Check the yardage book: TPC River Highlands for the Travelers Championship

TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Connecticut, site of this week’s Travelers Championship on the PGA Tour, has seen plenty of changes over the years.

The private club was born in 1928 as Middletown Golf Club, and it was renamed Edgewood Country Club in 1934. The PGA Tour took over the property in the 1980s, and Pete Dye redesigned a layout that reopened in 1984 renamed TPC of Connecticut.

Bobby Weed then took over, redesigning the course again for a 1989 reopening with another new name, TPC River Highlands. Weed again went to work in 2016, this time remodeling all the bunkers to update the strategic demands.

The site first hosted a PGA Tour event in 1952, a tournament won by Ted Kroll. Dustin Johnson won the 2020 event, holding off Kevin Streelman.

Thanks to yardage books provided by Puttview – the maker of detailed yardage books for more than 30,000 courses around the world – we can see exactly the challenges that players will face this week. Check out each hole below.

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