Back to win: Patrick Reed –

Reed surged up the leaderboard with a final round of 68 at last week’s US Open, finishing three shots behind eventual winner Brooks Koepka in fourth.

That was the Masters champion’s sixth top-10 finish in his last eight starts, so there’s no denying that he’s the most in-form player in the world at the moment.

Reed excels against strong fields, so should relish the challenge of taking on Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Koepka once again this week.

The 27-year-old also has a good record at TPC River Highlands, with a T5 at this event last year and a T11 in 2016.

Reed to win
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Each-way shout: Xander Schauffele –

Schauffele featured in last week’s each-way picks for the US Open, and delivered by finishing T6 to bring home a place at 80/1.

And we’re sticking with the 24-year-old at River Highlands, where he finished 14th on debut last year.

Schauffele is one of the brightest prospects on the PGA Tour, and has really kicked on in 2018 – tying for second at the Players Championship last month and missing just two cuts in his last 12 starts.

The world No. 24 already has two wins to his name, with his victory at last year’s Tour Championship – a FedEx Cup event – proving that he can triumph against even the best players in the world.

Schauffele to win (e/w)
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Outside shot: Brendan Steele –

Steele has got to be backed at the Travelers Championship, where he’s made the cut in six of seven starts, finishing inside the top 25 on every occasion.

The 35-year-old isn’t in great form, but that’s never stopped him performing well at this event in the past, with a T5 in 2014 coming after consecutive missed cuts.

Steele won the Safeway Open last year after a T44 at the BMW Championship in the previous week, and won the same event in 2016 on the back of a T64, so there’s precedent for him shrugging off poor form to win at a course that really suits his game.

The American ranks eighth in shots gained off the tee this season and 32nd in approach play, and should be in contention if he finds his putting stroke.

Steele to win (e/w)
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