Travelers Championship Tee Times: Round Two

Tom Kim leads after round one in the PGA Tour's final signature event of the season at TPC River Highlands

Tom Kim hits driver at the 2024 Travelers Championship
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Tom Kim leads the final Signature Event of the PGA Tour season by two strokes after round one, which is taking place days after a sensational US Open - won by Bryson DeChambeau.

A star-studded field is teeing it up at TPC River Highlands, but without Rory McIlroy, who suffered heartbreak as he missed out on a fifth Major title by one shot. The Northern Irishman announced ahead of the Travelers that he wouldn't be taking part this week, instead opting for a few weeks away from the game before starts at the Genesis Scottish Open and The Open in July.

Despite his absence, there are still plenty of other huge names in the field, including World No.1 Scottie Scheffler, who is looking to bounce back from an uncharacteristically disappointing performance at Pinehurst No.2, where he finished T41. Scheffler - who opened up with a round of 65 (-5) - been paired with Max Homa (E), and they go off at 12:40pm ET (5:40pm BST) in the second round.

The defending champion is Keegan Bradley (-1), who survived a late wobble to win by three in 2023, and he'll play alongside Hideki Matsuyama (-4) again in round two, with the pair going out at 12:30pm ET (5:30pm BST) on Friday.

Keegan Bradley with the Travelers Championship trophy

Keegan Bradley won by three shots a year ago

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Another notable pairing sees Wyndham Clark (-4) and Jordan Spieth (E) get underway at 12:50pm ET (5:50pm BST) in the second round.

Elsewhere, two-time Major winner Collin Morikawa (-4) plays alongside Viktor Hovland (-2), with the pair beginning at 9:20am ET (2:20pm BST) on Friday.

World No.3 Xander Schauffele is also in action. He's paired with Matthieu Pavon, who won admirers in finishing fifth at the US Open. They begin at 9:40am ET (2:40pm BST) in the second round after first-round scores of five-under (Schauffele) and one-over (Pavon).

Below are the full second-round tee times for the Travelers Championship.

Travelers Championship - Notable Groups

Round Two (ET/BST)

  • 9:20am (2:20pm): Collin Morikawa, Viktor Hovland
  • 9:40am (2:40pm): Xander Schauffele, Matthieu Pavon
  • 12:30pm (5:30pm): Hideki Matsuyama, Keegan Bradley
  • 12:40pm (5:40pm): Scottie Scheffler, Max Homa
  • 12:50pm (5:50pm): Wyndham Clark, Jordan Spieth

Xander Schauffele during the US Open

Xander Schauffele will play alongside Matthieu Pavon

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Travelers Championship Tee Times - Round Two


  • 7:05am (12:05pm): Will Zalatoris, Ben Griffin
  • 7:15am (12:15pm): Austin Eckroat, Webb Simpson
  • 7:25am (12:25pm): Peter Malnati, Christiaan Bezuidenhout
  • 7:35am (12:35pm): Emiliano Grillo, Andrew Putnam
  • 7:45am (12:45pm): Sam Burns, Chris Gotterup
  • 7:55am (12:55pm): Si Woo Kim, Adam Svensson
  • 8:05am (1:05pm): Matt Fitzpatrick, Adam Hadwin
  • 8:15am (1:15pm): Tom Kim, Corey Conners
  • 8:25am (1:25pm): Justin Rose, Adam Schenk
  • 8:40pm (1:40pm): Chris Kirk, Sungjae Im
  • 8:50am (1:50pm): Russell Henley, Denny McCarthy
  • 9:00am (2:00pm): Cam Davis, Brendon Todd
  • 9:10am (2:10pm): Lucas Glover, Tommy Fleetwood
  • 9:20am (2:20pm): Collin Morikawa, Viktor Hovland
  • 9:30am (2:30pm): Tony Finau, Patrick Cantlay
  • 9:40am (2:40pm): Xander Schauffele, Matthieu Pavon
  • 9:50am (2:50pm): Ludvig Åberg, Michael Thorbjornsen
  • 10:00am (3:00pm): Billy Horschel, Stephan Jaeger
  • 10:25am (3:25pm): Robert MacIntyre, Jake Knapp
  • 10:35am (3:35pm): Akshay Bhatia, Thomas Detry
  • 10:45am (3:45pm): Taylor Pendrith, Victor Perez
  • 10:55am (3:55pm): Davis Riley, Rickie Fowler
  • 11:05am (4:05pm): Lee Hodges, Eric Cole
  • 11:15am (4:15pm): Brian Harman, Tom Hoge
  • 11:25am (4:25pm): Nick Taylor, Harris English
  • 11:35am (4:35pm): Taylor Moore, Seamus Power
  • 11:50am (4:50pm): Kurt Kitayama, Mackenzie Hughes
  • 12:00pm (5:00pm): Sahith Theegala, Sepp Straka
  • 12:10pm (5:10pm): Jason Day, J.T. Poston
  • 12:20pm (5:20pm): Cameron Young, Patrick Rodgers
  • 12:30pm (5:30pm): Hideki Matsuyama, Keegan Bradley
  • 12:40pm (5:40pm): Scottie Scheffler, Max Homa
  • 12:50pm (5:50pm): Wyndham Clark, Jordan Spieth
  • 1:00pm (6:00pm): Shane Lowry, Justin Thomas
  • 1:10pm (6:10pm): Nick Dunlap, Adam Scott

How To Watch The Travelers Championship In The US

All times ET

Friday 21 June: 3.00pm-6.00pm (Golf Channel/Peacock)

Saturday 22 June: 1.00pm-3.00pm (Golf Channel/Peacock), 3.00pm-6.00pm (CBS)

Sunday 23 June: 1.00pm-3.00pm (Golf Channel/Peacock), 3.00pm-6.00pm (CBS)

How To Watch The Travelers Championship In The UK

All times BST

Friday 21 June: 5.00pm-11.00pm (Sky Sports Golf), 10.15pm-11.00pm (Sky Sports Main Event)

Saturday 22 June: 4.30pm-11.00pm (Sky Sports Golf)

Sunday 23 June: 4.30pm-11.00pm (Sky Sports Golf)

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