canada africa partner reservation World number 10 golfer Max Homa is committed to the Travelers Championship

World number 10 golfer Max Homa is committed to the Travelers Championship


The Travelers Championship received another major commitment for the 2024 tournament on Monday when it was announced that six-time PGA Tour winner Max Homa will join the field.

The 33-year-old Homa is the No. 10 player in the Official World Golf Rankings and No. 22 in the current FedEx Cup rankings.

Homa has made ten starts so far this season and made nine. He achieved his best result during The Masters, where he finished third.

The Burbank, California native hasn’t had much luck at TPC River Highlands, missing the cut in each of his five career starts there dating back to 2015.

“Max has demonstrated many times during his PGA TOUR career that he is focused, driven and tenacious,” Travelers Vice President Andy Bessette said in a news release. “These are all important qualities that have helped him become one of the best players in the world. We are very pleased to have Max in our field and appreciate his support of the Travelers Championship’s charitable efforts.”

This year, Homa will join a loaded Travelers field that already includes Scottie Scheffler, Rory McIlroy, Keegan Bradley, Collin Morikawa, Patrick Cantlay and others. The tournament is once again a PGA Tour ‘Signature Event’, meaning 70 of the 80 best golfers in the world will compete without discounts, with a cash prize of $20 million going to the winner, including $4 million.

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