HARTFORD, Conn. – The Travelers Championship added more firepower Wednesday with a commitment from Bryson DeChambeau.

DeChambeau, ranked 14th in the Official World Golf Ranking, is a five-time winner and finished second in the World Golf Championships- Championship on Sunday. His results have improved in each of the four years that he has played at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, capped by a tie for eighth in 2019.

“Bryson plays well here and enjoys competing in Connecticut,” chairman Nathan Grube said. “Bryson is quite a player, taking an analytical approach to every facet of his game. He’s quickly become someone our fans really enjoy watching.”

DeChambeau’s most recent victory came in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in 2018, his fourth title that calendar year. He was also victorious in the Memorial and the first two FedExCup playoff events, at THE NORTHERN TRUST and the Dell Technologies Championship. DeChambeau’s first Tour win came in the 2017 John Deere Classic.

Earlier this season, DeChambeau tied for fourth at the Shriners and shared fifth at the Genesis Invitational on his way to 24th in the FedExCup points standings.

“Bryson’s commitment adds another highly ranked player to our field, which is what our fans want to come and see and that helps the achieve its primary goal of raising money for local charities,” said Andy Bessette, Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer at Travelers. “We appreciate Bryson’s support over the years and look forward to watching him compete this June.”

In 2015, before joining the Tour, DeChambeau became only the fifth player to win the individual championship and the U.S. Amateur in the same year. He also helped the United States win the Presidents Cup in December and competed in the 2018 Ryder Cup.

DeChambeau joins No. 1-ranked Rory McIlroy, No. 4 Justin Thomas, No. 7 Patrick Cantlay and three-time champion Bubba Watson in Connecticut’s biggest sporting event June 25–28 at TPC River Highlands. Chez Reavie is defending champion after ending an 11-year victory drought in 2019.