|Location||Cromwell, Connecticut, U.S.|
|Elevation||150 feet (45 m)|
|Operated by||PGA Tour TPC Network|
|Tournaments hosted||Travelers Championship|
|Greens||Bentgrass / Poa annua|
|Fairways||Bentgrass / Poa annua |
|Designed by||Robert J. Ross and|
Maurice Kearney (1928),
Pete Dye (1982),
Bobby Weed (1989)
|Length||6,841 yards (6,255 m)|
|Slope rating||131 |
|Course record||58 – Jim Furyk (2016)|
TPC River Highlands is a private golf club located in Cromwell, Connecticut, a suburb south of Hartford. It is part of the Tournament Players Club network operated by the PGA Tour. Since 1984, it has been the venue for the tour's annual Travelers Championship, previously known as the Buick Championship and Greater Hartford Open.
TPC River Highlands was named by Golf Digest as "One of the Top 10 Golf Courses in the State" and the "Best Private Course in the State" by Connecticut Golfer Online for six consecutive years. More recently in 2012, TPC River Highlands was ranked No. 25 by PGA Tour pros in Golf World's PGA Tour Course Rankings.[ citation needed]
- Middletown Golf Club (1928–34)
- Edgewood Country Club (1934–84)
- TPC of Connecticut (1984–89)
The club was founded in 1928 as Middletown Golf Club and became Edgewood Country Club in 1934. In the early 1980s it was bought by the PGA Tour. The golf course was redesigned to TPC standards by golf course architect Pete Dye, and reopened as the "TPC of Connecticut" in 1984. The course underwent further remodelling in 1989, this time by Bobby Weed in consultation with tour pros Howard Twitty and Roger Maltbie, and renamed the TPC at River Highlands. 
The course record is 58 by PGA Tour pro Jim Furyk, which he shot he final round of the 2016 Travelers Championship. A plaque, on the path beside the 18th green, commemorates his achievement, which is also the lowest 18-hole score in PGA Tour history.  Previously, the record was held by amateur Patrick Cantlay, a 19-year-old collegian from UCLA, who set the course record of 60 at the Travelers Championship on June 24, 2011. 
|Tournament||73.0 / 131||434||341||431||481||223||574||443||202||406||3535||462||158||411||523||421||296||171||420||444||3306||6841|
|Championship||71.5 / 127||418||311||421||444||212||549||424||194||393||3366||435||149||398||503||413||278||164||407||405||3152||6518|
|Club||69.6 / 126||418||311||380||398||179||549||385||167||393||3180||383||149||398||503||384||278||164||334||373||2966||6146|
|TPC||M: 68.7 / 124
L: 74.7 / 137
|Players||69.6 / 122||280||213||284||344||123||482||322||116||329||2493||338||103||319||431||305||226||86||249||321||2378||4871|
|Forward||M: 56.2 / 94
L: 59.2 / 102
- "Travelers Championship" (PDF). GCSAA. Tournament fact sheets. June 2017. Retrieved April 23, 2018.
- "Course Rating and Slope Database™: TPC River Highlands". USGA. Retrieved June 2, 2012.
- "Inside the course: TPC River Highlands". PGA Tour. June 20, 2011. Archived from the original on May 8, 2012. Retrieved June 7, 2012.
- Schwartz, Nick (August 7, 2016). "Jim Furyk shoots lowest score in PGA Tour history". Fox Sports.
- "Patrick Cantlay's 60 is amateur record on PGA Tour". San Francisco Chronicle. Associated Press. June 25, 2011.
- "Interactive Course Tour". TPC River Highlands. Retrieved June 7, 2012.
- "TPC River Highlands scorecard". TPC.com. Retrieved 25 June 2017.