Russell Knox was the big winner in last week's fantasy golf, winning 405 points with his Travelers Championship victory

Fantasy Golf Round Up: Russell Knox Moves into World Top 20

Russell Knox was the big winner in fantasy golf this week.

The Scot won his second PGA Tour event at the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Connecticut to earn 405 points.

He beat home favourite Jerry Kelly by a stroke after a nerveless up-and-down from the greenside bunker to save par on the final hole to finish on 14-under-par.

Russell Knox wins Travelers Championship

Russell Knox wins Travelers Championship

Knox is now up to a career-high 18th in the world and is edging closer to Darren Clarke’s Ryder Cup team.

Kelly, at 13-under, picked up 345 points as he finished second alone.

Jim Furyk shot a 12-under-par 58 for the PGA Tour’s lowest round in history. He went out in 27 (8-under-par) and came home in 31.

Top Englishman was Tyrrell Hatton in tied 17th place. After two excellent finishes at the Open and USPGA, hee is now up to a career-high 51st in the Official World Golf Rankings.

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The highest points scorers per category this week:

Russell Knox

Jerry Kelly acknowledges the crowd as he approaches the 18th green. (Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images)

USA 1: Jerry Kelly – 345 points

USA 2: Justin Thomas, Patrick Rodgers – 315 points

GB: Russell Knox – 405 points

Ireland: Padraig Harrington – 5 points

Rest of Europe: Alex Cejka – 155 points

Asia: Siwoo Kim – 15 points

Australasia: Mark Leishman – 195 points

Africa: Tyrone van Aswegen – 275 points

South America: Carlos Ortiz – 65 points