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Chez Reavie is the new champion of Travelers Championship 2019

Chez Reavie is the new champion of Travelers Championship 2019

37-year-old golfer Chez Reavie scored a total of -17 and won the first PGA Tour title in 11 years.

One week after ranking No. 3 at the US Open, Chez Reavie continued to perform well on the PGA Tour with -17 points on the Travelers Championship. That achievement helped him crowned the Travelers Championship with four sticks away from the runner-ups - Keegan Bradley and Zack Sucher.

Lead six strokes when entering the final round, but victory was only firmly in Chez Reavie's hands after hole 17. Keegan Bradley, from a five-goal gap after nine holes in the first round, birdie four times in six holes from hole 10 to hole 15. Chez Reavie points a stick to Keegan Bradley in front of hole 17.

But it was also a turning point for both. Keegan Bradley put the ball in the sand trap and then stuck a double bogey, while Chez Reavie birdie. The gap is widened to four - the distance that Keegan Bradley cannot fill when Chez Reavie reaches par in the final hole.

The Travelers Championship was Chez Reavie's second title in his career, and was the first championship after his 250 PGA Tour events. Reavie shared: "This victory has great significance. I have had many injuries, many years of blurring on the PGA Tour. My perseverance finally paid off".

Chez Reavie has entered the top 20 in five of the last six awards. He won nearly $ 1.3 million in prize money for victory at Cromwell, Connecticut, USA.

Brooks Koepka is the biggest name in the Travelers Championship. The world's number one golfer only achieved a standard par score (even par) in four rounds, in the tournament he did not practice. Brooks Koepka told AP that he needed more rest time after stretching at the two major nearby. The 29-year-old Golfer won the PGA Championship in May, then finished second at the US Open last week.