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A well-known American professional golfer Chez Reavie plays on the PGA Tour. His real name is William Chesney “Chez” Reavie. In 2008, his rookie season in the PGA Tour got commenced. He also participated in the RBC Canadian Open 2008 but for two years he stopped playing due to a knee injury.
Height / Weight / Age
The weight of Chez Reavie is 75 kg and 165 lbs in pounds. He is a charming player with a towering height of 175 cm or in feet inches 5’9” tall. He has a cool hairstyle with black color hair and has sharp wide black color eyes.
He has a healthy body with figure measurement is 41 inches chest, 32 inches waist, and 35 inches hips approximately. He will turn 39 years old in November 2020. His biceps size is 12.5 inches and his shoe size is 10 (US).
According to the sources, the estimated net worth of Chez Reavie is $13 million USD approximately.
Education / Family
Chez Reavie was born on November 12, 1981, to Dawn Reavie and Van Reavie. Though he was born in Wichita, Kansas but raised in Mesa, Arizona with his sister Linsey Reavie. He attended Dobson High School in Mesa, Arizona for elementary education.
He was enrolled at Arizona State University where he played golf. In 2010, he received a B.I.S degree with concentrations in political science and sociology from the university. From 2005 to 2007, he played on the Nationwide Tour and won once at the 2007 Knoxville Open.
|Real name||William Chesney “Chez” Reavie|
|Birth Place||Wichita, Kansas, USA|
|Date Of Birth||November 12, 1981|
|Age||39 years (as in 2020)|
|Height||In centimeters – 175 cm
In feet inches – 5’9”
|Weight||In kilograms – 75 kg
In pounds – 165 lbs
|School||Dobson High School, Arizona|
|College||Arizona State University|
|Home Town||Arizona, USA|
|Fathers Name||Dawn Reavie|
|Mothers Name||Van Reavie|
|Brothers||Name not found|
Career / Fashion And Style
In 2008, Chez Reavie started playing in the rookie season on the PGA Tour. During this season, he won his maiden PGA Tour title, at the 2008 RBC Canadian Open. He won a lump-sum amount and got a two-year exemption to remain on the PGA Tour.
In 2011, he began playing the season on a major medical extension, where he had thirteen events to keep his Tour Card. In the 2011 season, he managed to play in 22 events, making 15 cuts, and placing high enough to earn a spot in the FedEx Cup playoffs.
He nearly won for the first at the 2011 Deutsche Bank Championship but had encountered many obstacles on the 18th hole, before losing to Webb Simpson on the second extra hole of a playoff. He finished the championship at 10th position in the 2011 FedEx Cup standings, 34th on the money list with $2,285,067, and an OWGR rank of 67th after ending 2010 762nd in the world.
During the 2013-14 season, he had left wrist surgery hence he could not play the 2013-14 season. For the 2014-15 season, he was given 24 starts to satisfying a medical extension. By following a strong finish by Woodland, he had to birdie the 17th and 18th holes to force a playoff.
At the first extra hole, both players missed the green but Reavie played a poor chip shot and missed the par putt, allowing Woodland to win with a par. In 2019, he finished tied for 3rd at the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California which was marked not only Reavie’s best performance in a major championship but was also the first time he had placed in the top 10. This victory moved him to the top 50.
Girlfriends, Affairs, Wife, and More
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|Favorite Actors||Hugh Jackman|
|Favorite Actress||Megan Fox|
|Favorite Food||Mexican dish|
Some Interesting Facts About Chez Reavie
- Chez Reavie won the RBC Canadian Open and received $900,000.
- In 2019, he was ranked 26th in the Official World Golf Ranking, the highest-ranking of his career.
- In the 2019 U.S. open, he was enlisted in the top 10 golfers list.
- Chip shots are his major weakness in the matches.
- Since 2004, he had secured 4 victories in his professional career.
- In the Waste Management Phoenix, he lost the play-off against Gary Woodland.