Chez Reavie has made well into six figures playing at Silverado and he may not have made the broadcast once in his six starts here.
Reavie’s finished between T-13rd and T-53rd each of the last six years. He’s been a grinder all his career, and these results are a microcosm of most of his seasons.
Reavie can jump into contention from time to time, and be content to pile up top-30s in the meantime.
I think this is one of those weeks where he gets in the conversation. Reavie’s one of the shorter hitters on Tour, but this is a place he can still have some scoring clubs approaching greens.
The former Arizona State Sun Devil ranked 29th in strokes gained approach (.44 per round) and 35th SG around the green last season (.237). He’s also seventh in driving accuracy (69.73%).
A tough putting season outside the top 100 kept him out of the winner’s circle after winning in 2019 at the Travelers Championship. Over his career, he’s slightly above average on the greens. That could be all it takes to hunt down his third win
Reavie has made six of eight cuts since June. He’s got three top-25s in that span, including T-6th at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.
His last start was three weeks ago at The Northern Trust. That’s some much needed rest after taking just two weeks off total since the restart.
I like a rested Reavie to make some noise in Napa and lift the wine cask that must be half his size.