first_imgBradley carded six birdies, four of which came on the back nine. At one point he pulled within one stroke of Reavie but a double bogey on the par-4 17th hole dropped Bradley back down the leaderboard.Reavie responded with his lone birdie on the back nine a hole later.First birdie on the back nine for Chez Reavie, and he heads to his final hole with a four-shot lead @TravelersChamp. pic.twitter.com/MR5eNw4pdO— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 23, 2019Bradley finished in a tie for second place (13 under) with Zack Sucher. Vaughn Taylor climbed into a top-five after he carded six birdies on the back nine alone to make up for an up-and-down start. Taylor finished in fourth place (12 under) for his best results of the year. Lee Westwood responds to spectator’s ringing phone with simple tutorial Travelers Championship: Zack Sucher has 2-stroke lead over field after Round 2 Travelers Championship: Chez Reavie in control after Moving Day He finished the day at 1-under 69 and 17 under for the tournament.A victory 11 years in the making.Chez Reavie is back in the winner’s circle with a 4-shot victory @TravelersChamp. It’s his first win since 2008. pic.twitter.com/VPntuuxoBO— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 23, 2019Reavie seemingly had a comfortable lead entering the final round and was sitting six-strokes in front of the rest of the field. But, Keegan Bradley managed to put the pressure on the Kansas native.  Related News Chez Reavie didn’t have his best round of the week Sunday, but he was able to get the job done.Reavie, who had not won on the PGA Tour since July 2008 prior to his start at the Travelers Championship, held on to his 54-hole lead and hoisted a trophy for the first time in over a decade. Paul Casey, Joaquin Niemann and Kevin Tway rounded out the top five. The trio finished 11 under for the week.There was a sizable tie for eighth place (10 under) that included Bryson DeChambeau, Jason Day and Abraham Ancer.last_img