ASU alum Chez Reavie forces sudden death, falls in playoff
Ice was in the veins of PGA pro Chez Reavie as he forced a playoff in the final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Sunday.
After bogeying the infamous 16th hole, Reavie responded with not one, but two birdies, on his final two holes, highlighted by a 21-foot putt on hole No. 18, to head to a playoff with Gary Woodland.
After shooting an opening round 68, Reavie fired off a 65, a 67 and a final round 66.
He was paired with fellow alum John Rahm for the final round and was seen sporting a familiar sports team’s logo.
Reavie would go on to lose to Woodland, who shot a final round 64, on the first playoff hole.
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