Bridged an 11-year gap between PGA Tour victories by winning the 2019 Travelers Championship. A week after his joint third place at the U.S. Open - easily his best performance in the majors - he was six clear with a round to go and ended up beating Keegan Bradley by four.
It came less than a month before the start of The Open and gave Reavie a place at Royal Portrush off the season’s FedEx Cup points standings. It also took him to a career-high 26th on the world rankings. In 2018 he played his first Open since 2012 thanks to moving into the game’s top 50 for the first time following back-to-back runner-up finishes. He lost a play-off to Gary Woodland in the Waste Management Phoenix Open and in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-am finished three behind Ted Potter.
His only previous success was the 2008 RBC Canadian Open, where he beat Billy Mayfair by three. He was involved in another play-off at the 2011 Deutsche Bank Championship, only to lose to Webb Simpson.
At 19 Reavie became US Public Links champion, which brought an invitation to The Masters, and while still an amateur he also qualified for the 2003 U.S. Open.