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ASU in the Pros Series: PGA Golfer Chez Reavie

A recent Sun Devil Hall of Fame inductee has struggled during his professional career

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Although he has struggled to become a star on the professional stage, former ASU athlete Chez Reavie is one of the most celebrated golfers in Sun Devil history.

Time at ASU

Reavie impressed early on during his freshman year at Arizona State in 2001, managing two top-10 finishes and a tie for fourth at the NCAA National Championships. He continued to improve over his time in Tempe, managing three top-10 finishes in 2002, nine in 2003 and eight in 2004. In addition to these accomplishments, he was named to the Honorable Mention All-American team in 2001 and 2003 as well as the Second Team All-American team in 2004.

In February 2016, Reavie was inducted into the Sun Devil Hall of Fame alongside all-time greats Agnes Kovacs, Joona Puhakka and Derek Hogan.

Time in the Pros

Reavie won his first tournament as a rookie in 2008 in the RBC Canadian Open, but was hindered by knee injuries for the following five years.

It wasn’t until August 2015 that Reavie won another tournament, coming in first in the Small Business Connection Championship on the Tour Finals event.