Barracuda Championship R4

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Chez Reavie wins by one point
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July 18, 2022
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Barracuda Championship 2022 R4

July 14-17
Tahoe Mt. Club (Old Greenwood), Truckee, California
Round 1, Round 2, Round 3

Estimated reading time: 7 minutes

Chez Reavie fired four birdies and two bogeys in the final round of the Barracuda Championship to win the event by one point with 43.

Barracuda Championship 2022 R4

"It's amazing. It was stressful out there today with the wind and missing some putts early, and was fortunate to make some good putts coming in and pull it off.

"I've been playing well the last couple of months. I just hadn't quite put it all together, but I started putting better and then I started hitting good golf shots and then I started missing putts. When I showed up at the Travelers in Hartford, I had a good week, a really solid week, finished eighth, I believe, and just wanted to carry that momentum."

Barracuda Championship 2022 R4

The Barracuda Championship was played using a modified Stableford scoring system. Players received eight points for albatross, five for eagle and two for birdie. A point was deducted for bogey and three taken away for double bogey or worse.

At 40 years old, the American is the first PGA Tour winner aged 40 or over since Lucas Glover at last year's John Deere Classic.

Barracuda Championship 2022 R4

The tournament being part of the DP World Tour and the PGA Tour earned Reavie a spot on both through the 2024 seasons.

“I’ll get over there,” said Reavie. “I had no idea that that was on the table until I finished. I’m excited. I would love to go to Europe and play and maybe go play in the BMW or something. I’d enjoy that a lot.

Swden's Alex Noren came second with 42 points followed by Scotlan's Martin Laird with 38.

This was Laird's best finish on Tour this season and secured his spot in next month's FedEx Cup playoffs.

Mark Hubbard came fourth with 37 points followed by fellow American Scott Gutschewski with 35.

Barracuda Championship 2022 R4

1Chez Reavie91996+43
2Alex Noren4121214+42
3Martin Laird108137+38
4Mark Hubbard1312E12+37
5Scott Gutschewski681110+35
6Cam Davis88126+34
7Hurly Long651012+33
8Austin Smotherman7969+31
T9Maverick McNealy11874+30
T9Michael Thompson10-2184+30
T11Taylor Pendrith5698+28
T11Harry Higgs411112+28
T13Sean Crocker12528+27
T13Nick Hardy58104+27
T13Marcus Helligkilde8793+27
T16Espen Kofstad5768+26
T16Justin Lower6965+26
T16Joshua Creel10511E+26
T16Brice Garnett12510-1+26
T20Nino Bertasio71035+25
T20Yannik Paul8845+25
T22Stephan Jaeger35412+24
T22Scott Jamieson8736+24
T22Kevin Tway615-25+24
T22Callum Tarren11-4125+24
T26Julian Suri34313+23
T26Bill Haas8627+23
T26James Morrison9635+23
T26James Hahn-110104+23
T26Greyson Sigg41243+23
T31Chesson Hadley5458+22
T31Michael Gligic115-17+22
T31Vince Whaley6934+22
T31Matthieu Pavon7564+22
T31Kelly Kraft8833+22
T31Charley Hoffman1329-2+22
T31Henrik Norlander11142-5+22
38Matti Schmid41016+21
T39Francesco Laporta6374+20
T39Joseph Bramlett7463+20
T39Aaron Cockerill12E62+20
T39David Hearn16121+20
T39Martin Trainer8115-4+20
T44Richy Werenski6337+19
T44Ashun Wu4357+19
T44Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez-2993+19
T44Rafa Cabrera Bello4582+19
T48Rasmus Hojgaard62E10+18
T48Pep Angles3753+18
T50Mark BaldwinE845+17
T50Cameron Percy8324+17
T50Ben Kohles4544+17
T50Michael Lorenzo-Vera9152+17
T50Fabián Gómez9242+17
T55Kevin Chappell6217+16
T55Seung-Yul Noh5434+16
T55John Huh213-23+16
T55Jim Knous11-210-3+16
59Lucas Bjerregaard3552+15
T60Chad Ramey53E6+14
T60Ricky Barnes2642+14
T60Bo Hoag734E+14
T60Austin Cook-1118-4+14
64David Lingmerth2614+13
T65Taylor Moore1911+12
T65Scott Piercy8E5-1+12
T65Chase Seiffert763-4+12
68Bo Van Pelt25E3+10
69Jason Dufner527-6+8
70Sung Kang37-3E+7
71Preston Stanley611-3+5
CUTGreg Chalmers51+6
CUTDaniel Gavins15+6
CUTCamilo Villegas51+6
CUTJulien Brun24+6
CUTJ.J. Henry42+6
CUTChase Hanna8-2+6
CUTSebastian Soderberg7-1+6
CUTNiklas Norgaard Moller33+6
CUTJoe Highsmith7-1+6
CUTNick Watney32+5
CUTJustin WaltersE5+5
CUTRicardo Gouveia23+5
CUTBenjamin Hebert6-1+5
CUTJustin Warren-38+5
CUTDavid Longmire14+5
CUTMatthias Schwab7-2+5
CUTAlfredo Garcia-Heredia14+5
CUTDoug Ghim13+4
CUTRobert Garrigus31+4
CUTScott Hend-26+4
CUTK.J. ChoiE4+4
CUTBrett Drewitt5-1+4
CUTTom Lewis31+4
CUTRoger Sloan13+4
CUTBrandon Hagy31+4
CUTSean O'HairE4+4
CUTPaul Barjon22+4
CUTJohannes Veerman-710+3
CUTBen Martin12+3
CUTJoakim Lagergren-47+3
CUTScott Brown12+3
CUTDale Whitnell-47+3
CUTJoel Stalter12+3
CUTMax McGreevy-24+2
CUTGavin Kyle GreenE2+2
CUTJoel Sjöholm-24+2
CUTVaughn Taylor4-3+1
CUTNicolai Von Dellingshausen-12+1
CUTMatt Every-23+1
CUTSeth Reeves1E+1
CUTHaydn Porteous1E+1
CUTChris NaegelE1+1
CUTRobert Streb-67+1
CUTChris Stroud5-4+1
CUTOmar Uresti2-2E
CUTJonathan Byrd2-2E
CUTJonas Blixt-11E
CUTGrayson Murray-11E
CUTKiradech Aphibarnrat-11E
CUTWesley Bryan4-4E
CUTDoc Redman-54-1
CUTJosh McCarthy4-5-1
CUTRyan ArmourE-1-1
CUTAndrew Putnam-21-1
CUTBrian Stuard-54-1
CUTHugo León-42-2
CUTDawie van der Walt2-4-2
CUTCurtis ThompsonE-3-3
CUTRobin Roussel-63-3
CUTSantiago Tarrio2-5-3
CUTAndrea Pavan3-6-3
CUTHank Lebioda-41-3
CUTTom Johnson-1-2-3
CUTMatt Ryan9-12-3
CUTOllie Osborne2-5-3
CUTD.J. Trahan-1-3-4
CUTBrian Davis-4-1-5
CUTBen Crane4-9-5
CUTTed Potter, Jr.-5-1-6
CUTRyan Moore-2-4-6
CUTD.A. Points-3-3-6
CUTArjun Atwal-6-1-7
CUTDerek Ernst-3-4-7
CUTJohn Merrick-1-6-7
CUTAaron Baddeley-1-7-8
CUTTommy Gainey-6-2-8
CUTAlbert Boneta (a)-3-5-8
CUTGeoff Ogilvy-4-5-9
CUTParker McLachlin-12E-12
CUTKevin Stadler-10-9-19
WDMarcel Siem-5E
WDGeorge Coetzee-6E
WDAlejandro Cañizares-10E
WDRenato Paratore-7E
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