Chez Reavie ended a decade-long wait for a win with a with a four-shot victory at the Travelers Championship

Travelers Championship report: What happened at TPC River Highlands?

Chez Reavie held off the challenge of Keegan Bradley to convert his 54-hole lead and collect his first PGA title since 2008.

The American found himself in a matchplay-style duel with Bradley coming down the stretch after beginning the final round with a huge six-shot lead.

Final Leaderboard

While Reavie plodded his way round, the majority of his card reading as pars, Bradley gained confidence and had a stretch of four birdies in six holes on the back nine to put the pressure on.

It was at the 17th where the title was decided, as the chasing Bradley struggled to a double-bogey before the leader rolled in a lovely putt for birdie. A par at the last closed out a 69 and a four-shot win.

Zack Suchar, who featured at the top of the leaderboard throughout the weekend, grabbed a share of second place and recorded his highest ever finish in a PGA Tour event.

Travelers Championship report: Talking point

Last week’s low amateur at the US Open, Viktor Hovland, made his professional debut at this week’s event, as did rising star Matt Wolff.

Both of these players lit up the amateur scene and appear to have bright futures in the professional ranks.

Hovland finished at 1-under, which saw him tied for 54th, while Wolff wasn’t around on Sunday after missing the supplementary 54-hole cut on 2-over-par.