In winning his first PGA Tour event, Chez Reavie was the model of consistency and excellence. For the week he ranked fourth in driving accuracy (78.4%), tied for fifth in greens in regulation (75%) and eighth in putting average (1.63).
"I've been struggling with my putting all year," Reavie said Sunday in his post-round press conference. "I've been striking the ball well, but I haven't made the momentum putts. Whereas this week, I putted great."
Reavie went on the explain that he made a minor adjustment to his putting this week that seemed to help. He moved the ball forward in his stance and straightened his left arm to get both his arms in alignment with the putter shaft. "I felt like I rocked the shoulders and kept my head down all week. That was my only thought."
Reavie also mentioned that while paired with Kenny Perry last week in Milwaukee, he noticed Perry was working on the same thing. "I watched the way he was putting and the way he set up to it. He was doing the exact thing that Peter Kostis and I were working on."
Reavie also recently switched drivers, from Titleist's 907D2 to the 909D2 that will be available in October. According to Titleist, 17 players in the field at the Canadian Open used 909 drivers.
Here is a complete list of the clubs in Reavie's bag.
Driver: Titleist 909D2 (8.5°)Fairway wood: Titleist 906F2 (15°), Adams Idea Pro (18°)Irons: Titleist Z Muscle Forged (3-PW)Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled (54°), Vokey Special Grind 60M (58°)Putter: Titleist by Scott Cameron 303 GSS Ball: Titliest Pro V1x (Photo by Robert Laberge/Getty Images)