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Close calls have Reavie on Ryder Cup bubble

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Chez Reavie hasn't been able to land his first PGA Tour win in nearly a decade, but a pair of close calls have him inching closer to a Ryder Cup berth.

Reavie tied for second at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, one week after losing in a playoff at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The pair of finishes have the veteran all the way up to ninth in the latest U.S. Ryder Cup standings, with the top eight after the PGA Championship qualifying automatically for Paris.

Players will receive one point per dollar earned in regular events this year, with 1.5 points per dollar in majors and two points per dollar for winning a major. Here's a look at the current U.S. standings:

1. Dustin Johnson

2. Brooks Koepka

3. Justin Thomas

4. Jordan Spieth

5. Matt Kuchar

6. Brian Harman

7. Gary Woodland

8. Rickie Fowler

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9. Chez Reavie

10. Patrick Reed

11. Patton Kizzire

12. Phil Mickelson

On the European side, the top four players from the Ryder Cup points list will be joined by the top four qualifiers from the world points list, with captain Thomas Bjorn making four additional selections. Here's a look at the current top names:

Ryder Cup Points

1. Justin Rose

2. Tyrrell Hatton

3. Jon Rahm

4. Matthew Fitzpatrick

World Points

1. Tommy Fleetwood

2. Sergio Garcia

3. Ross Fisher

4. Rory McIlroy