Chez Reavie’s Wife Amanda Henrichs Wiki, Bio, Age, Husband (Chez Reavie), Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

Amanda Henrichs Wiki

Amanda Henrichs Wiki

Amanda Henrichs family name Amanda Reavie is the wife of American professional golfer Chez Reavie. The couple married in 2009 at the Royal Palms in Scottsdale. Chez and Amanda were high school sweethearts before he played varsity golf at Arizona State until 2004.

Amanda Henrichs First Meat Chez, Dating

The couple is high school lovers and after that they dating each other. Amanda Henrichs and Chez Reavie were only 17 when they started dating. It was back at Dobson High School in Mesa, Arizona.

Chez Reavie’s Wife

Chez Reavie’s wife is Amanda Henrichs. They have made appearances at Sun Devils events together, including a 2011 football game between ASU and Illinois. They showed up with Phil and Tim Mickelson, as well as Paul Casey.

Chez told in Feb 2018, that she is his biggest supporter, especially emotionally. “To create that good mojo whenever and wherever he goes, Reavie employs a team. There’s his swing coach, two trainers (one where he lives in Arizona and one on the road) and a sports psychologist. Reavie receives motivational texts from his squad, he has vision boards and a surplus of ears for venting sessions. His wife Amanda is his biggest supporter. They’ll get in a car together after one round and he’ll spill his emotions for 30 minutes. “Thirty minutes to kind of be pissed off about this, and after that, I’m not allowed to be pissed anymore,” he says.”

Amanda Henrichs Married

The two got Married in 2009 at the Royal Palms in Scottsdale (Ariz.). Becker Photography posted pictures from the wedding, which included the beautiful Camelback Mountain out of sight.

Amanda was pronounced not long after his success as one of the greater benenficiaries of Chez’s success in Canada. “I’m speculating the special night plans have just been redesigned,” composed Alan Shipnuck of

“I’m not going there,” he said about the size of the wedding in the post-competition presser. “No, I don’t have the foggiest idea. It can’t be any greater. I picked a decent spot where we couldn’t fit such a large number of individuals. I’m certain she’ll discover something different she needs, however.”