Mike Reid
Mike Reid
Title: Assistant Coach

Reid joins the Green Terror staff as an assistant coach, beginning in 2013, while continuing to play on the Champions Tour.

Born in Bambridge, Md., Reid was a four-time All-American at Brigham Young University, where he graduated from in 1976.

He has won mutiple PGA and Champions tour events, including a pair of majors – the Senior PGA Championship and the JELD-WEN Tradition. He also won the Caslo World Open in Japan and the NEC World Series of Golf, defeating Tom Watson in a playoff.

Reid was the first player in PGA history to earn $1,000,000 prior to winning his first tournament on tour.

In 1976, he led the US Open as an amateur and joins a prestigious small group of players, inclduing Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer, whose first two victories on the Champions Tour came in major championships.

In 1988, Reid finished second at The Players Championship. His brother Bill was the general manager of the TPC at Sawgrass tournament venue at one time. Later in 1988, Reid won his second PGA Tour title by defeating Tom Watson in a playoff at the NEC World Series of Golf.

Reid held the final-round lead in both the 1989 Masters and the PGA Championship.

Reid lives with his family in Westminster. He has six children.

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