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GARY VAN SICKLE
June 06, 2005
Sixteen years after the meltdown that came to define his career, Mike Reid made amends by finishing like a champion and finally laying claim to a PGA
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June 06, 2005

Senior Moment

Sixteen years after the meltdown that came to define his career, Mike Reid made amends by finishing like a champion and finally laying claim to a PGA

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Reid and his wife, Randolyn, have six children ranging in age from eight to 24. Four of them still live at home in Orem, Utah. Yes, Reid now has his first Champions win and his first major. He also has his priorities. "I can live without winning golf championships," he says, "but it would be hard to look in the mirror if I was a crummy dad. I'm not going to let golf own me again."

His voice was choked with emotion. It was a memorable day for Reid, a memorable week. In fact, you'd have to say ... it's a wonderful life.

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