Dale Reid has died on the age of 64; she was a life member of the tour, gained 21 LET titles, the Order of Benefit twice and loved a profitable Solheim Cup profession
Final Up to date: 08/11/23 5:35pm
Former Solheim Cup captain Dale Reid has died on the age of 64, the Women European Tour has introduced.
Reid, who had been affected by most cancers, died on Wednesday morning in Townsville, Australia, the LET mentioned.
A life member of the LET, Reid turned skilled in 1979 and gained 21 occasions on the circuit in her profession, the final two of which got here in 1991.
She gained the Order of Benefit in each 1984 and 1987 and holds the document for essentially the most top-10 finishes with 135, recorded between 1979-2005.
After representing Europe 4 occasions as a participant within the Solheim Cup, Reid captained the aspect to victory over america at Loch Lomond in 2000.
It was solely Europe’s second victory within the biennial contest and Reid was awarded an OBE within the Queen’s New Yr’s Honours Checklist.
Reid additionally led the aspect at Interlachen in 2002, however Europe misplaced by three factors after a build-up dominated by a variety row revolving round Catriona Matthew, who went on to captain Europe to victories in 2019 and 2021.
Reid was described by the LET as a “larger-than-life character who was held in nice affection by her fellow Tour gamers, caddies and workers. (She) will probably be missed dearly by all who knew her.”