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Mike Reid birdies first playoff hole to defeat Jerry Pate and Dana Quigley at the 66th Senior PGA Championship.
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Radar Love: Reid Wins Senior PGA in Playoff

The man affectionately known as "Radar" was on target Sunday at Laurel Valley Golf Club. Mike Reid, who joined the Champions Tour last fall, birdied the first playoff hole, the par-5 18th, to defeat Jerry Pate and Dana Quigley and win the 66th Senior PGA Championship.
Radar Love: Reid Wins Senior PGA in Playoff
Mike Reid won his first professional tournament since 1990. (Photo: Getty Images)

N.Y.'s Kestner Claims Low Club Professional Honors


Darrell Kestner, the PGA head professional at Deepdale Golf Club in Manhasset, N.Y., closed with a 2-over-par 74 Sunday to finish at 6-over, lowest among the eight PGA Professionals who made the cut at the 66th Senior PGA Championship.

Inman Drowns Five Balls in Water at Par-5 18th

Inman drowns

A relatively easy sand wedge approach to the 18th green at Laurel Valley turned into a shocking score of 10-over 15 for Champions Tour veteran Joe Inman, who deposited five balls into the pond that fronts the green.

Pate comes back to field; Saturday play suspended

Pate comes back

After a hot start Saturday, Jerry Pate soon cooled off in the third round of the Senior PGA Championship. After birdieing his first hole, Pate fell to 5-under and into a tie for the lead with Mike Reid and Dana Quigley before play was suspended.

PGA Professional Kestner survives 'endurance test'


Darrell Kestner, the PGA head professional at Deepdale Golf Club in Manhasset, N.Y., improved his score for the third straight day at Laurel Valley, carding an impressive 1-under-par 71 Saturday in very difficult conditions.

Pate Leads Dandy Dozen into Weekend at Senior PGA


With Laurel Valley bearing its teeth Friday, only 12 players headed into the weekend at the 66th Senior PGA Championship under par, led by former U.S. Open champion Jerry Pate, who rallied for a 68 to grab the lead at 6-under par.

San Filippo Leads 9 PGA Club Professionals into Weekend


Mike San Filippo, of Hobe Sound, Fla., shot 1-under 71 Friday to easily make the cut, which fell at 6-over 150, at the 66th Senior PGA Championship. In all, nine PGA Club Professionals earned the right to play on the weekend at Laurel Valley.

Notebook: Sigel Stricken with Sudden Case of Vertigo


Champions Tour veteran Jay Sigel awoke from a nap Monday afternoon and immediately knew something was seriously wrong. "The room was spinning and the walls were coming in," said Sigel, who was diagnosed with benign positional vertigo.

Golf Channel's Marr Makes Emotional Trip To Laurel Valley


In 1965, the late Dave Marr outlasted Jack Nicklaus and Billy Casper to win the PGA Championship at Laurel Valley. On Wednesday, a son honored his father's memory by sprinkling his remaining ashes over the course that changed his life.

Marsh grabs lead with 68; Irwin lurks one back


The Senior PGA Championship continues to bring out the best in Hale Irwin. The four-time and defending champion birdied three of his final four holes for a 3-under 69 Thursday at Laurel Valley Golf Club to trail leader Graham Marsh by one shot.

Saturday, May 28th, 2005
Dana Quigley | Jerry Pate | Mike Reid
Thursday, May 26th, 2005
R.W. Eaks | Tom McKnight | Graham Marsh
Wednesday, May 25th, 2005
D.A. Weibring | Jay Haas | Curtis Strange
Tuesday, May 24th, 2005
Jack Fleck | Jim Thorpe | Isao Aoki | Arnold Palmer
badgeThe 66th Senior PGA Championship
*1Mike Reid -8F-2
T2Jerry Pate -8F-2
T2Dana Quigley -8FE
4Morris Hatalsky -4F-2
5Tom Jenkins -1F-1
*Winner in Sudden Death Playoff
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Arnold Palmer

Jan. 19-22, 1984
Under ideal conditions at PGA National Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., Arnold Palmer fires a course- and tournament-record 9-under 63 in the second round to claim his second Senior PGA Championship in four years.

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