Meet Patrick Reed’s Wife, Justine Reed

Patrick Reed was greeted on the 18th green after he sank the putt to win the Masters on Sunday by his wife of five years, Justine Karain. 

Justine and Patrick met while Patrick was attending Augusta State and married shortly after Reed turned pro. Four years older than Patrick, Justine has two undergraduate degrees and worked as a registered nurse before opting to travel the Tour with her husband.

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During the early part of Patrick’s career, Justine did the heavy lifting, literally, working as his caddie for the first two years of his PGA Tour career, only giving up the post because she became pregnant with the couple’s first child. 

Here are some photos of Justine and Patrick through the years. 


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