In that month, she won the the Raiffeisenbank Prague Golf Masters and this week, she will compete on home soil in the ISPS Handa Ladies British Masters at the Buckinghamshire club in Denham.
"It's great playing in front of a home crowd," said the 24-year-old from Derby. "Hopefully plenty of fans will come out to watch and I will have quite a few family and friends around during the week also.
"I wasn't expecting to win in Prague, but it was obviously extremely special. I'm sure it helped that my expectations were not too high - and they are not this week either, so perhaps that will be a good thing again."
Reid is paired in the first two rounds of the 54-hole event with 20-year-old Scottish star Carly Booth, current leader of the Ladies European Tour Order of Merit, and 16-year-old Woburn amateur Charley Hull, a member of the victorious Curtis Cup side two months ago.
Among those also competing are Laura Davies, at 48 trying for her 45th victory on the circuit, and fellow Solheim Cup players Trish Johnson, Becky Brewerton and Carin Koch.
The £300,000 tournament carries a first prize of £45,000 and will finish on Saturday.