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Legends of the LPGA

Hollis Stacy

Holmes Beach, FL
  • World Golf Hall of Fame member

  • Legends Hall of Fame member

  • 18 Wins on the LPGA Tour

  • 3 Major Championship Titles

  • 1 Win on The Legends Tour

  • Legends Wins: 2001 Copp's Great Lakes Classic

Stacy burst onto the scene as an amateur in 1969 when she won her first USGA title, the U.S. Junior Girls Championship. She did it again in 1970. In 1971, she faced a budding star from Los Angeles named Amy Alcott. The two future World Golf Hall of Fame members played brilliantly, and Alcott made birdie on No. 18 to push it to a playoff. But Stacy again rose to the challenge, holing a 15-foot birdie putt to become the only player to win three consecutive U.S. Junior Girls titles. It’s a record that still stands. By 1983, Stacy had established herself as one of the top players on the LPGA. And she burnished her reputation for coming up big in the big moments when she won her third career major title at the Peter Jackson Classic (later named the du Maurier Classic).At the 1984 U.S. Women’s Open, Stacy provided the exclamation point on her fabulous career, winning her 3rd U.S. Open and 6th USGA title.

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