Competed in the Sprint Titleholders Senior Challenge from 1993-97, finishing second in 1997.
In 1989, competed in her last full season on Tour, when she played in 23 events and earned $50,687 to rank 57th on the LPGA Official Money List; best finish was a tie for 12th at the Sara Lee Classic.
In 1988, returned to the Tour and played in 12 events; surpassed the $1 million mark in career earnings after placing 11th at the Cellular One-PING Championship.
In 1985, was able to play full-time until injuries again forced her out of competition; underwent electrode treatment to deaden the sensitivity in her lower back and also underwent knee surgery.
In 1982, carded a career-low 64 at the Henredon Classic; recorded her career-best financial season, when she won two events, including the Peter Jackson Classic, a major championship at the time.
In 1981, rejoined the LPGA Tour full-time and played in 25 events.
From 1977-80, played in a limited amount of events due to injuries and business interests.
Was ranked second on the LPGA Official Money List on five separate occasions, most recently in 1982.
In 1977, was inducted into the LPGA Tour Hall of Fame.
In 1976, recorded two holes-in-one, during the Colgate-Dinah Shore Winners Circle and Karsten-PING Open.
In 1974, joined Mickey Wright as only the second woman to win the LPGA Championship and the U.S. Women’s Open in the same season (that elite group now includes Juli Inkster, Meg Mallon, Se Ri Pak and Karrie Webb).
In 1970, won two events and earned Player of the Year honors.
In 1962, won her first LPGA title at the Austin Civitan Open at the age of 19 years, 6 days old.
Between 1961-76, won 39 tournaments.
In 1961, joined the LPGA Tour.
A native of Texas, Haynie achieved her amateur success in her home state. She won the 1957-58 Texas State Publinx and the 1958-59 Texas Amateur. She also captured the 1960 Trans-Mississippi title.