In 2001, won the Shopko Great Lakes Classic in August, an event on the Women's Senior Golf Tour.
In 2000, best finish was a tie for 13th at the Electrolux USA Championship Hosted by Vince Gill and Amy Grant.
In 1999, best finish was a tie for fourth at three tournaments: the Naples LPGA Memorial; Welch's/Circle K Championship; and Firstar LPGA Classic.
In 1998, best finish was third place at the Wegmans Rochester International.
In 1997, posted four top-20 finishes, including a season-best tie for ninth at the Star Bank LPGA Classic.
In 1996, best finish was eighth at the Nabisco Dinah Shore.
In 1995, best finish was a tie for ninth at the du Maurier Ltd. Classic.
In 1994, tied for ninth on two occasions the Nabisco Dinah Shore and the Rochester International; crossed the $2 million mark in career earnings with a tie for 21st at the PING-Cellular One LPGA Golf Championship.
In 1993, best finish was second place at the Jamie Farr Toledo Classic.
In 1992, best finish was fourth place at the Rochester International; recorded a career-low score of 62 during the second round of the SAFECO Classic.
In 1991, won the Crestar-Farm Fresh Classic to break a six-and-a-half-year winless streak.
In 1990, best finish was third place at the Planters Pat Bradley Invitational.
In 1989, best finish was a tie for second at both the Ai Star/Centinela Hospital Classic and Jamie Farr Toledo Classic.
In 1988, best finish was a tie for 10th at the Ai Star/Centinela Hospital Classic.
In 1987, best finish was a tie for third at the MasterCard International Pro-Am.
In 1986, top finish was a second place at the SAFECO Classic, where she recorded her fourth LPGA career hole-in-one.
In 1985, won the Mazda Classic of Deer Creek; became the 10th player to cross the $1 million mark in career earnings with a tie for 13th at the Nabisco Dinah Shore; carded the third hole-in-one of her LPGA career.
In 1984, won her third U.S. Women's Open title, making her one of only four women to have claimed the title three or more times.
In 1983, won the S&H Golf Classic for the second year in a row, as well as won the CPC International and the Peter Jackson Classic, one of the LPGA Tour’s four major championships at the time. ● In 1982, won three tournaments: defeated JoAnne Carner in a sudden-death playoff at the Whirlpool Championship of Deer Creek; defeated Kathy Postlewait in a sudden-death playoff at the West Virginia LPGA Classic (to successfully defend her title); and won the S&H Golf Classic.
In 1981, captured the West Virginia LPGA Classic title in a sudden-death playoff against Alice Ritzman, Penny Pulz, Kathy Postlewait and Susie McAllister and the Inamori Classic title in a sudden-death playoff against Amy Alcott.
In 1980, defeated Amy Alcott in a sudden-death playoff at the CPC International.
In 1979, defeated Laura Baugh in a sudden-death playoff at the Mayflower Classic.
In 1978, successfully defended her U.S. Women's Open title and won the Birmingham Classic; lost the American Defender Classic to Amy Alcott in Stacy's first sudden-death playoff.
In 1977, claimed three titles; the Rail Charity Golf Classic, Lady Tara Classic and her first of three U.S. Women's Open titles; recorded the second hole-in-one of her LPGA career at The Sarah Coventry.
In 1976, best finish was second place at the Sarasota Classic; tied for second on two other occasions.
In 1975, best finish was a tie for fourth at the Wheeling Ladies Classic.
In July 1974, qualified for the Tour by finishing fifth at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament; as a rookie, best finish was a tie for second at the Bill Branch LPGA Classic.
Stacy is one of only two players to have won the U.S. Girls Junior Championship three consecutive times (1969-71). She won the 1970 North and South Women's Amateur Championship and was on the 1972 U.S. Curtis Cup Team.
5'5"...Designed Blackhawk Golf Course in Austin, Texas...Works with the Scleraderma Research Foundation...Recognized during the LPGA's50th Anniversary in 2000 as one of the LPGA's top-50 players and teachers...The Stacy family was honored as the Family of the Year by the Metropolitan Golf Writers Association of America in 1985.