A note from tracy

Golf has been a part of my life for more than three decades, and I had the privilege of competing professionally for sixteen years. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to play with and against the best women golfers in the world. Golf is a wonderful game that has impacted my life in significant ways, and I will always cherish the memories, experiences, and people I have met.

Golfing professionally was an amazing season of my life, but every season must eventually come to a close. At the end of 2009, I decided it was time for a new beginning. Now that I’ve officially retired, I have found a new freedom and peace as the Lord leads me into new adventures. But golf is still an important part of my life. Here are a few ways I’m using golf to give back:

Pro-Am Charity Events

Tracy plays in several Pro-Am charity events throughout the year, and she enjoys the opportunities to give back to the golf community. Feel free to contact Tracy for more information.

Golf Clinics and Corporate Outings

Tracy also uses her expertise and speaking skills to teach others about the game of golf. This includes corporate outings and events. Contact Tracy to learn more.

Coaching and Mentoring

Tracy desires to use her experience and hard-earned wisdom to help young women deal with the emotional demands and spiritual challenges of playing golf professionally. As a result, she is open to coaching and mentoring relationships with young players. Contact Tracy if you’d like more information.

Tracy endorses Henry Griffits and Charley Vandenberg Golf Academy

Career highlights

    • In 2008, Tracy’s best finish was a tie for 38th at the Sybase Match Play Presented by Shoprite
    • In 2007, Tracy’s best finish was a tie for 22nd at the Navistar LPGA Classic.
    • In 2006, Tracy’s best finish was a tie for 17th at the Honda LPGA Thailand 2006.
    • In 2005, Tracy’s best finish was a tie for 19th at the SBS Open at Turtle Bay.
    • In 2004, Tracy’s best finish was a tie for 29th at the Franklin American Mortgage Championship benefiting Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. She recorded the third ace of her LPGA career during the first round of the ShopRite LPGA Classic.
    • In 2003, Tracy’s best finish was 15th at the BMO Financial Group Canadian Women’s Open. She recorded her second LPGA career hole-in-one during the first round of the U.S. Women’s Open.
    • In 2002, Tracy’s best finish was a tie for 12th at the Jamie Farr Kroger Classic Presented by ALLTEL, where she tied her career-low 63 in the final round. She crossed the $1 million mark in career earnings after tying for 19th at the Longs Drugs Challenge.
    • In 2001, Tracy ended the year with a season-best tie for second at the Asahi Ryokuken International Championship at Mount Vintage.
    • In 2000, Tracy’s best finish was a tie for 11th at the Jamie Farr Kroger Classic.
    • In 1999, Tracy’s best finish was a tie for 14th at the Welch’s/Circle K Championship.
    • In 1998, Tracy recorded three top-ten finishes, including a career-best second place at the Rainbow Foods LPGA Classic, where she lost to Hiromi Kobayashi on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff.
    • In 1997, Tracy recorded her first LPGA career hole-in-one during the second round of the Nabisco Dinah Shore. She tied for seventh at the Welch’s/Circle K Championship.
    • In 1996, Tracy recorded her career-low 63 during the third round of the Oldsmobile Classic, where she finished fourth.
    • In 1995, Tracy joined the LPGA Tour. She finished second in the Rolex Rookie of the Year race, just five points behind winner Pat Hurst. Her best finish was a tie for fourth at the GHP Heartland Classic.
    • In 1994, Tracy played on the Women Professional Golfers’ European Tour (WPGET), Futures Tour, Players West mini-tour (where she won two events), and the Asian Tour (where she won the Indonesian Open). She was named the WPGET Rookie of the Year. Tracy also tied for 12th at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to earn exempt status for the 1995 LPGA season.
    • In 1994, Tracy was the winner of the Indonesian Open and two Pacific Northwest Golf Tour titles.
    • In 1993, Tracy turned professional.
    • In 1992, Tracy was a NCAA Women’s Championship Team member.
    • In 1992, Tracy was a Curtis Cup Team member.
    • In 1991, Tracy was the Women’s U.S. Open low amateur and the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links champion.
    • In 1989, Tracy won the Women’s Western Junior Championship title.
    • Tracy is a member of the SJSU Hall of Fame, the National Golf Coach’s Association Hall of Fame, the Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame, and a Charter Member of the Lakeland High School Hall of Fame.
    • Tracy played college golf at San Jose State University, earning eleven individual titles. She was a four-time All-American and a three-time Academic All-American at SJSU.

Find Tracy’s tour results, stats, and bio information at LPGA.com