LeeAnn Hammack Fairlie
LeeAnn Hammack Fairlie has put together one of the most incredible golf resumes you will ever see. She has played golf all over the world and been successful at it. Yet, her success on the golf course is not her greatest accomplishment.
LeeAnn played on the women’s golf team at the University of Oklahoma in the mid 1980’s. She won three tournaments during her college career. LeeAnn finished second at the Big 8 Championship in 1986 and finished 7th at the NCAA Championship the same year.
LeeAnn has won the Women’s State Amateur 3 times; she has been the tournament’s medalist 4 times; she has won the Women’s State Amateur Stroke Play Championship twice, and the Women’s State Mid-Amateur Championship 4 years in a row beginning in 2003.
LeeAnn’s record in national events is equally as impressive. In 1985, LeeAnn won the North-South Women’s Amateur Championship in Pinehurst, North Carolina, and was the 8th ranked amateur player in the country as named by Golf Digest magazine.
In 1986, LeeAnn was runner-up and medalist at the Trans National Championship in Modesto, California, and finished second at the Women’s Southern Amateur Championship in Jackson, Mississippi.
In 1988, LeeAnn was medalist at the USGA Public Links Championship in Tulsa. She has played in the USGA Women’s Amateur Championship eight times.
Internationally, LeeAnn has represented the United States in the World University Game in Italy and in the World Team Championship in Columbia. She has made two golf goodwill trips to China.
Along the way, LeeAnn married Dr. Greg Fairlie. They have two children, Will and Grace. With all LeeAnn has been able to do in golf, she says her greatest highlight is marrying Greg and having two wonderful children. She is a mother before she is a golfer.