Stacy Prammanasudh concludes LPGA Tour career

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Stacy Prammanasudh wrapped up her LPGA career Sunday at the CME Group Titleholders at the Ritz Carlton Resort in Naples, Fla.

With her father Lou serving as caddie as he did throughout her junior career and early into her professional career, Prammanasudh shot rounds of 71-74-75-75 to finish tied for 53rd.

Prammanasudh, a native of Enid and former All-America and 10-time winner at the University of Tulsa, was on the LPGA Tour from 2003 to 2013, winning two events and more than $3.5 million, also playing on the U.S. Solheim Cup Team in 2007.

Stacy P, as she is affectionately known on Tour and in Oklahoma, has a young child and said when she announced her impending retirement that the international travel required by the LPGA Tour was too hard on mothers with young children and plans for more.

For more on Stacy and her decision to retire, please see the Oct.-Nov. issue of Golf Oklahoma.

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