- Amateur Player of the Year: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010
- Amateur Champion: 2012, 2010
- Mid-Amateur Champion: 2019, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2013
- Women's International Four-Ball Champion: 2014, 2013, 2010
- Summer Mixed Champion: 2017
- Mixed Shoot-Out Champion: 2019, 2018, 2014, 2009
- U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Champion: 2012, 2010, 2007, 2006
- U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball: 2016 (Round of 16), 2015 (Quarterfinals)
2018 Amateur Player of the Year
For the third-straight year, Stasi was crowned the Women’s Amateur Player of the Year. She continued her great amateur success this year with three USGA Championship appearances and seven top-10 finishes. The Oakland Park native began her season with a tied for eighth finish at the Harder Hall Invitational before winning the Ione Jones/Doherty Championship. She took fourth place at the Women’s International Four-Ball at The Wanderers Club, with her partner Catalina Lara. Shortly after Stasi partnered with Tama Caldabaugh to finish tied for fifth at the Women’s Four-Ball Championship at LPGA International. Stasi made three USGA Championship appearances and seven top-10 finishes. The Oakland Park native began her season with a tied for eighth finish at the Harder Hall Invitational before winning the Ione Jones/Doherty Championship. Stasi entered the 2018 Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship at Sugar Mill Country Club as the back-to-back defending champion. Despite a first round eight-over 80, she rallied to shoot a one-over 73 to secure a fourth-place finish. She and her partner Dawn Woodard advanced to the Round of 16 at this year’s U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball, falling to Katherine Gravel-Coursol and Paige Nelson, in 21 holes, at El Caballero Country Club. The eight-time FSGA Player of the Year secured her fifth top-10 finish of the season at the Women’s Amateur Stroke Play Championship at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, where she finished ninth. After qualifying for the event at Hobe Sound Golf Club, Stasi was one of just seven mid-amateurs in the field at the U.S. Women’s Amateur. She found success again at the 2018 U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship in St. Louis, Missouri. Stasi advanced to match play for the 13th straight year and was a quarterfinalist. She lost to Defending Champion, Kelsey Chugg, 3 and 2. Stasi closed out the season with a victory at the Mixed Shoot-Out with partner Kevin Hammer at World Golf Village in October.
2017 Amateur Player of the YearA familiar face on the Player of the Year front, Meghan Stasi captures her seventh title, setting a new record for most awards won by a female. This past Tuesday marks the end of a successful year for Stasi, as she fought her way to the Round of 16 at the US Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship, ultimately being defeated by none other than our Senior Player of the Year, Mary Jane Hiestand. Earlier this year, Meghan finished tied for second with her sister in the Four-Ball Championship and later qualified and made it to the Round of 32 in the US Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship. Her steady play continued as she captured yet another state Mid-Amateur title, continuing her streak of being crowned Champion every year that she has competed in it, 2013, 2014, 2016 and now 2017. Rounding out her summer, Stasi made it to the Round of 16 in the state Women’s Amateur, teed it up at the US Women’s Amateur and took home the title of Summer Mixed Champion with her good friend Kevin Hammer.
2016 Amateur Player of the Year
Meghan Stasi, of Oakland Park, captures her sixth Player of the Year title by a landslide, tying the record for most awards won by a female. The winter was a busy season for Meghan, competing in all four Orange Blossom Tour events, finishing tied for 10th in the Harder Hall, tied for 22nd in the South Atlantic Amateur, and making it to the Round of 16 in the Jones/Doherty. In the final Blossom Tour event, the prestigious International Four-Ball Championship, the team of Stasi and 2015 Player of the Year, Tara Joy-Connelly, battled for the crown in an exciting two hole play-off, eventually finishing second to the defending Champions. As spring began, Stasi found herself and partner Isabelle Lendel finishing solo third at the Women's Four-Ball Championship with consistent rounds of 73-72. April was the month that Meghan began to make big strides, capturing the title of Women's Mid-Amateur Champion. No stranger to this new Championship, heading into it's fifth year on the schedule, Meghan has been crowned Champion every year that she competed in it, 2013, 2014 and now 2016. Not only did Meghan post the only under-par rounds in the field, she finished with an impressive tournament total of four-under par, capturing the title by seven strokes. On the USGA front, Stasi competed in three national Championships, including the USGA's Mid-Amateur, Amateur and Four-Ball Championship. Meghan went on to make it to the Round of 16 in the Four-Ball and was a Quarter-finalist in the Mid-Amateur.
2014 Amateur Player of the Year
Meghan Stasi captured the 2014 Women’s Player of the Year with 21,980 points. Stasi has captured Player of the Year honors now for a fifth consecutive year. To start the season, Stasi claimed top honors at both the Women’s International Four-Ball and Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship. Stasi next advanced to the Round of 32 matches at the Women’s Amateur Championship. In the familiar territory of the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship, she advanced to the Semifinals before falling to the eventual champion. In her last tournament of the season, Stasi finished first at the Mixed Shoot-Out with partner Kevin Hammer.
2013 Amateur Player of the Year
Meghan Stasi, is no stranger to the Women’s Player of the Year honors, earning it for the fourth year in a row. Stasi clinched an impressive 20,333 points for the year. Starting the year off on fire, she captured the Women’s International Four-Ball title with partner Tara Connelly. In July, Stasi finished third at the Florida Women’s Amateur Stroke Play Championship at The Forest Country Club. Stasi continued her success at the USGA level, making it to the round of 32 at the United States Women’s Amateur and finishing as a semifinalist at the United States Women’s Mid-Amateur. Stasi also represented team Florida at The USGA State Team Championship where the team finished second behind New Jersey. This past month she also helped the South team claim the cup at the Inaugural Women’s Florida Cup. However, the highlight of Stasi’s season came in September when she captured the Inaugural Florida Women’s.
2012 Amateur Player of the Year
Meghan Stasi has earned the 2012 Women’s Player-of-the-Year honors after a historical season and earning 28,300 overall points. Stasi started the year off with a win at the Ione Jones/Doherty Championship by defeating Jaye Marie Green, of Boca Raton, 2 up. In May, Stasi captured the Women’s Amateur Championship with a 3 & 2 victory over Miami Beaches’ Marie Arnoux. Stasi was on Team Florida for both the Women’s Southeastern Challenge Matches and SWATCA, and helped guide both teams to victory. Meghan’s biggest victory of the year came in October at the US Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship. With a championship record comeback in her Round of 16 matches, Stasi came back from being five down with six holes left to play. Her fourth, and record-tying, victory put Meghan in the history books with only sixteen other individuals that have won the same USGA championship four times.