Cindy Figg-Currier

Born and raised in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, Figg-Currier started playing at age seven and quickly became a prodigy.

At 16, she was the Toledo, Ohio, junior champion and later became a two-time Michigan High School Girls individual champion representing Mount Pleasant High School.

She played collegiately on a full scholarship at the University of Texas where she helped lead the team to three top-10 national team tournament finishes and was named Most Valuable Player as a senior.

Individually, she won the 1982 Women’s Trans-National title. Her teachers were the legendary Harvey Penick and Paul Marchand, Jr.

On the LPGA circuit, she earned over $2 million dollars and won the State Farm Rail Classic in 1997.

On the Legends (senior) Tour, she has won three times and played in the Legends Tour Handa Cup in 2008.

Figg-Currier is currently a board member for The First Tee of Greater Austin.

Year inducted: 2003


Last Name Figg-Currier