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Sandra Post Personal information Full name Sandra Post Born June 4, 1948 (1948-06-04) (age 62) Oakville, Ontario Height 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m) Nationality  Canada Residence Toronto, Canada Career Turned professional 1968 Former tour(s) LPGA Tour (joined 1968) Professional wins 9 Number of wins by tour LPGA Tour 8 Other 1 Best results in LPGA Major Championships (Wins: 1) Titleholders C'ship DNP Kraft Nabisco C'ship T62: 1983 LPGA Championship Won: 1968 U.S. Women's Open T2: 1975 du Maurier Classic T7: 1979 Achievements and awards LPGA Tour Rookie of the Year 1968 Sandra Post, CM (born June 4, 1948) is a Canadian professional golfer. She was the first Canadian to play on the LPGA Tour. Born in Oakville, Ontario, Post was a youthful prodigy who learned her golf at the nearby Trafalgar Golf Club. She was competing in Ontario provincial events by age 13. She turned professional in 1968 after a very successful amateur career that included winning the Ontario and Canadian Junior Girls Championships three times each.[1] Bypassing college, Post turned professional in the spring of 1968. In her debut season on the LPGA Tour, Post became the youngest to win an LPGA major tournament by capturing the LPGA Championship. Her playoff victory over defending champion Kathy Whitworth also marked the first victory in the Championship by a non-U.S. player. For her performance on the professional circuit, Post was voted the Tour's Rookie of the Year award. Over her career, Post won eight LPGA events, including back-to-back titles at the 1978 and 1979 Dinah Shore Open. For the 1979 season, she finished second on the LPGA money list and won the Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada's "Athlete of the Year." During her 16 years on the pro tour, Post also had 20 second-place tournament finishes including at the U.S. Women's Open. In 1988, she was elected to the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame and the Royal Canadian Golf Association Hall of Fame, and in 2003 she was honored by her country with membership in the Order of Canada. She was voted No. 8 of the females chosen as Canada's Athletes of the 20th Century. Post has captained Canada's Nations Cup[disambiguation needed] team and serves as a commentator on televised golf events. She is involved in a number of charitable causes and runs the Sandra Post School of Golf near Toronto, Ontario. Post has her own golf apparel firm, and designed a set of women's golf clubs for the Jazz Golf company. Contents 1 Professional wins 1.1 LPGA Tour wins (8) 1.2 Other wins 2 Major championships 2.1 Wins (1) 3 References 4 External links // Professional wins LPGA Tour wins (8) 1968 (1) LPGA Championship 1978 (2) Colgate-Dinah Shore Winner's Circle, Lady Stroh's Open 1979 (3) Colgate-Dinah Shore Winner's Circle, Lady Michelob, ERA Real Estate Classic 1980 (1) West Virginia LPGA Classic 1981 (1) McDonald's Kids Classic LPGA majors are shown in bold. Note: Post won the Colgate Dinah Shore Winner's Circle (now known as the Kraft Nabisco Championship) before it became a major championship. Other wins 1974 Colgate Far East Open Major championships Wins (1) Year Championship Winning Score Margin Runner-up 1968 LPGA Championship +2 (72-75-74-73=294) Playoff1 Kathy Whitworth 1Won in a playoff (68 Post to 75 Whitworth). References ^ Golf in Canada: A History, by James A. Barclay, 1992, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto. External links Profile on the LPGA's official site Awards Preceded by Graham Smith & Ken Read Lou Marsh Trophy winner 1979 Succeeded by Terry Fox v • d • e LPGA Championship champions 1955 Beverly Hanson · 1956 Marlene Hagge† · 1957 Louise Suggs 1958 Mickey Wright · 1959 Betsy Rawls · 1960 Mickey Wright · 1961 Mickey Wright · 1962 Judy Kimball · 1963 Mickey Wright · 1964 Mary Mills · 1965 Sandra Haynie · 1966 Gloria Ehret · 1967 Kathy Whitworth · 1968 Sandra Post† · 1969 Betsy Rawls · 1970 Shirley Englehorn† · 1971 Kathy Whitworth · 1972 Kathy Ahern · 1973 Mary Mills · 1974 Sandra Haynie · 1975 Kathy Whitworth · 1976 Betty Burfeindt · 1977 Hisako Higuchi · 1978 Nancy Lopez · 1979 Donna Caponi · 1980 Sally Little · 1981 Donna Caponi · 1982 Jan Stephenson · 1983 Patty Sheehan · 1984 Patty Sheehan · 1985 Nancy Lopez · 1986 Pat Bradley · 1987 Jane Geddes · 1988 Sherri Turner · 1989 Nancy Lopez · 1990 Beth Daniel · 1991 Meg Mallon · 1992 Betsy King · 1993 Patty Sheehan · 1994 Laura Davies · 1995 Kelly Robbins · 1996 Laura Davies · 1997 Christa Johnson† · 1998 Se Ri Pak · 1999 Juli Inkster · 2000 Juli Inkster† · 2001 Karrie Webb · 2002 Se Ri Pak · 2003 Annika Sörenstam† · 2004 Annika Sörenstam · 2005 Annika Sörenstam · 2006 Se Ri Pak† · 2007 Suzann Pettersen · 2008 Yani Tseng† · 2009 Anna Nordqvist · 2010 Cristie Kerr · † indicates the event was won in a playoff Persondata Name Post, Sandra Alternative names Short description Date of birth June 4, 1948 Place of birth Oakville, Ontario Date of death Place of death