Sandra Post, C.M.

Category: Player – Professional

Sandra Post

Year Inducted: 1988

Born: June 4, 1948

Canada’s first player on the LPGA Tour, Sandra Post left a fine amateur career for the professional ranks and never missed a beat.

Following victories in three successive Canadian Junior Girl’s Championship, Post focused on turning professional for the 1968 season. Her victory in the LPGA Championship and a fifth place finish in the World Series of Golf garnered her rookie of the year honors and started a glorious career that included back to back wins at the 1978 & 1979 Dinah Shore and another six victories.

Until 2007, when Morgan Pressel won her first LPGA event and major title at the age of 18 years, 10 months and 9 days old, Sandra was the youngest winner of a modern major, winning the LPGA at the age of 20 years and 20 days old.


  • 1967 Women’s South Atlantic Women’s Amateur Champion
  • 1968 LPGA Championship (LPGA)
  • 1976 Pioneer Cup, medalist (Unofficial LPGA)
  • 1976 Colgate Far East (Australian) (Unofficial LPGA)
  • 1978 Colgate Dinah Shore (LPGA)
  • 1979 Colgate Dinah Shore (LPGA)
  • 1978 Lady Stroh’s Open (LPGA)
  • 1979 Lady Michelob (LPGA)
  • 1979 ERA Real Estate Classic (LPGA)
  • 1980 West Virginia Classic (LPGA)
  • 1981 McDonald’s Kids Classic (LPGA)
  • 1999 – 2001 Captain of the Nation’s Cup between Canada and the United States


  • 1964 – 1966 Canadian Junior Girls Champion


  • 1963, 1965, 1966 Ontario Junior Girls Champion
  • 1963-1966 Ontario Junior Team member
  • 1964 Ontario Ladies Champion

Other items of note:

  • Sandra Post was the first Canadian woman to play on the LPGA tour in the United States
  • Received the Order of Canada, C.M. in February 2004


1979 Lou Marsh Memorial Award – Canada’s Top Athlete

Inducted to Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame in 1988

Inducted to Oakville Sports Hall of Fame in 1999

Inducted to Ontario Golf Hall of Fame in 2000



Lou March Award interview from Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame

Photos of Sandra Post from our collection.