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A native of Oakville, Ontario, Sandra Post began playing golf at Trafalgar Golf Club. A true natural, Post was competing in Ontario Provincial events by the age of 13. Her junior and amateur golf career is remarkable, as she won both the Ontario and Canadian Junior Girls Championships 3 times each. Post decided to bypass college and turn professional at 19 years of age in 1968. In her first year on the LPGA, Post became the youngest player at the time to win on the LPGA, when she won the 1968 LPGA Championship. This also marked the first time a non-U.S. born player won on the LPGA. For her strong first season as a professional, Post won the 1968 LPGA Rookie of The Year Award. Post was at her best between 1978 and 1981. During this time, she won 7 of her 8 career titles. In 1979, Post finished 2nd on the LPGA Money List and won the prestigious Lou Marsh Award as Canada’s Athlete of the Year. Post has received several honors. These include being inducted into both the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame and the Royal Canadian Golf Association Hall of Fame in 1988. Post was also inducted into the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame in 1999 and named to the Order of Canada in 2003. Post currently resides in Toronto where she runs the Sandra Post School of Golf and she has been a TV commentator for several golf events aired in Canada.