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|Birth||June 4, 1943 Fort Worth, Texas, USA|
|Height||5 ft 6 in|
|Best Results in Major Championships|
|Kraft Nabisco Championship||T2: 1974, 1982|
|LPGA Championship||Won 1965, 1974|
|U.S. Women's Open||Won 1974|
|du Maurier Classic||Won 1982|
|LPGA Player of the Year||1970|
|Inducted to World Golf Hall of Fame||1977|
Sandra Jane Haynie (born June 4, 1943) is an American professional golfer.
Haynie was born in Fort Worth, Texas. She won 42 events on the LPGA Tour, including four major championships. She finished in the top ten on the money list every year from 1963 and 1975 and a fourteenth and final time in 1982, her best placing being second which she achieved five times. Her last full season on the tour was 1989. Haynie is openly lesbian.
LPGA Tour wins (42)Edit
- 1962 (2) Austin Civitan Open, Cosmopolitan Open
- 1963 (1) Phoenix Thunderbird Ladies Open
- 1964 (2) Baton Rouge Ladies' Open Invitational, Las Cruces Ladies’ Open
- 1965 (2) Cosmopolitan Open, LPGA Championship
- 1966 (4) Buckeye Savings Invitational, Glass City Classic, Alamo Ladies' Open, Pensacola Ladies Invitational
- 1967 (2) Amarillo Ladies' Open, Mickey Wright Invitational
- 1968 (1) Pacific Ladies Classic
- 1969 (3) Shreveport Kiwanis Club Invitational, St. Louis Women's Invitational, Ladies' Supertest Open
- 1970 (2) Raleigh Ladies Invitational, Shreveport Kiwanis Invitational
- 1971 (4) Burdines Invitational, Dallas Civitan Open, San Antonio Alamo Open, Len Immke Buick Open
- 1972 (3) National Jewish Hospital Open, Quality First Classic, Lincoln-Mercury Open
- 1973 (3) Orange Blossom Classic, Charity Golf Classic, Lincoln-Mercury Open
- 1974 (6) Lawson's LPGA Open, LPGA Championship, U.S. Women's Open, George Washington Classic, National Jewish Hospital Open, Charity Golf Classic
- 1975 (4) Naples Lely Classic, Charity Golf Classic, Jacksonville Ladies Open, Greater Ft. Myers Classic
- 1981 (1) Henredon Classic
- 1982 (2) Rochester International, Peter Jackson Classic
LPGA Majors are shown in bold.
Other wins Edit
- ↑ Flynn, Kaki (April 9, 2007), “Interview with Rosie Jones”, AfterEllen.com, <http://www.afterellen.com/people/2007/4/rosiejones>. Retrieved on 8 January 2008
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