Sandra Post C.M. (LPGA Lifetime Member)
Sandra started playing golf at the age of 5. After a successful amateur career she joined the LPGA tour in 1968, the first Canadian to do so. Through her 16 years on the tour she won 8 times including a Major, the LPGA Championship, 2 unofficial events, and was consistently in the top 10 players on the money list throughout her career. In 1984 she retired from the tour and returned home to Oakville, Ontario and started the Sandra Post Golf School. She makes lessons enjoyable and her love of the game is infectious. She has been a broadcaster for CTV, ABC, SPORTSNET AND TSN. She co-authored a book, “Sandra Post and Me” and developed two instructional videos, “Getting Started” and “Around the Green.”
Sandra is a member of:
- Canada Sports Hall of Fame
- Canada Golf Hall of Fame
- Ontario Golf Hall of Fame
- Ontario Legends Hall of Fame
- Oakville Sports Hall of Fame
- Winner of the Bobbie Rosenfeld Award 1978-1979
(Canada’s Female Athlete of the Year)
- Winner of the Lou Marsh 1978 (Canada’s Athlete of the Year)
- 2005 Received the Order of Canada
Leslie Price (Class A, C.P.G.A. Professional)
Leslie Price comes with a wealth of experience and passion for instructing. She started playing golf at age 9 and played in tournaments at 13. At age 16, Leslie won the Junior World Golf Tournament-Foreign Division for her age category in San Diego, California with a tie for 2nd overall.
She earned a 4-year golf and academic scholarship at Lamar University, Texas where she was a teammate of LPGA tour stars Dawn Coe Jones, Gail Graham and Jenn Wyatt. Leslie won a Division 1 tournament while attending Lamar with several top 10 finishes. She was the recipient of a prestigious “Outstanding Senior Scholar/Athlete Award” and graduated Magna Cum Laude. She was also a member of the Dean’s List, Who’s Who in America and the Academic All-American Golf Team. After Lamar University she played on tours both in the USA and Europe.
Leslie has been a Class A Professional for 13 years which includes Teaching Professional at Hunter’s Glen, Bolton, Ontario and Weston G & CC, Toronto. Her career low round is 66 and she has had 4 holes-in-one in her 35 years of playing. Leslie will be teaching private and semi-private lessons along with group clinics.