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Haynie, Sandra B. (1943–)

American golfer. Born Sandra Jane Haynie, June 4, 1943, in Fort Worth, TX; daughter of Jim Haynie (golfer).

Entered 1st golf tournament at 11 (1954); captured 1st of 5 consecutive Austin City Women's golf titles (1956); turned pro (1961); won Texas State Publinx (1957, 1958), Texas Amateur (1958, 1959), Austin Civitan Open and Cosmopolitan Open (1962), Phoenix Thunderbird Open (1963), Baton Rouge Open and Las Cruces Open (1964), Cosmopolitan Open and LPGA championship (1965), Buckeye Savings Invitational, Glass City Classic, Alamo Open, and Pensacola Invitational (1966), Amarillo Open and Mickey Wright Invitational (1967), Pacific Open (1968), St. Louis Invitational, Supertest Open, and Shreveport Kiwanis Invitational (1969), Raleigh Invitational and Shreveport Kiwanis Invitational (1970), Burdines Invitational, Dallas Civitan Open, San Antonio Alamo Open, and Lem Immke Buick Open (1971), National Jewish Hospital Open, Quality First Classic, and Lincoln-Mercury Open (1972), Orange Blossom Classic, Lincoln-Mercury Open, Charity Golf Classic (1973), Lawson's Open, George Washington Classic, National Jewish Hospital Open, Charity Golf Classic, LPGA championship, and US Women's Open (1974), Naples-Lely Classic, Charity Golf Classic, Jacksonville Open, and Ft. Myers Classic (1975), Henredon Classic (1981), Rochester International and Peter Jackson Classic (1982). Inducted into LPGA Hall of Fame (1977) and Texas Golf Hall of Fame (1984).

See also Women in World History.

Haynie, Sandra B. (1943–)

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