1983 LPGA Championship

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1983 LPGA Championship
Tournament information
Dates June 9–12, 1983
Location Mason, Ohio
Course(s) Jack Nicklaus Golf Center
Grizzly Course [1]
Tour(s) LPGA Tour
Format Stroke play - 72 holes
Statistics
Par 72
Length 6,298 yards (5,759 m)[1]
Cut 151 (+7)
Prize fund $200,000
Winner's share $30,000
Champion
United States Patty Sheehan
279 (−9)
Jack Nicklaus Golf Center is located in the US
Jack Nicklaus Golf Center
Jack Nicklaus Golf Center
Location in the United States
Jack Nicklaus Golf Center is located in Ohio
Jack Nicklaus Golf Center
Jack Nicklaus Golf Center
Location in Ohio

The 1983 LPGA Championship was the 29th LPGA Championship, played June 9–12 at Jack Nicklaus Golf Center at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio, a suburb northeast of Cincinnati.

Seven strokes back after the third round, Patty Sheehan shot a 66 (−6) to win the first of her six major titles, two strokes ahead of runner-up Sandra Haynie, the 54-hole leader.[2]

Final leaderboard[edit]

Sunday, June 12, 1983

Place Player Country Score To par Money ($)
1 Patty Sheehan  United States 68-71-74-66=279 −9 30,000
2 Sandra Haynie  United States 70-69-67-75=281 −7 19,600
3 Debbie Massey  United States 68-74-71-70=283 −5 14,000
T4 JoAnne Carner  United States 68-74-70-72=284 −4 9,000
Christa Johnson  United States 70-70-75-69=284
T6 Pat Bradley  United States 73-71-71-70=285 −3 6,700
Vicki Tabor  United States 71-70-71-73=285
T8 Dale Eggeling  United States 73-71-73-69=286 −2 5,400
Alice Miller  United States 70-72-73-71=286
Alexandra Reinhardt  United States 67-68-75-76=286

Source:[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "LPGA Championship". Spokesman-Review. Spokane, Washington. Associated Press. June 12, 1982. p. 20. 
  2. ^ a b "Sheehan wins LPGA crown". Eugene Register-Guard. Oregon. wire services. June 13, 1983. p. 4B. 

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Coordinates: 39°20′56″N 84°16′41″W / 39.349°N 84.278°W / 39.349; -84.278