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LPGA Hall of Fame Member
||Ft. Worth, TX
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ISPS Handa Cup Team USA 2006-2009
Sandra Haynie is currently the Director of Instruction at Winstar Golf Academy located at Winstar Casino in Oklahoma.
Began playing at the age of 11. Credits A.G. Mitchell and Gail Davis for helping with her game. In November 1984, was inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame. Was named among GOLF Magazine's 100 Heroes during 1988 Centennial of Golf in America celebration. Was inducted into the Women's Sports Foundation International Hall of Fame in 1999. Recognized during the LPGA�??s 50th Anniversary in 2000 as one of the LPGA's top 50 players and teachers.
Q: What clubs do you play?
A: I play Mizuno clubs and an Odyssey putter.
Q: What's the best part of your game?
A: I feel like the best part of my game has usually been my mind and thinking myself around the course; also. I usually hit it fairly straight.
Q: How often do you practice?
A: When I am preparing to play in a tournament or outings I try to play and practice several times a week. I have never been big on just hitting a lot of balls. I prefer to play more.
Q: How did you feel when you won your first LPGA tournament?
A: Your first win is always special... what I remember most was that it was at Austin Country Club. I lived in Austin during my growing up golf years. The last day of the event I played with Mickey Wright and beat her to win the tournament.
Q: What do you like most about The Legends Tour?
A: There are many things that I enjoy about the WSGT. One is seeing everyone that I used to play with and against. I enjoy the competition. I don't believe that ever goes away. Also the way that the people in the galleries still appreciate us and seem glad to see us even if we don't always perform the way we use to.