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 17 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. Over the years, she has introduced thousands of people to golf through her Level 1 clinics and has continued to teach them through advanced clinics and private and semi-private lessons. Hundreds each year participate in the many different lessons offered. Her short game clinics are one of the favourites with her students as she imparts the knowledge that made her one of the best short game players on tour. She is not a systems teacher but works with the students individually, teaching to their strengths. 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." All of her students will receive her instructional book, "Sandra Post and Me."