| June 20–24, 1968|
| Sutton, Massachusetts|
Stroke play – 72 holes
| Pleasant Valley Country Club|
The 1968 LPGA Championship was the fourteenth LPGA Championship, held June 20–24 at Pleasant Valley Country Club in Sutton, Massachusetts, southeast of Worcester.
In an 18-hole Monday playoff, Sandra Post won her only major title, defeating defending champion and LPGA president Kathy Whitworth by seven strokes. Post turned 20 earlier in the month and this was the first of her eight victories on the LPGA Tour. It was the only women's major won by a Canadian for 48 years, until 18-year-old Brooke Henderson won this event in 2016.
This was the second consecutive LPGA Championship held at Pleasant Valley, and the second of seven in an eight-year stretch.
1968 LPGA Championship Wikipedia
Sunday, June 23, 1968
Defending champion Kathy Whitworth sank a three-foot (0.9 m) putt on the final hole to tie Sandra Post and force a Monday playoff. Both shot even-par 73 on Sunday to finish at 294 (+2).
Monday, June 24, 1968