| July 24–27, 1969|
| Concord Golf Club|
Stroke play – 72 holes
| Kiamesha Lake, New York|
The 1969 LPGA Championship was the fifteenth LPGA Championship, held July 24–27 at Concord Golf Club in Kiamesha Lake, New York. Betsy Rawls won her second LPGA Championship, four strokes ahead of runners-up Carol Mann and Susie Maxwell Berning. At age 41, it was Rawls' eighth and final major title; her previous major win was nine years earlier.
The purse was increased by 80% over the previous year, to $36,000. The record field of 63 players required the championship's first 36-hole cut, which reduced the weekend field to 41 women.
The golf course was part of the Concord Resort Hotel, which closed in 1998. The course is now operated as "Monster Golf Club."
1969 LPGA Championship Wikipedia
Sunday, July 27, 1969