|Dates June 9–12, 1983|
Tour(s) LPGA Tour
|Location Mason, Ohio|
Format Stroke play - 72 holes
|Course(s) Jack Nicklaus Golf Center Grizzly Course|
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.
Sunday, June 12, 1983