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Cassie Stein

Cassie Stein

I’m originally from Lewiston, N.Y., and am a graduate of Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, Pa., where I played on the women’s golf team. I have also earned a Graduate Certificate degree in Social Media from the University of Florida. I worked for Golfweek Magazine from September 2012 to May 2015 covering college, amateur and junior golf. Prior to that I was an intern with the USGA and the AJGA. Currently, I am an associate editor for The Post.

Fun Fact: I didn’t pick up the game of golf until I was a sophomore in high school. Ice hockey was more my thing growing up.

Dream Foursome: Tyler Seguin (NHL), Tim Tebow (NFL) and my grandpa

Favorite Courses: Niagara Falls Country Club, National Golf Links of America, Conway Farms and Adare Manor. Dream to play Augusta National and I want to play Bandon Dunes.

Twitter: @CassieStein25

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Johnson Wins U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Title

Shannon Johnson won the U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur (Photo Credit: USGA)

Shannon Johnson won the 32nd U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship on Thursday at Norwood Hills Country Club in St. Louis. Johnson, a 35-year-old Norton, Mass., resident, defeated defending champion Kelsey Chugg of Salt Lake City, Utah, 1 up, in the scheduled 18-hole final.   On the front nine at Norwood Hills,…

NEWS: Englishman Fisher Shoots European Tour’s First 59

Oliver Fisher

Oliver Fisher shot a bogey-free, 12-under-par 59 Friday in the second round of the Portugal Masters, becoming the first player to shoot that magic number on the European Tour. He made 10 birdies and an eagle on the 7,191-yard Dom Pedro Victoria Golf Course. Since the European Tour formed in…

NEWS: USGA, R&A Propose Limits On Green-Reading Materials

(Via USGA/R&A)

The USGA and the R&A are proposing regulations regarding the use of green-reading materials, reaffirming the need for a player to read greens based on their own judgment, skill and ability, the associations announced in a release on Tuesday. The announcement, which had been expected, comes in response to the…

QUICK TAKE: China’s Ye Is A Rising Talent In The Women’s Game

Angelina Lei Ye plays her tee shot on the eighth hole during the first round of match play at the 2017 U.S. Girls' Junior at Boone Valley Golf Club in Augusta, Mo. on Wednesday, July 26, 2017. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons)

LEWISTON, N.Y. | Lei “Angelina” Ye arrived at this week’s Women’s Porter Cup riding a bit of a streak. “It’s been a pretty good year so far,” she said, not giving herself as much credit as she should. Ye, a 17-year-old from China who attends the IMG Academy in Bradenton,…

NEWS: Arizona Tops Alabama For NCAA Women’s Championship

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PODCAST: Lilia Vu Talks NCAAs, Curtis Cup

Lilia Vu has enjoyed a splendid career as a UCLA Bruin. (Photo: UCLA Athletics)

This week on the PostCast, Lilia Vu joins Cassie Stein to talk about the upcoming NCAA Championship and the Curtis Cup. Vu, the No. 1 player in the women’s World Amateur Golf Ranking, is “very excited” about the next few weeks. On Friday, she begins play with her UCLA teammate…