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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 Segin (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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