Steve Eubanks

Steve Eubanks

Bio: Steve is a New York Times bestselling author who has penned more than 35 books. A former college golfer and PGA of America professional who was embarrassed by his contemporaries on the course, Steve got his amateur status back and enjoys the game as the 5-hadicapper that he is. After working as a professional, general manager, and golf course owner, Steve walked away from operations and began writing, first for Golf World magazine and then branching out into the early digital iterations of CBS Sportsline and A noted speaker and lecturer, Steve gave the keynote address at the 2007 Joint Forces Reserve Orientation Course, Command Second Fleet in Norfolk, Vir. He lives in Peachtree City, Georgia with his wife, children and an revolving assortment of dogs and cats.

Fun Fact: Not only can Steve no longer beat his 14-year-old daughter on the golf course, she regularly outdrives him.

Favorite Courses: San Francisco Golf Club, Royal Melbourne, Royal Portrush, Peachtree Golf Club, Seminole. And I'm really looking forward to seeing Cabot Cliffs.

Twitter: @JSEubanks

Featured Stories

Leadbetter’s Criticism of Ko Family Is Undeserved

Copyright USGA/Hunter Martin
Copyright USGA/Hunter Martin

The Lydia Ko-David Leadbetter split took an ugly turn on Friday after Leadbetter, in a story by Jaime Diaz on, blamed Ko’s parents for much of the trouble in the 19-year-old’s game. “At this point, their sole occupation is taking care of Lydia’s every need,” Leadbetter is quoted as…

Lydia Ko, Swing Coach David Leadbetter Part Ways

REUTERS/Andrew Bayers. Picture Supplied by Action Images.
REUTERS/Andrew Bayers. Picture Supplied by Action Images.

We saw it coming. Close watchers of Lydia Ko have known that her tenure as a student of David Leadbetter’s was in its waning days. The swing changes Ko began implementing during the LPGA’s Asian swing this fall were not exactly a repudiation of the work she and Leadbetter had…

Stackhouse Earns Conditional LPGA Tour Membership

Photo Credit: LPGA/KPMG
Photo Credit: LPGA/KPMG

Mariah Stackhouse didn’t have the week she wanted in Daytona Beach. She did not break 70 a single round at LPGA qualifying school and finish the week tied for 21st, one shot out of being fully exempt. Still, she has conditional status for 2017, which means she should be able…

LPGA Growing Stronger with 2017 Schedule

Dundonald Links
The LPGA is going to Scotland. Dundonald Links will host the 2017 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.

As Mike Whan promised at the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship, the 2017 LPGA schedule became official this week. And the tour continues to grow in all the right ways. Next year’s schedule features 35 events around the globe with an LPGA-record $67.35 million in prize money. While some might…

In Full Change Mode, Ko Leaves Callaway For PXG

Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports/Reuters. Picture Supplied by Action Images.
Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports/Reuters. Picture Supplied by Action Images.

Lydia Ko is in full change mode. She’s changed caddies and is in the process of perfecting a swing change. Now, Global Golf Post has confirmed that she is also changing equipment. After three successful seasons with Callaway, Ko will be playing PXG next year. In fact, she flew directly…

Opinion: Martha Burk’s Ignorance on Display

Martha Burk
Martha Burk famously went after Augusta National when it had no female members. Photo Credit: NBC News

So long out of the spotlight that she’d become a Trivial Pursuit question, Martha Burk of Augusta National-protest fame re-emerged this week to tackle the most pressing issue facing the world today: whether or not next year’s U.S. Women’s Open should be held at Trump Bedminster. Here’s a hint: Burk…