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Steve Eubanks

Steve Eubanks is a New York Times bestselling author and award-winning columnist. A former college golfer, he is now happy with his 4 handicap, his senior-golfer status, and the fact that his daughter beats him (and outdrives him) on a regular basis. A noted speaker, teacher 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: Steve was the worst caddie on the LPGA Tour during a brief stint looping for Laura Baugh.

Favorite Courses: Cypress Point and Seminole. Nothing else comes close.

Twitter: @JSEubanks

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QUICK TAKE: Ko’s Confidence Cresting In Korea

Lydia Ko (Photo credit: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA | Charley Hull and Danielle Kang both shot 68s on Saturday to reach 12-under par and share the lead going into the final round of the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship. But watch out for a player lurking only two shots back. Lydia Ko, looking more comfortable…

OPINION: Deep-End Dive Coming Too Soon For Promising Teen

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QUICK TAKE: Olson Starting To Show The Fire Inside

Hoping to put the disappointment of the Evian Championship behind her, Amy Olson shot a 3-under-par 69 on Thursday at the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship.

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QUICK TAKE: Crown Showdown Pauses As Typhoon Approaches

As the rains came in, Australians Su Oh and Katherine Kirk handed the South Korean team its only loss thus far at the UL International Crown. (Photo credit: LPGA)

INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA | The best matches of the week at the UL International Crown will take almost that long to finish. From the beginning, the most anticipated matchup in the first three sessions was between the No. 1 seed home team, South Korea, and the grittiest team in the…

NEWS: UL International Crown Schedule Shifts Forward For Storm

After a victory on Day 1, the American duo of Lexi Thompson and Cristie Kerr will pair up again. (Photo credit: LPGA)

INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA | The weather problems that have plagued the 2018 LPGA season continue. This time, it’s Typhoon Kong-rey barreling down on the Korean peninsula as a Category 1 storm. With a potential washout in mind, times for the second-day matches at the UL International Crown have been moved…

QUICK TAKE: South Koreans Take Two For Openers

The South Korean team was relieved to win both matches on Thursday at the UL International Crown. (Photo credit: LPGA)

INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA | Whew, what a relief. They didn’t say it out loud but that was the reaction of the four South Korean players after they won both their opening four-ball matches against Chinese Taipei at the UL International Crown. Expectations have been so extreme leading into this event…