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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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