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Steve Eubanks

Steve Eubanks is the editor of Global Golf Post Plus as well as a New York Times bestselling author. Before venturing into journalism, he played college golf and was a PGA of America professional and club general manager where he specialized in distressed properties. In that role, Steve worked out golf assets for clients such as Prudential, Citibank, the Royal Bank of Scotland and the United States Department of Justice. He and a group of partners also owned a couple of golf courses.

Then, in a dramatic career shift, Steve wrote a number of books including Augusta: Home of the Masters Tournament, At The Turn, To Win and Die in Dixie and All American. He has written extensively about college football, Major League baseball and covered hundreds of golf events around the globe, Steve authored two books with Arnold Palmer and collaborated with Paul Azinger, Butch Harmon, and Laura Baugh.

In addition to his editing duties, Steve continues to write extensively about women’s golf and the LPGA Tour.

Articles by Steve Eubanks

‘She Is A Golf Savant’

There's Just Something Different About Anna Davis

Something is different about Anna Davis, the 16-year-old from Southern California who played in her first LPGA Tour event as an amateur last week at the Palos Verdes Championship. Our Steve Eubanks has the story.

The Dinah Waves A Final Goodbye

This week, The Dinah officially becomes the Chevron Championship and will be played in Rancho Mirage, California, for the final time. Our Steve Eubanks looks at some of the history and traditions of the event over the past 51 years.

With Rare Exceptions, NIL Money Yet to Flow Into Golf

We’re about seven months into the name, image and likeness era that allows college golfers to profit off of their abilities, and we’re nearly a month into that same freedom officially being afforded to all other amateurs through the modernized Rules of Golf. The opportunity is there, but few players have taken advantage of it.

The Credit She Deserves

Yuka Saso Is Much More Than A Major Spoiler

Yuka Saso made a terrific birdie on the third playoff hole at Olympic Club in San Francisco last May to capture the U.S. Women’s Open and tie Inbee Park as the youngest player ever to win that championship at age 19, yet somehow she continues to be overlooked. Our Steve Eubanks has the story.

What’s In A Name?

Iconic Moniker Helps Golf Company Grow

With the rebranding of the company, Bobby Jones Links, a new day was born for the golf course management firm. Our Steve Eubanks has the story.

Founders Cup A Fitting Tribute to LPGA Origins

This week the LPGA honors its pioneering founders with The Cognizant Founders Cup at Mountain Ridge Country Club in New Jersey. Our Steve Eubanks has the story.