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Steve Harmon

Deputy Editor / Content Development

Steve Harmon has been with Golfweek since late 2007, after 25 years in newspapers, the last 14 as an editor in Sports and then News at the Orlando Sentinel. Harmon supervises Golfweek’s “competition staff’’ of writers who cover the major professional tours, colleges and amateurs. Born and raised in Cincinnati, Harmon graduated from Austin Peay State University, where he played on the golf team. He lives in Longwood, Fla., with his wife, two children and three dogs.
 
• First set of clubs: 1967 MacGregor VIP
• Favorite golf memory: Playing for Austin Peay State, with $6 per diem to cover breakfast, lunch and dinner
• First car: 1965 Triumph Spitfire
• Best golf shot seen live: Golfweek managing editor Craig Horan putting from 40 yards off the green and out of Bermuda rough onto an elevated green with a tucked pin position to tap-in range.

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Sewanee sings praises of Hanse's mountain revival

Nobody will confuse The Course at Sewanee as architect Gil Hanse’s magnum opus, but his minimalist reputation fits right in with a layout featuring "such perfect rolls on top of a mountain," he says.

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Golf scene in Columbus piles up points

Ohio State's offense fizzles, but the golf scene piles up the points in Columbus, Ohio.

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Destination: Zanesville? It's an arranged marriage

Longaberger, Golfweek’s No. 1 public-access course in Ohio, and nearby EagleSticks form an uncommon pairing that helps make Zanesville, Ohio - of all places - a golf destination.

Ohio State picking up where it left off

Donnie Darr isn't quite ready to proclaim this year's Ohio State men's team on a par with last year's Buckeyes.

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Bethune-Cookman looks to build on success

Loritz Clark spent enough time on the business side of golf to know how to sell his new gig. Schedule and location.

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Golf, spirits abound on Kentucky Bourbon Trail

There's a fine blend of spirits and golf worth savoring on Kentucky's Bourbon Trail. Steve Harmon explains.

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FSU’s Jones defends decision to play at USF

Florida State coach Trey Jones defended his decision to pull out of the demanding John Hayt Invitational and play his team a week later at the USF Invitational.

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Green Raiders? At MTSU, it’s color of hope

Wearing green ribbons in recognition of non-Hodgkins lymphoma, Hunter Green and his Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders lead the USF Invitational.

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‘Masters of college golf’? Brickyard aims high

In most places, college golf suffers from a lack of identity. Not here in Macon. And not during Brickyard Week. Steve Harmon explains.

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Georgia holds off Augusta St., wins Brickyard

Led by Russell Henley, Georgia held off NCAA champion Augusta State to win the Brickyard Collegiate on Oct. 10. Steve Harmon reports.

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