Steve Scott

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Steve Scott wears many hats throughout the industry of golf and his passion for the game and zest for life shines through in every role. Steve is a Certified PGA Professional and Founder of the Silver Club Golfing Society. His passion for teaching has been showcased as the Director of Instruction for Golfweek and has also been seen on the pages of Golf Digest and PGA Magazine. He has authored a book entitled “Hey, Tiger - You Need To Move Your Mark Back” which reflects on his epic duel with Tiger Woods during the 1996 U.S. Amateur final match. Steve has served as the keynote speaker for dozens of country clubs, corporations, and elite golf events where he focuses on the virtues of integrity and character as the main talking points. 


Golf broadcasting is also one of Steve’s strengths, and he has enjoyed appearances as an analyst, host, and on-course commentator with ESPN, PGA Tour Live, FOX Sports, and Golf Channel. He still enjoys competing and does so frequently in PGA Professional events in the Carolinas PGA Section, where he won the 2018 CPGA Championship as well as the CPGA Player of the Year honors. The game of golf is all in the family as his wife, Kristi, is an LPGA Professional and his children all enjoy the game.



  • Battled Tiger Woods in the 1996 U.S. Amateur Final Match

  • Golfweek Magazine's #1 ranked Amateur in the World 1999

  • Three-time NCAA All-American at the University of Florida

  • Two professional victories - Canadian Tour 2001 Vancouver Open & 2002 Texas Classic

  • United States Walker Cup Team Member 1997 & 1999

  • United States World Amateur Team Member 1996

  • Competed in the Masters Tournament 1997

  • Qualified for the US Open at Oakland Hills 1996

  • Competed on the PGA Tour and Nationwide Tour current Korn Ferry Tour (most recently the 2018 RBC Heritage, 2019 Wells Fargo and Wyndham Championships on PGA Tour)

  • Western Amateur Champion both stroke and match-play portions 1999

  • Career low round 12 under par 60 at Pine Tree G.C. in FL course record, non-competitive round

  • 2016 Met PGA Head Pro Championship winner

  • 2018 Carolinas PGA Section Champion

  • 2018 Carolinas PGA Player of the Year


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