One Minute Interview
Here’s the 2nd installment of our one-minute interviews. We did this with our staff to help you get to know the guys a bit more. In this series, we’re asking everyone, “What was the best course you played in college…and how did you play?”
Meet Steve Burdick
Today, we’re hearing from CGF Executive Director Steve Burdick.
Steve was an All-American golfer at Stanford University from 1991-1995 and helped the Cardinal win a National Championship in 1994. While attending Stanford, Steve was a student leader with the Athletes-In-Action ministry and was a teammate with PGA Tour players Casey Martin, Notah Begay and Tiger Woods. After graduating, Steve went on to play professional golf for two years before God led him into full-time ministry.
What’s the best course you played in college? How’d you play?
I played Pebble Beach in the California State Amateur after my sophomore year in college. I barely qualified for match play, but in the first round I aced the 7th hole and went on to beat the defending champion 5 and 4. I was 1 up with three to play in the semifinals and lost 2 down after the guy birdied the last three holes on me! I could have played Tiger in the finals, but we both lost in the semis.
Check out Steve’s past CGF interviews:
- My Staff Testimony Video
- The Funniest Thing I’ve Ever Seen on the Golf Course
- A Great Book that Influenced Me
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