SPRING 2015: Competed as an individual at the Bandon Dunes Championship … carded a 90-91—181.
FALL 2014: Did not see any action in the fall.
SPRING 2014: Did not see any action in the spring.
FALL 2013: Did not see any action in the fall.
MISC: Born in New York, N.Y. ... 2013 graduate of Scotch Plains Fanwood High School ... son of Steve Sr. and Susan Pedersen ... one brother, Jack (14) ... grandfather, Walter A. Pedersen served in 82nd Airborn Division, 1950-1952 ... four-year starter at Scotch Plains High School ... successful performer in New Jersey during his high school tenure ... attended the prestigious West Point Summer Leaders Seminar in 2012 ... was one of 1,000 high school juniors accepted from across the nation to come to the Academy for the opportunity to experience life at West Point ... enjoys traveling to Ireland, watching the NY Rangers and helping his brother improve at hockey ... favorite band is U2 ... played travel hockey nearly his entire life ... Scotty Cameron Putters are his favorite ... major is (tentatively) International Relations.
Getting to know Steven Pedersen
Why West Point: The opportunities and prestige of the Academy made it an easy choice.
Favorite spot at West Point: West Point Golf Course
Favorite mess hall meal: Chicken Crispitoes
Most memorable training experience: Spending an endless night in the woods in a downpour during CFT
Greatest triumphs/accomplishments thus far (military or personal): Being recruited to play golf here, and simply being accepted to USMA
Favorite Golf Tournament (to play in or watch): U.S. Open
Dream golfing foursome and location: My dad, grandpa, Ronald Reagan at Augusta National GC
Which golfer would you caddy for: Rory McIlroy, because it seems easy given the way he's playing right now
Golf would be better if...The golf ball was made the same for every player
Military aspirations: To serve my country and one day lead a large number of men
If you could invent a new stroke or club what would it be: 85 degree wedge
I spent the summer... in CFT with a few weeks of leave before and after
The best advice you've been given about golf and who it was from: To relax and don't force the ball in on putts--my dad
Why is the golf team the best athletic team: We beat Navy whenever we can
Favorite part about training: Getting the chance to do things hardly anyone gets to do