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Stephanie Lue

The Basics:

Name: Stephanie Lue

City of residence: Santa Monica

Profession: Software Engineering Director at Google

Family: Just Pepper and me. Though my brother (David), sister-in-law (Melissa) and nephew (Jackson, 2 years old) live in my neighborhood! We’re trying very hard to get Jackson interested in golf.


What You Didn’t Know:

Favorite Musician: So many! Though recently, I’ve had Elton John on repeat.

First car: Chevy Tahoe

Favorite Book: Hidden Figures

Guilty-pleasure food: Randy’s Donuts – plain glazed donut holes

Favorite non-golf item: My Peloton bike

One gadget Stephanie can’t live without: My phone. Without it, I would have no idea where I’m supposed to be or what I’m supposed to be doing!

Favorite quote: “Look good, feel good. Feel good, play good. Play good, they pay you good.”

If Stephanie couldn’t do what she does now as a profession, she would be a: baker. I love making baked good – cookies, pies, cakes and cupcakes.

Greatest pride: Helping people. I’m passionate about mentoring and coaching people inside/outside of work. I’m proud to be a part of their life and career journeys.

Most-visited website that’s not work-related: YouTube. I enjoy watching cooking videos, dog training videos and fix-it videos for fixing things around the house.

On volunteering: I love finding ways to “pay it forward” and give back to the community. It’s been part of my life ever since I was a girl. My mom and I would volunteer together at the local food banks and assistance ministries.


On The Course:

Has golfed for: A quarter century! I started in high school

What Stephanie would like to see more of on the course: Faster play. I wish you could play every course in 4 hours or less.

Favorite Tour player: Nelly Korda. What I would give to have her swing, and her competitive spirit is just fun to watch.

What part of the game of golf needs to change: Two things. First – an option for 12 and 15 hole rounds. Second – not having to hit your ball out of a divot!

What Stephanie would tell juniors to interest them in the game of golf: Golf is more than a sport. It’s a lifelong activity where you’ll build lasting friendships with people who share a love for the game.