Steve Burkowski

Reporter/Producer, Golf Central
Studio Play-by-Play Host, European Tour


Steve Burkowski is a reporter and producer for Golf Central, covering amateur events and the college golf ranks for the network.  He also serves as a tower and on-course reporter at select USGA events, in-studio commentator for the network’s European Tour coverage and field producer for PGA TOUR events.  Burkowski has been with Golf Channel since 2000, where he began as a production assistant for Golf Central.  He also was lead producer and co-host for College Central, the network’s college golf news show, from 2003-06.

Prior to joining Golf Channel, Burkowski worked in Columbia, S.C. at WVOC 560 AM and Sports Radio 1400. He covered The Masters and the Verizon Heritage, was the voice of Lady Gamecock basketball, host of 'The Wake-Up Call' and 'The Cheap Seats' and was co-host of the local pre-game football and pre-game basketball shows for the University of South Carolina.  Burkowski also hosted “The 19th Hole,” a weekly golf radio show.

ARTICLES BY Steve Burkowski

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    ST. LOUIS – Jennifer Song has safely advanced to Sunday’s 36-hole championship match here at the U.S. Women’s Amateur at Old Warson. Like many teenage golfers, she prepares as most do.

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    ST. LOUIS – Down to the Elite Eight here at the U.S Women’s Amateur, as the quarterfinal matches are underway.

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    ST. LOUIS – The match-play portion of this year’s U.S. Women’s Amateur championship is underway at Old Warson Country Club.  Danielle Kang is the medalist and was first off this morning.

  • Michelle Wie is doing what many of us were taught in school: to get good grades and not talk.

  • 6/1/07 -- Just as they were after one round, the Stanford Cardinal remains the team to catch halfway through this years Mens Division 1 National Championships.

  • 5/31/07 -- After one round of the Mens Division 1 NCAA Championships, everyone is looking up at the Stanford Cardinal on the leaderboard.

  • 2/24/07 -- Two-time defending champion Duke took an eight-stroke lead Thursday after the windy third round of the NCAA women's tournament.

  • 2/22/07 -- Champions in 2003, the Women of Troy sit at the top of the leaderboard after 18 holes at the LPGA International Legends Course.

  • 2/23/07 -- A team total of 287, 1 under par, vaulted the Blue Devils to the top of the leaderboard.

  • 2/22/07 -- Champions in 2003, the Women of Troy sit at the top of the leaderboard after 18 holes at the LPGA International Legends Course.