Steve Lowery

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Steve Lowery

Stephen Brent Lowery (born October 12, 1960) is a professional golfer, ranked in the Top 50 of the Official World Golf Rankings.

Lowery graduated from Berry High School in Hoover and won All-Conference and All-American honors at the University of Alabama before joining the Nationwide professional tour in 1992. He won the Ben Hogan Tulsa Open in his first year as a professional. In 29 Nationwide tour events he finished in the Top 10 eight times and in the Top 25 sixteen times.

Lowery's first PGA Tour victory came at the 1994 Sprint International, followed by the 2000 Southern Farm Bureau Classic. In 517 PGA Tour events, Lowery has had 10 Top 3 finishes, 63 finishes in the Top 10, and 136 in the Top 25. His career earnings are over $13 million.

In February 1999 Lowery's home in Orlando, Florida burned to the ground. He and his wife Kathryn have three children, Kristen, Lauren and Stephen. After the fire the Lowerys moved back to Birmingham.

Lowery was inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame's Class of 2008.


  • Segrest, Doug (December 2, 2007) "McNeal, Carr, Holloway, Mincher, Robinson, Lowery, Byrd, Wilson enter Alabama Sports Hall of Fame." Birmingham News.