Jay Stuller has successfully straddled the worlds of corporate communication and mainstream journalism for more than three decades. Author of ten books and nearly a thousand national magazine articles in more than 155 publications — including features in Audubon, Smithsonian, Playboy, Travel & Leisure, Saturday Evening Post, Oceans, Success, Inc., Outside and Reader’s Digest — he also spent 25 years with Chevron, where he wrote the annual report, for the company’s worldwide magazine, and speeches for the Chairman of the Board.
During the 1980s and 1990s, Stuller was arguably one of the most widely published magazine writers in the country, and a frequent contributor to Writer’s Digest. Today, he often writes for NCGA Golf – look for the piece about the Hole-in-One and its consequences on pages 52 and 53 in the Spring 2017 edition, and a feature on the nine-hole Old Brockway course in Lake Tahoe, on pages 44 and 45 of the Summer 2017 edition – the Southern California Golf Association’s Fore magazine, and posts features on golf, equipment and travel for The A Position. For roughly two decades he’s been a member of the Golf Writers Association of America, and the California Golf Writers & Broadcasters Association.