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Andrew Landry

Born August 7, 1987                         Groves, Texas

Andrew Landry grew up in Groves, Texas, and attended Port Neches- Groves High School. When he was 10, his uncle introduced him to the game of golf at the nine-hole Port Groves Golf Course (better known as "The Pea Patch"). 
His parents and brother always supported anything he wanted to do. Andrew once stated that he wouldn't have pushed himself without the constant encouragement of his brother Adam, who was at first a better golfer. He kept going back and forth between baseball and golf until, at about age 12, Andrew finally started to focus strictly on golf. The family attended the Shell Houston Open in 1998, and Andrew decided then that he wanted to play golf on the PGA Tour. 
Andrew followed in the footsteps of his brother Adam and played golf for Port Neches-Groves High School. He attended Lamar University during his freshman year and followed Lamar golf coach Brad McMakin when Brad was hired by the University of Arkansas.
​While at Lamar, Andrew won one tournament as a freshman, and the team finished 3rd in the National Championship.

When Landry and McMakin arrived at Arkansas, the golf program was ranked 99th in the country. Landry's senior year saw Arkansas finish with a ranking of second. At Arkansas, Andrew was a three-time NCAA All-Southeastern Conference player: twice on the First Team and once on the Second.


He was a three-time All-American and won two tournaments as a collegiate. Andrew also broke the Arkansas school record with 25 top-10 finishes in three years. Landry also played in the final sixteen of the U.S. Amateur, losing to Morgan Hoffmann in the third round. 


Landry's first PGA win came at the Valero Texas Open in San Antonio and his second at the American Express tournament in La Quinta, California.

He is also still proud of a 58 he once shot on his home course in Groves. Located at the end of the street he grew up on; it has since closed. The Pea Patch played about 6,300 yards if you played the nine-hole course twice. "Fifty-eight is 58," Landry states matter of factly.
Professionally, Andrew is known for his "Turn and Burn" swing method that allows him at 5' 7" to obtain the length necessary to compete professionally. Landry is able to hit drives over 300 yards and averages 284.


Andrew has six Tour Wins: two in the PGA, two in the Korn Ferry, and two wins in other standings.

Professional Accomplishments:
2009 - Upon Graduation from the University of Arkansas, Andrew went professional

Dec 2014- earned card through qualifying school.

2015- won first tour title by five shots in Cartegena Colombia

2015- Monday qualified into the first PGA Tour tournament, none other than the Shell Houston Open, where it all started

2015- earned PGA Tour card after finishing 21st on the final money list

2016- Qualified for the U.S. Open, where he broke the opening scoring record of (66) at Oakmont, which later would lead him into the final group on Sunday.

2017- Won second tournament of the year in Abaco, Bahamas
2018- won Valero Texas Open

2018- Lost in a sudden-death playoff at American Express to Jon Rahm on the fourth extra hole at this CareerBuilder Challenge

2018- 5 top 10 finishes 

2020- Won American Express after birdies on final two holes 
His highest ranking to date was 64 on April 29, 2018 (as of December 11, 2022)*


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