Along with Brad Faxon, runs Billy Andrade/Brad Faxon Charities for Children, Inc., which has raised more than $15 million for children in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts, largely through the CVS Caremark Charity Classic the duo co-host at Rhode Island CC each summer
Also co-hosts the East Lake Invitational with Stewart Cink, raising more than $1.2 million for the East Lake Foundation since the event's inception
In 1999, the Golf Writers Association of America honored the duo with the Charlie Bartlett Award, given to playing professionals for their unselfish contributions to society
Inducted into the Wake Forest Hall of Fame in 2004
Has done some television work for Golf Channel in the past
Son, Cameron, is a member of the golf team at Wofford College and won the 2013 Georgia State High School Golf Championship.
Along with Brad Faxon, runs Billy Andrade/Brad Faxon Charities for Children, Inc., which has raised more than $15 million for children in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts, largely through the CVS Caremark Charity Classic the duo co-hosts at Rhode Island CC each summer. In 1999, duo was honored by Golf Writers Association of America with Charlie Bartlett Award, given to playing professionals for their unselfish contributions to society
Inducted into the Wake Forest Hall of Fame in 2004.
Family, sports, cooking
PGA TOUR Victories (4)
1991 Kemper Open, Buick Classic
1998 Bell Canadian Open
2000 Invensys Classic at Las Vegas
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (3)
2015 Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge, Boeing Classic, Charles Schwab Cup Championship
PGA TOUR (4)
1991 JC Penney Classic [with Kris Tschetter].
1992 Fred Meyer Challenge [with Tom Kite].
1999 Fred Meyer Challenge [with Brad Faxon].
2001 Fred Meyer Challenge [with Brad Faxon].
World Amateur Team Championship (1), 1986
Walker Cup (1), 1987.
Posted a closing-round 6-under-par 67 at the Tucson Conquistadores Classic which helped lead to a T4 finish
Trailed by just one stroke after 36 holes at the Mitsubishi Electric Classic but a disastrous stretch of holes in Sunday's final round led to a 2-over-par 74 and a T18 finish near Atlanta.
2011: Made three starts on the PGA TOUR and continued to work as on-course reporter for Golf Channel. 2010: Missed the cut at the Travelers Championship in only PGA TOUR start
Continued in role as part-time analyst for Golf Channel. 2009: Made the cut in just two of 17 starts, with a T57 at the Mayakoba Golf Classic his best outing. Saw his streak of seasons with at least $200,000 in earnings snapped at 20, which represented the second-best streak in TOUR history. Began working as an analyst with Golf Channel. 2008: Played in 24 events with his best finish coming at the Verizon Heritage (T14). 2007: T4 at PODS Championship his best of 27 starts and 16 made cuts. 2006: Posted 18th consecutive season in the top 125 on the money list
Recorded his first top-10 of the year with a T3 at the Barclays Classic. Trailed by one stroke through 18 holes, two after 36 holes and led by one at 8-under 205 at the 54-hole mark. Posted a final-round 1-over 72 to finish three strokes behind Vijay Singh
In next start, past champion finished T2 at the rain-soaked Booz Allen Classic, posting a final-round 64 to finish five strokes behind champion Ben Curtis. First back-to-back top-10s since 2001
Posted four rounds in the 60s to finish T6 at the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee, six strokes behind wire-to-wire winner Corey Pavin
Shared the second-round lead with three others at 8-under 136 in the PGA Championship. Finished T41. 2005: Logged only one top-10, but finished in the top 100 on the money list via nine top-25s
Recorded T2 at the MCI Heritage after a closing 3-under 68, low round of the day at Harbour Town, his best effort since finishing second at the 2002 SEI Pennsylvania Classic. 2004: On the bubble for fully exempt status in the latter part of the season, made six of last seven cuts to finish No. 124. 2003: First top-10 of the season, a T10, came at the Bay Hill Invitational
Entered the PGA Championship as the No. 5 alternate, replaced injured Larry Nelson in the field, and finished T10
Finished solo eighth at Las Vegas Invitational to jump into the top 100 on the money list and secure card for 2004. 2002: Was top 50 on the money list for ninth time in his career with career-best earnings of $1,365,707
With T4 finish at The Honda Classic, was one of three players (Brad Faxon and Brett Quigley) from Rhode Island to finish in the top four there
Career-best finish at THE PLAYERS Championship, with T4, four strokes behind champion Craig Perks
Held the outright lead for three rounds at the SEI Pennsylvania Classic. Final-round 69 one back of winner Dan Forsman, who eagled the final hole. Runner-up check of $290,400 lifted him over the $1-million mark for the third consecutive season. 2001: In June, posted top-3 finishes in back-to-back weeks, at the Buick Classic (T3) and Canon Greater Hartford Open (second)
Closing 66 at PGA produced sixth-place finish, his best showing in a major since a T6 at the 1992 U.S. Open. 2000: Made one of the year's most dramatic moves up the money list after earning $765,000 for his win at the Invensys Classic at Las Vegas, the largest payday of his career. Winning week at Las Vegas moved him from 159th to 43rd on the money list. Third-round 9-under-par 63 was his lowest 18-hole score of the year. 1998: Came from behind to collect his third title at Bell Canadian Open. Rolled in 30-foot putt for par to secure a playoff with 54-hole leader Bob Friend. Won playoff with par on first extra hole. 1997: In closest race ever for top 30, his season earnings of $665,602 missed qualifying for THE TOUR Championship by $5. Entered final week of season 30th on money list, $22,595 behind Andrew Magee, who was 29th. Fell to 31st when Bill Glasson jumped from 54th to 27th with Las Vegas Invitational victory. 1995: Set then-course-record 62 at TPC River Highlands at the Canon Greater Hartford Open (broken by Kirk Triplett with 61 in 2000). 1993: At Buick Southern Open, part of five-man playoff won by John Inman. 1991: In June, became the first player in six years to win first two TOUR titles in consecutive weeks. Bernhard Langer (1985 Masters and Heritage) was previous player
Birdied first playoff hole to defeat Jeff Sluman at Kemper Open after both had carded a tournament-record 21-under-par 263
Defeated Brad Bryant by one stroke the following week in Buick Classic. Amateur: Three-time All-America at Wake Forest, where he was member of 1986 NCAA Championship team along with current TOUR player Len Mattiace
Winner of 1986 Sunnehanna Amateur and North and South Amateur