Andrew Magee Personal Notes
Born in Paris, where his father worked in the oil business.
With Gary McCord, helped conduct the Santa Claus Classic, a charity pro-am which ran from 1994-2003 at TPC Scottsdale.
With Scott Verplank and Brian Watts, runs the ClubCorp Pro-Am in Dallas to benefit the health clinic at his former junior high school.
Finished third at the 1998 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic one week after tangling with chainsaw at his Phoenix home. While cutting a limb, the saw slipped and hit his left-index finger. In comment that typifies his unique sense of humor, he remarked: "There are better ways to weaken the grip on your left hand, don't you think?".
Won the 1999 Southern Company Citizenship Award for work with charities.
Underwent Achilles tendon surgery in October 2003.
Worked briefly in television for Golf Channel, serving in an analyst's role.
Favorite television shows include "Intervention", "Breaking Bad", and "Parenthood".
Outside of Golf, enjoys watching college football on TV.
His favorite team as a kid was the Chelsea FC.
Says he'd love to trade places for a day with Bernhard Langer (" ‘cause he's a stud!").
His first job was as a paperboy.
Favorite meal is lobster and broccoli.
One talent he'd like to have is to be a helicopter pilot.
Favorite movie is "Blazing Saddles.".
A favorite athlete in another sport is Roger Federer.
One course he'd love to play is Sand Hills in Nebraska.
His most memorable vacation was going to Europe with his family.
His most memorable shot was his 3-iron on the 90th hole at the 1991 Las Vegas Invitational.
Is involved with the The Semper Fi Fund, which provides financial assistance to wounded Marines and their families while they recover.
If he's not playing golf enjoys road biking.
Bucket list includes traveling around the world with his kids.