Andy was introduced to the game at a young age by his father. He competed in his first tournament when he was five. Walker loves competition. He thrives on it. His motto is, “I don’t have a passion for golf as much as I have a passion for competitive golf.”
Andy first tasted national collegiate success as a student-athlete, winning the 1997 NCAA National Championship at Pepperdine University. During his three years as a Pepperdine Wave, Walker was a two-time All-West Coast Conference selection and the 1997 WCC Individual Champion.
"I grew up in Phoenix so I dont do cool weather, so thirty degrees, forty mile per hour winds and rain added to the pressure but no more pressure than I put on myself."
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Walker has over a decade of professional touring experience and has coached at the collegiate and professional levels, earning nine Coach of the Year award designations.