Andy North is a golf champion, but that wasn't always his dream. A knee injury in junior high forced him to give up his first love, football and basketball.
At the University of Florida, his play landed him All-American honors three times. After racking up amateur victories, the Wisconsin native turned professional in 1972 and immediately embarked on a successful PGA career. He won the 1978 and 1985 U.S. Open Championships, one of only 16 men to win the event more than once. He also played on the 1978 World Cup and 1985 Ryder Cup teams and became one of the sport's top career earners. Now a successful golf commentator for ESPN, Andy will start in March of 2000 playing on the Senior PGA Tour. There's no doubt he'll continue to prove himself to be one of golf's best.
Andy North's winning ways make for a welcome addition to any corporate event.