Andy Bean, a well-known figure in the professional golf world with 11 PGA Tour wins, has died at the age of 70, as announced on Saturday by the PGA Tour.

The golfing community is mourning the loss of Andy Bean. His contributions to the sport will be cherished as he was a magnificent figure.

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Cause of death-

The exact reason for his death has not been disclosed by PGA. However, according to sources, Bean had a double lung replacement operation last month after having trouble with COVID-19.

Net worth-

Andy Bean’s net worth as of 2023 is $6 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. The primary source of his fortune is the result of his successful professional golf career.


Andy Bean was born on March 13, 1953. He died at the age of 70.

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American golfer Andy Bean was a well-known figure in the game. He played on the Champions Tour as well as the PGA Tour. On the PGA Tour, he won 11 times in total, three of them at the Doral Eastern Open and two at the Isuzu Kapalua International. 

In the 1980 PGA Championship, the 1983 Open Championship, and the 1989 PGA Championship, Bean also finished in second place. He honed his golfing skills at the University of Florida, where he earned the title of a three-time All-American and contributed to the Gators’ victory in the 1973 NCAA championship. His professional journey began in 1975, and he clinched his inaugural PGA Tour title at the Doral Eastern Open in 1977.

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Bean notably represented the U.S. Ryder Cup team in 1979 and 1987. His remarkable contributions to the world of golf culminated in his induction into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2016.


He was married to Debbie Bean. They had three children – Lauren, Lindsay, and Jordan.