Billy Andrade of the PGA Champions Tour offers instructional golf tips to help boomers improve their game.

Billy Andrade is an American professional golfer who is 4-time PGA Tour Champion, has 56-career PGA Tour Top Ten Finishes, and 11 Champions Tour Top Ten Finishes (since joining in 2014). He attended Wake Forest University and in 2004 was inducted into the Wake Forest Sports Hall of Fame. Billy is highly respected among his peers and known to be one of the most entertaining and sought-after PGA Tour Players for corporate outings, sponsorships and events.

Billy is an active contributor to charity. He, along with fellow PGA Tour winner Brad Faxon, have raised over $15 million for children’ charities in the Rhode Island and Massachusetts areas. In addition, Billy, and fellow PGA Tour winner Stewart Cink, co-host the East Lake Invitational raising more than $2 million for the East Lake Foundation since its inception.

Billy is highly respected among his peers for his charitable efforts and known on the PGA Tour as a great leader, role model and spokesperson. He is highly sought-after for corporate outings, sponsorships and events.

Billy resides in Atlanta Georgia with his wife Jodie and two children, Cameron and Grace.