Andrew Park

Born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, Andrew Park began playing golf at the age of 11. After being selected to play on the South African Junior National Team for both baseball and golf, Andrew decided to pursue a career in golf. In August of 1987, Andrew left South Africa to attend Brevard College on a golf scholarship. While studying at Brevard he won two tournaments and made All-State as well as All-American teams. After completing two years at Brevard, Andrew transferred to the University of South Alabama. During his two years there, he won two tournaments and made the All-Conference team as well as the NCAA All-American 2nd team. He graduated from South Alabama with a B.A. in Communications.

In January 1993, Andrew turned professional and won twice on the mini-tours. He then returned to South Africa to play on their PGA tour, scoring several top ten finishes and one win. It was 1997 that Andrew felt the desire to become an instructor. Andrew worked David Leadbetter Golf Academy in Bradenton, Florida for three years, helping some of the world’s top juniors. In 1999 to 2000 Andrew worked at Warwick Hills Golf and Country Club helping PGA and LPGA Tour players and some the world's top players.In October 2000 he moved to Orlando, where he became personal assistant for David Leadbetter and continued to work with some of the world's best players.

In 2010 Andrew became the Director of Player Development for David Leadbetter. In 2011 Andrew became the Director for LGA Worldwide. In 2012 Andrew also became the Director of Instruction for the Beijing Provincial Team. In 2013 Andrew became the Director of Instruction for David Leadbetter. In 2014 after working for 17 years under David Leadbetter, Andrew decided to open up his own Academy.

Andrew currently teaches players on the PGA Tour, LPGA, European Tour, and the Tour as well as some of the World's top collegiate golfers and juniors. Besides teaching, Andrew has written for and appeared in golf publications across Europe, Asia and the United States as well as appearing on international golf shows.