Seven Conference Titles | Five NCAA Championship Appearances | Four All-Americans | One Rhodes Scholar | One Individual National Champion

Andrew McKinney
Andrew McKinney
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Danville, Ky.
High School: Danville

2015-16 (So.)

SAA Academic Honor Roll
T-4th - Jim English Centre Invite
T-7th - Rhodes Mirimichi Spring Classic
Low round: 70 (Jim English Centre Invite) 

2014-15 Season (Fr.):

McKinney appeared in four tournaments in the fall with a scoring average of 74. His best finish of the fall came at the Oglethorpe Fall Invitational, October 6-7, 2014 where he carded rounds of 71-73 to finish tied for 8th place. In the spring McKinney finished 7th at the SAA Championships to earn All-SAA honors, as well as two additional season-low rounds of 71.

 

2013 Season (High School Sr.):

McKinney played in 10 tournaments during his senior year of high school, posting a scoring average of 72. His season included a win at the Garrard County Golden Lion Invitational where he shot 71 and a win at Region where he shot 71. His low round of 69 came at the Lafayette Invitational where he finished third. He finished 10th at the KHSAA State Tournament, shooting round of 77-72 and was a member of the All-State Team.

 

Career Bests:

Best Finish - T 8th at the Oglethorpe Fall Invitational, October 6-7, 2014

Low Round - 71 at the Oglethorpe Fall Invitational, October 6-7, 2014

Low 36-Hole - 144 (71-73) at the Oglethorpe Fall Invitational, October 6-7, 2014

Low 54-Hole – N/A

If you could put together your dream foursome for an 18-hole round of golf, who would it be and where would you play?

- Myself, George W. Bush, Rory McIlroy, and Derek Jeter at Augusta National Golf Club

If you could invite anyone — living or from the past — to spend a weekend with you at Centre, who would it be and why?

- Jason Dufner because who doesn’t love his vibrant personality?

When you get frustrated on the golf course, what keeps you from losing your poise/cool?

- Staying focused on the next hole and the next shot and the next chance to make a birdie.

Ten years from now, what do you hope to be doing?

- Hopefully be involved in some kind of state politics.