Paul Azinger Bio
Paul Azinger is a professional golfer and Tv golf analyst as of now working for NBC Sports. On the PGA Tour won 12 championships. Azinger after Johnny Miller retired in October 2018 joined NBC Sports. He also occasionally appears as a golf analyst at FOX Sports at the U.S Women’s Open and U.S. Open. Azinger served at ABC Sports and ESPNas a lead analyst before joining NBC Sports.
Paul Azinger Age
Azinger was born in Holyoke, Massachusetts in the United States, on January 6, 1960. He is 62 years old.
Paul Azinger Height
He stands at a height of 6 ft 2 inches/Approx 1.88 m tall.
Paul Azinger Education
Azinger joined Sarasota High School for his high school diploma. He joined Brevard Community College for his further studies later in the late 1970s. Azinger landed at the Bay Hill Golf Academy for a job that allowed him more practice time in Orlando. And earned a scholarship in Tallahassee to Florida State University in the summer.
Paul Azinger Family
Azinger was born in 1960 in Holyoke, Massachusetts in the United States to his caring and loving parents Jean and Ralph. His father Ralph was a navigator in the U.S. Air Force and retired lieutenant colonel and later on, retired in 1972 as a businessman. Azinger’s mother was called Jean who was an experienced golfer and died in 2016.
Paul Azinger Wife
Azinger is married to his caring and pretty wife Toni. The couple got married in 1982 and first met at FSU. The duo has two beautiful daughters namely Sarah Jean Collins. And Josie Azinger Mark, and the grandparents of Houston and Campbell.
Paul Azinger Children
Azinger and Toni are proud parents of two nice-looking daughters. Namely Sarah Jean Collins Paul and Josie Azinger Mark Paul.
Paul Azinger Salary
Azinger earns an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, according to PGA Tour Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Paul Azinger’s Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Paul Azinger Career
Azinger started his career at the age of 5 years. In seven seasons on the PGA Tour had won eleven tournaments between 1987 and 1993. His best game was against Greg Norman in 1993 when Paul won the 1993 PGA Championship.
Azinger also participated at Muirfield in the 1987 Open Championship where Azinger left Muirfield without. The Claret Jug trophy and was one shot behind Nick Faldo with 71st and 72nd holes. In December 1993, Azinger was diagnosed with his right shoulder with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, however.
He underwent treatment that included five weeks of radiation in California and six months of chemotherapy. Azinger in Hawaii at the Sony Open won the 2000 tournament in seven seasons moreover. He in Louisville at Valhalla Golf Club became the 2008 captain of the U.S. Ryder Cup where he lead the European squad In addition, in 1999 the team to its first victory in addition.