Debbie Bean- Tragedy Of Andy Bean Wife

by Pragya Fri Oct 20 2023 Updated On Fri Oct 27 2023

Debbie Bean is the wife of the late American professional golf player Andy Bean. She lives in Lakeland, Florida. She is an American citizen of her nationality.

Marriage And Children

Debbie was married to her late husband, Andy, for a long time. The couple tied the knot back in 1978

They shared three kids, all daughters named Lauren, Lindsay, and Jordan

Debbie and Andy were husband and wife till Andy’s death parted them in 2023

Debbie Bean's late husband, Andy Bean.
Debbie Bean's late husband, Andy Bean. Source: Pinterest

About Debbie’s Late Husband Andy 

Andy was a golfer. He was known for playing on the PGA Tour and Champions Tour

Throughout his golfing career, he managed to win 11 PGA Tours. Andy was born to his parents in the year 1953

He had his birthday on March 15

Age And Net Worth 

Her husband Andy was 70 years old at the time of his death. He had a net worth of $5 to $10 Million

Andy Lost Because Of Being Impatient

Andy was known for winning the PGA Tour in his golf career. 

He was a very talented golfer and had participated in many championships. In 1988, he participated in the US Golf Open held in Brooklyn

Unfortunately, he lost the US Open. He revealed his defeat in an interview and said that his impatient nature was one of the reasons behind his loss. 

The winner of the 1988 Open was Curtis Strange, and Andy appreciated him for his fantastic gameplay. 

In 1988, Andy was an impatient guy, and that caused him to lose the match. 

The golf course wanted patience, and over the years, he managed to develop that in himself, which made him a better golfer. 

Andy’s Mindset During The Championship 

Andy had played in many championships and had managed to win them, too. 

He was asked about his mindset during the championship interview with Matt Adam.

Andy said he never took golf championships as any race or shot out and told golfers to realize the same things. 

He focused on play vision, timing, and the shots off the tee dictates during the championships. 

He also focused on the shots he could take and concentrated on hitting the spots closest to the pen. 

He had a unique strategy and mindset in the championship, and it always turned out great for him. 

Andy Hurt His Hand

Back in 1981, Andy participated in 14 tournaments

Unfortunately, he only managed to win one tournament that year and a much-unexpected thing also happened to him. 

At the beginning of the tournament, he was doing fantastic and giving his best, but sadly, he hurt his hand. 

He never thought he could ever hurt his hand during his golf career, but in 1981, somehow, it happened. 

He hit his hand en route and couldn’t play in any other tournament. 

He was out playing golf for a year, and it was one of the most demanding things he had done. 

He just sat down and looked at other players playing, which upset him. 

However, a year later, he continued playing. He was sad about his hand accident, but he accepted it, moved on with his career, and tried to forget about the mishaps in 1981

What Happened To Andy? 

Andy spent his life playing golf. He was one of the best golfers in the world, but sadly, he is no more. 

He died on October 14, 2023, at his house. He went through double transplant lung surgery six weeks ago and was in his recovery phase. 

However, he couldn't make it, which resulted in his death. Andy had to go through lung surgery after he got covid. 

Covid infected him, and because of that virus, his lungs were damaged entirely. 

He needed transplantation surgery, but due to some problem in the surgery, he passed away. 

His family and close ones are deeply affected by his death. 

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