Born November 22, 1988 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Andrew Loupe has always been ready to make his mark on the professional golf scene. Coming off of a successful collegiate career at LSU, Loupe is poised to continue that trajectory.  While at LSU, Loupe was a two-time First-Team All-SEC selection, two-time Honorable Mention All-America selection, and named to the SEC academic honor roll all four years.   Loupe’s scoring average is 73.00, which is tied for the number 5 spot on LSU’s career list since 1982.

Loupe turned pro in 2011, and earned Tour status for the 2013 season.  During the Tour Championship that year, the final Tour playoff event, Loupe earned his 2014 PGA TOUR card after sinking a pressure putt on the 18th hole for a T6 finish.

Loupe’s favorite memory during his 2014 PGA TOUR campaign was playing in the last group during the Valero Texas Open.  It’s a memory and an opportunity that Andrew hopes to capitalize upon again.

Andrew does a lot of traveling on the golf circuit, and he’s always got music with him. The right tunes pump him up for a big day on the course, and that definitely plays a role in his success. Having graduated from the university, Loupe’s favorite college team is LSU. His favorite professional football team is the New Orleans Saints. Andrew’s parents, Jack & Gayle, fostered his love for the game of golf at a young age.  Gayle is a graduate of LSU and Jack is a graduate of LSU’s School of Medicine.

Loupe is a Baton Rouge native and currently resides there.  His favorite movie is Training Day, favorite food is crawfish, and favorite course to play is Pebble Beach. Loupe was also a high school standout in basketball, earning all-state honors twice and named the 2005-2006 Athlete of the Year by the Advocate.