Paul Azinger was a professional golfer and is now a TV announcer for the PGA tour.
During his golf career, Paul Azinger won 12 times on the PGA tour, including 1 major (the PGA Championship).
In 1993, Azinger was diagnosed with cancer and was forced to undergo chemotherapy to battle the disease. He wrote a book about his fight with cancer and finished off his recovery by winning the Sony Open in 2000.
Paul started his TV career with ABC and ESPN in 2005 and most recently, took over for retiring Johnny Miller on NBC in 2018.
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