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Auf der Homepage von Rick Smith findet sich folgende Beschreibung:
In addition to achieving great success in golf as a teacher, designer and communicator, Rick Smith is regarded as one of the PGA Tour’s best sounding boards for swing advice. In 2009, Rick was ranked as the number two golf instructor in the world by PGA Tour players and since 2000, Rick has been consistently ranked as one of the top ten golf instructors in the world; both polls were done by Golf Digest Magazine.
Rick’s brand continues to expand globally, as he and Phil Mickelson have partnered and are currently designing nine golf courses and establishing Mickelson-Smith Learning Institutes in China. The MSLI are state of the art facilities for golf instruction, fitness and nutrition. Smith has worked with some of the most accomplished and recognizable professional golfers in the world. His notable clients have included major champions such as Jack Nicklaus, Phil Mickelson, Lee Janzen, Vijay Singh, David Duval, Paul Azinger, John Daly and Greg Norman. Adding to that list, Rick has assisted PGA Tour winners Rory Sabbatini, Chris DiMarco, Rocco Mediate, Jerry Kelly, Billy Mayfair, Matt Kuchar, and Billy Andrade among others.
Foto: Archiv: Rick Smith 2008 in Akron, Ohio. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
1. How To Make A Big Turn
Try Rick Smith’s new backswing key for gaining distance.
2. Get Out Of The Rough
Rick Smith explains the secret to escaping the rough.
3. Sink More Four-Footers
Sure up your stroke with Rick Smith’s favorite alignment check.
4. The Lob Shot
Open-and-shut case: Maintain an open clubface past impact to produce a higher ball flight
5. The Fried-Egg Lie
How to beat a fried-egg lie from Golf Digest Teaching Professional Rick Smith.