Scott McNealy – Why it’s more important to raise kids with good fundamentals and principles than it is to try to raise a professional athlete, What is the best thing to do to improve any entity – business, company or golf facility – and what is the number one question to ask when doing so? What it was like being Golf Digest’s number one ranked golfing CEO in the country and did that help or hurt the business?
Andrew Rice - A career in Coaching/Teaching, why he's OK not teaching PGA Tour pro's, and how life's challenges lead to future success.
I came to the realization I was not all the way in and I came to the realization that I had not been all the way in. I was kinda of complacent and treading water." -Andrew Rice
Andrew Rice (TW - @andrewricegolf, FB- @andrewricegolf, IG – andrewricegolf) has been teaching and coaching golfers of all levels for 25 years. Andrew is a Revolution Golf Staff Instructor, a TrackMan Master, and one of nine Trackman University Partners in the world. He is also a Swing Catalyst Ambassador.
Andrew started his teaching and coaching career in the 1990's with the world famous Leadbetter Academy in Florida. In the late 1990's he moved on to become the Director of Instruction at Berkeley Hall in Bluffton, South Carolina. From there he moved to his current position as Director of Instruction at The Golf Club at Savannah Harbour, at the Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa. In 2017, Andrew was named to Golf Digest's Top 50 Teachers in America and Golf Magazine Top 100 Instructors.
In his spare time, Andrew has written an on-line book 'It's All About Impact' and has produced three videos and DVD's - 'The Wedge Project', 'The Complete Project' and 'The Off-Season Project'.
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