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Coach Camp 2016 Presenters
Feature presenters from left to right: Andrew Rice, Martin Chuck, Dana Dahlquist and Joe Mayo
Martin Chuck
After a long and storied path as a golf professional, Martin started the Tour Striker Golf Academy in the Spring of 2011 and it has become one of the most successful Golf Academy and Coaching Programs in North America. Quickly becoming one of the World's most prominent coaches, Martin Chuck developed his love and talent for the game of golf north of the border in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Like any true outlier in his given profession, Martin found himself in the shadow of two of the World's best ball strikers and Canadian Legends, Moe Norman and George Knudson. Martin worked as a teaching assistant under Knudson for several years.
Dana Dahlquist
Dana has been teaching golf for 15 years in the Long Beach area and abroad on various tours such at the PGA Tour and the European Tour. Dahlquist originally learned the golf swing from Bobby Lasken and Mac O'Grady in the 90s which led to the transcends on teaching full time while doing Morad based teachings. When on-line golf forums began to arise, Dana ran the underground Morad golf swing forum which was a unique perspective to deliver conversation and golf pictures to a world-wide audience. This led itself to future Social Media exposure. In 2006-2010 Dana began working with Andy Plummer and Mike Bennett which took some aspects of Golf Machine/Morad and took the perspective on "mechanics while keeping a pattern." In 2013, Dana began to develop mutual relations with some of golf's biomechanics and teachers such as Chris Como.
Joe Mayo
Joseph Mayo is considered by his peers as one of the foremost experts on ball flight and 3D technology used to measure it. He has given personal instruction to over 40 members of the PGA Tour, Web.com Tour and Champion's Tour. His celebrity clients include NFL Hall of Famer Marcus Allen and NBA Legend Anfernee Hardaway. Joseph is currently the Director of Instruction at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas, NV.
Andrew Rice
Andrew Rice has been teaching golf for almost 25 years and uses cutting edge teaching technology to help golfers of all abilities improve. His primary objective is to help golfers gain a simple understanding of what they need to do in order to enjoy the game more. He is one of nine TrackMan Partners and is also a SwingCatalyst Ambassador.
Dr. Morris Pickens
Dr. Morris M. Pickens received his PhD. in Sports psychology from the University of Virginia in 1995. During this time he focused his research and consulting interests in the area of golf psychology, specifically the acquisition of putting confidence. Dr. Mo has provided sports psychology consulting for numerous PGA, LPGA, Web.com and Champions tour players including Zach Johnson, Jonathan Byrd, Stewart Cink, and Nick Watney. Pickens has also provided performance enhancement consulting for other athletes including those in the NFL & MLB and conducts leadership seminars for companies of all sizes.
Matt Wilson & Corey Lundberg
Through the Curious Coaches platform, Corey Lundberg and Matt Wilson aim to leverage their own experience, the latest in motor learning research, and contributions from the best coaches in the industry to deliver actionable insights on the art of coaching. Their contact examines the essential elements of highly effective learning environments - helping coaches better facilitate lasting learning, sustained performance gains, and overall enjoyment for all golfers. They are on a constant search for more effective ways to achieve those objectives and hope to provide the Curious Coaches reader with actionable concepts for their own application.

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