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Martino, Rick 1947-

MARTINO, Rick 1947-


Born June 10, 1947, in Silver Spring, MD; son of Patrick (a realtor) and Betty (an analysis manager; maiden name, Conant) Martino; married, 1970; wife's name, Gail (divorced); children: Tim, Wendy. Education: University of Maryland, B.S., 1970.


Home—5883 Southeast Riverboat Dr., Stuart, FL 34997. Office—Professional Golfers Association, 100 Avenue of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410. E-mail—[email protected].


Professional Golfers Association, Palm Beach Gardens, FL, director of instruction, 1998—. Turner Network Television (TNT), golf commentator.


Professional Golfers Association (master professional).


Named National Teacher of the Year, Professional Golfers Association, 1997.


(With Don Wade) The PGA Manual of Golf, Warner Books (New York, NY), 2002.

Contributor to magazines, including Golf, Golf Digest, Golf Illustrated, and Journal of Human Movement Studies.



Desert Sun (Palm Springs, CA), September 26, 2002, review of The PGA Manual of Golf, p. D2.

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