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July 18, 2018

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April 3, 2018
The absolute best golf teacher I ever had. His stories were hilarious. His eye for a swing was incredible. His teachings were clear and functional. It was a privilege to know you Phil.
April 3, 2018
Best coach. Ever. They did not call him God on tour for nothing. RIP Phil.
January 23, 2018
I was able to watch Phil Ritson teach years ago at Orange County National. He was definitely someone who had a great impact on golf and was an incredibly intelligent man. Thanks for everything that you have done for golf.
October 6, 2017
I knew of Phil Ritson long before he approached me on the driving range at Orange Co. National in Orlando. I was there for a tournament, hitting range balls when he walked up and tapped me on the shoulder. He was incredibly polite and made a suggestion about my take-a-way and wrist hinge. Immediately I started hitting everything pure and straight. I shot 68 that day, and upon returning home, my golf buddies called it the Ritson Hinge.. As it is in golf, the magic eventually faded and on a few later occasions I traveled to Orlando for personal lessons. I still have the video lessons and I will treasure them. A great, gentle man. God Bless you Mr. Ritson. I will not forget you.