Bo Gard – USPTA MS Chapter President

Bo Gard

“I started to use the Eye Coach in all my lessons with kids and adults of all ages. It is a great tool for teaching how to keep your head still and also helps me tremendously to correct technical issues such as feet positioning and follow through. Besides that, the eye coach provides a great cardio workout. I strongly recommend that each tennis family…

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Carolyn Healey – Owner of Tennis Perfections in Australia

Carolyn Healey

“Over the 35 years I’ve been coaching tennis, I’ve been searching for products that would enhance the lessons I teach. The incredible Eye Coach definitely fits this criteria, enabling me and my pupils to practice all strokes rain, hail or shine.  I could not recommend it more highly.” Owner of Tennis Perfections in Queensland, Australia  – T/A Club Professional  – NSWLTPA Examiner/Tester for 8…

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Craig Johnson – Owner of famous Grip ‘N Rip Junior Tennis System

Craig Johnson

“Hitting on the Eye Coach is such an effective yet simple way to dramatically improve everyone’s ball striking ability. It’s so important to establish the proper strike zone and then reinforce it with repetition. The Eye Coach does this! Love it and recommend it for anyone at any level”. Tennis Director of prestigious Davis Cup Site  – Director Newport Beach Tennis Club  – Owner…

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Doug Cash – CEO of CashFlowTennis

“Billie Jean King’s Eye coach not only makes it easier for coaches, it opens a whole new marketing approach for club owners and directors. “Come hit with the pro for 30 minutes and Billie Jean King’s Eye Coach.” After 10 minutes on the eye coach they will feel the difference…”

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Dr. Bryce Young – USTA Hall of Fame for Sports Science Education

Bryce Young

“Our Mental Game Coaching with young tennis players often begins with Focusing and Concentration techniques. Reinforcing and strengthening the eye at contact can both be done anywhere using the Eye Coach! Focus at contact becomes a habit. Player concentration and tennis skill improves together… the Eye Coach really works!” USTA Hall of Fame Award for Sports Science Education  – International Sports Psychologist & Tennis…

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Dr. Ron Woods – USPTA National Coach of the Year

Ron Woods

“In more than 40 years of coaching, this is one of the most effective and efficient systems for learning tennis that will accelerate the rate of learning and improvement. The Eye Coach helps players learn to track and time the contact with the ball at the same time they are practicing their stroke technique. The result is rapid learning, a feeling of self-confidence and…

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Feisal Hassan – USPTA 2011 National Member of the Year

Feisal Hassan

USPTA 2011 National Member of the Year  – 12 Time USPTA Division/State Pro of the Year  – Co-chairs USPTA National Youth Education Committee  – USTA Master Professional Certification  – Co-Chairs USPTA College Curriculum and Testing committees “Ready position.  Grip.  Backswing.  Point of Contact.  Follow-through.  These are the stroke components that have been drilled into us when taking lessons.  And they are important components of…

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Garth Heagerty – USTA National Tennis Facility of the Year

garth heagerty

“The original “home” of the Eye! Establishing balance at contact and training the eye are the core components that have helped us improve more than 5,000 tennis players of all ages and skills at our Academy.” We now train over 500 students a week on only 6 courts! The Eye Coach gives our staff the winning edge.”  – USTA National Tennis Facility of the…

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Grady McKee – Board of Directors Dallas Pro Tennis Association

Grady McKee

“The Eye Coach is the focal point of all our development classes…Junior Academy, Summer Camp, Cardio Tennis, and Private Lessons. The program creates an environment to accelerate all levels of players to technically sound repetition without over coaching. The Eye Coach reinforces the Conscious Competency model of learning with the highest rate of success creating easier training for all coaches with less vocabulary and…

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