Steven Lorick is the Director of Golf Performance for TrainSmart Fitness at Waialae Country Club in Hawaii and an NASM Master Instructor. In these capacities he has written numerous golf fitness workshops as well as contributed towards certifications worldwide.
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Early Life and Education
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Steven earned his degree at the University of Utah, while also attending Golf Academy of America and Titleist Performance Institute. Additionally, he currently serves as head coach for Hawai’i Pacific University’s men’s and women’s golf teams and conducts golf fitness workshops through HyBridZone.
Steven Lorick was an Army Ranger and member of the U.S. Presidential Escort, earning a Military Merit Congressional Award for his services as an escort. Additionally, Lorick played on Morehouse College’s football team while also holding various executive directorship positions within First Tee of Coachella Valley Golf Center.
Dr. Johnson holds over 20 advanced certifications in fitness education, and is widely recognized by Titleist Performance Institute, Nike Golf, and National Academy of Sports Medicine as a golf subject matter expert. Additionally, HyBridZone LLC was created under his direction as a sports performance and business consulting company in Hawaii.
His expertise has been sought out by numerous golf champions – including PGA Tour pro Se Ri Pak. Furthermore, he is certified USA golf ambassador and author of multiple books.
Achievement and Honors
Steven Lorick received a 2012 Community Leadership Award from the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition. This recognition goes to individuals who make sports-, physical activity- and fitness-related programs available in their communities. Lorick serves as head golf coach of both Hawaii Pacific University men’s and inaugural women’s golf teams and also director of golf performance at Waialae Country Club; additionally he was an expert for David Leadbetter (subject matter expert), holding over 20 advanced certifications in golf and fitness education.
Mia is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Civil Appeals and practices commercial litigation, real estate litigation, energy litigation and civil appeals. She has extensive jury trial and bench trial experience.
Steven Lorick left his high-profile position working alongside golf guru David Leadbetter in Orlando, Florida to move to Coachella Valley and assume leadership of an important program and facility of his choice – The First Tee Academy and Center in Palm Desert. Through education and experience gained in Orlando, Florida he plans to build First Tee’s reputation as an elite youth golf academy and center.
He holds two Masters of Business Administration from Georgetown University’s McDonough School and Walsh School of Foreign Service as well as an MBA from ESADE Business School in Spain, along with over 20 advanced certifications in golf and fitness education.
Mia is a Board Certified Law Specialist in Civil Appeals who also conducts jury and bench trials as part of her private practice. Mia is recognized as an advocate for diversity and inclusion within the legal profession.
Steven Lorick is an esteemed golf coach renowned for writing several books and speaking internationally for organizations like the PGA of America and Nike. Additionally, he serves as CEO of HyBridZone Sports Performance Consultancy which specializes in golf fitness training at various prestigious country clubs around the country.
Dr. Jonathan Lees-Evans holds a doctorate of education from the University of Southern California with research focused on golf performance pedagogy, two MBAs from Georgetown University’s McDonough School and Walsh School of Foreign Service as well as one from ESADE Business School in Europe, and graduated with honors from Golf Academy of America.
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