Dear Rick: I wanted to take this moment to personally thank you again so much for taking the time to speak at our first annual leadership conference. Your presence and expertise was greatly appreciated! I truly hope that you had an amazing experience impacting the lives of our future leaders. Thankfully, all of the students were impacted and had lots of positive things to say about you. I hope that you have continued success in your area of expertise and I truly hope that we can work together again in the future. Happy Holidays from our entire team here at Circle of Change!
“Over the past 6 years, Rick Sessinghaus has been working with Collin as his golf instructor, friend and mentor. As an instructor, there are many ways of teaching the game of golf and the responsibilities associated with the game. Rick Sessinghaus teaches with patience, guidance, experience, and respect.Collin enjoys golf and is aspiring to become a better player. As a result, we have had the opportunity to meet many golf instructors over the years. Rick Sessinghaus was the unanimous choice for Collin and us. Great communication skills and technical golf knowledge gives Rick the ability to teach at every level in a manner which his students, including Collin, would be able to understand.”
Blaine Morikawa- father of top junior Collin Morikawa
“About a year ago I was having many problems focusing throughout the pattern and controlling my nerves. Rick and I came up with different ways to refocus my thoughts on the good and positive aspects of riding. Through visualization and confidence Rick helped me achieve my goal of becoming a top ten rider in the world and number one in the Pacific Coast. Thank you Rick for all your help.”
—Rebecca Murray, Top 10 Nationally Equestrian
“I feel so honored to have Rick on “my team”. My entire game has improved since we have been working together, he has given me the tools to stay in the present and focus on the process instead of the outcomes. I would not be where I am today without him, and look forward to seeing what we can do in the future!”
—Krystal Shearer, 2007 California Women’s Open Champion