Albers, Kristi
Alcott, Amy
Alfredsson, Helen
Ammaccapane, Danielle
Ammaccapane, Dina
Anderson, Janet
Andrews, Donna
Atsedes, Lori
Austin, Debbie
Bartholomew, Jean
Baugh, Laura
Bemvenuti, Luciana
Benz, Amy
Berning, Susie
Berteotti, Missie
Blalock, Jane
Bowen, Nanci
Bradley, Pat
Breer, Murle
Britz, Jerilyn
Bryan, Mary
Bunkowsky, Barb
Burton, Brandie
Caldabaugh (a), Tama
Caponi, Donna
Carner, JoAnne
Christa Johnson / Hollis Stacy,
Coe-Jones, Dawn
Crafter, Jane
Crosby, Elaine
Cusimano, Dede
Daniel, Beth
Daugherty, Diane
Davies, Karen
Davies, Laura
DeLuca, Annette
DePaulo, Lisa
Dibos, Alicia
Dickinson, Judy
Doolan, Wendy
Dormann, Dana
Drew, Heather
Dunn-Bohls, Moira
Eaton, Kim (a)
Eggeling, Dale
Elaine Crosby / Gail Graham,
Elaine Crosby / Nancy Scranton,
Ertl, Sue
Estill, Michelle
Figg-Currier, Cindy
Figueras-Dotti, Marta
Finney, Allison
Fruhwirth, Amy
Gail Graham / Hollis Stacy,
Gallagher-Smith, Jackie
Geddes, Jane
Gibson, Ellie
Gibson, Janice
Graham, Gail
Grimes, Lisa
Hamlin, Shelley
Hanson, Tracy
Harvey, Nancy
Hayes, Patty
Haynie, Sandra
Hiestand (a), Mary Jane
Howe, Lauren
Hurst, Pat
Imrie, Kathryn
Inkster, Juli
Iverson, Becky
Jan Stephenson / Jenny Lidback,
Jan Stephenson / Lorie Kane,
Jane Blalock / Allison Finney,
Jeray, Nicole
Johnson, Christa
Johnson, Trish
Johnston-Forbes, Cathy
Jones, Marjorie
Jones, Rosie
Kane, Lorie
Kean, Laurel
Killeen, Denise
King, Betsy
Koch, Carin
Kohlhaas, Jeannette
Kuong (a), Pam
Laurie Rinker / Donna Caponi,
Lidback, Jenny
Liselotte Neumann / Alicia Dibos,
Little, Sally
Loeb, Kelly (a)
Lopez, Nancy
Lori West / Cindy Miller,
Lovander, Marilyn
Mallon, Meg
Mann, Carol
Massey, Debbie
McGann, Michelle
Michelle McGann / Suzy Whaley,
Miller, Alice
Miller, Cindy
Moore, Mindy
Moxness, Barb
Mucha, Barb
Myers, Terry-Jo
Nancy Lopez / Betsy King,
Nancy Lopez / Michelle McGann,
Nause, Martha
Neumann, Liselotte
Nicholas, Alison
Nilsmark, Catrin
Nilsson, Pia
Nomura, Mieko
Palli, Anne Marie
Palmer, Sandra
Panton Lewis, Catherine
Parker, Kristal
Pat Bradley / Barb Mucha,
Pat Hurst / Juli Inkster,
Pat Hurst / Nancy Scranton,
Patti Rizzo / Michele Redman,
Patti Rizzo / Michelle Redman,
Pearson Tucker, Paula
Piers, Julie
Pitcock, Joan
Rarick, Cindy
Read, Amy
Redman, Michele
Redman, Susie
Rinker, Laurie
Rizzo, Patti
Rowland, Liz
Schreyer, Cindy
Scranton, Nancy
Sevil, Jenny
Shanahan Rowe, Laura
Sheehan, Patty
Skinner, Val
Stacy, Hollis
Steinhauer, Sherri
Stephenson, Jan
Tombs, Tina
Trish Johnson / Laura Davies,
Trish Johnson / Lorie Kane,
Tschetter, Kris
Turner, Sherri
Walker, Colleen
Ward, Wendy
West, Lori
Whitworth, Kathy
Will, Maggie
Wyatt, Jennifer
Young-Robyn, Kathryn
 

 

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Patti Rizzo
Residence: Coral Gables, FL
Birth Date: 06/19/60
Birth Place: Hollywood, FL
Education: University of Miami
LPGA Rookie: 1982
Years in LPGA: 20
LPGA Wins: 4
Holes-in-One: 5

LEGENDS SEASON OVERVIEW

EVENTS: 2 WINS: 0
TOP TENS: 0 EARNINGS: $6,401.00

LEGENDS CAREER OVERVIEW

EVENTS: 29 WINS: 0
TOP TENS: 3 OFFICIAL MONEY*: $73,475.00
    UNOFFICIAL MONEY: $38,116.00
  *Official Money applies to Legends Tour career rankings.
1982 LPGA Rookie of the Year. Winner of 9 Japanese LPGA Tour events. Inducted into University of Miami Hall of Fame in 1995. Can speak three languages - English, French and Japanese. Mother of Gabriela and Severiano. Head coach of the women's golf program at University of Miami.

Golf Tip: Reverse Pivot Tip
One of the most prevalent faults with amateur golfers is a reverse pivot. I have notice that one in every three amateurs have a faulty tendency to shift their weight in the opposite direction while swinging the club. This leads to loss of distance and control. Let me explain...The transfer of weight is a fundamental element in a successful golf swing. It creates momentum which is vital in hitting a good shot. While at address, your weight should be equally distributed on each leg. During the backswing, your weight must be shifted to the right leg. This is done by turning your weight onto the right leg and hip. It is not a sway to the right but a turn. Imagine you are in a big round barrel. You can also lift the left leg and feel all the weight distributed on the right leg. Once you are set on the right leg this enables you to have a powerful motion to follow the natural progression of the body movement and transfer all that weight from the right leg to the left leg. Again in a barrel and not a slide or sway. The object is to move the weight first away from and then towards the target. It is not important to keep the head still but important to keep the head back behind the ball at all times. Be sure to finish high. Your results will be increased power and accuracy. Good luck!

 

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