Dr. Christian Reichardt
Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician and Fitness Guru
Christian Reichardt, DC, CCSP, became one of the first Certified Chiropractic Sports Physicians in the U.S.A. in 1986, as well as a Diplomat of the American Academy of Pain Management. His practice in Santa Monica, California, draws a large clientele of Hollywood celebrities, as well as professional and amateur athletes. He has worked with a number of U.S. Olympic Team members and Golf professionals. Being an avid golfer himself, he has been learning about the importance of properly fitting equipment and became a Master Club Fitter in 2005.
Dr. Reichardt has written an Assessment and Outcome protocol for the PGA Teaching Manual and lectures about it in PGA Continuing Education. He was also a staff instructor for the United States Golf Fitness Association. His expertise in the physical components of golf, as well as in golf education, resulted in an invitation to the Golf 20/20 task force.
Dr. Reichardt’s innovative concepts about golf education and fitness are endorsed by a number of pro players as well as doctors from the medical and chiropractic fields. Consequently, besides maintaining an active practice, Dr. Reichardt is a much-requested lecturer and teacher at golf events and tournaments.
Retired Army Major General
IPAC is lucky to have retired Major General Dennis Kenneally as a friend of IPAC. His distinguished career includes military, government and civilian service. He has served at the federal, state and local government levels, including in two presidential administrations. In the private sector, Kenneally was a consultant to the president and CEO of Maxim Systems, a Department of Defense contractor, vice president of Pedus Services, a large international multi-service company providing private security and facilities management services with offices in San Diego and Los Angeles Counties, and president and CEO of the Center for Technical Services, Inc.
Retired Major General Kenneally also has started and owned his own business in public relations and association management. He has an MBA with emphasis in management and marketing, and has managed political, public relations and advertising campaigns.
One of the best clubhead designers in the business is Clay Long. He has designed golf clubs for numerous OEM’s, including MacGregor, Nicklaus, Cobra and KZG. Also, he was the designer of the first MOI putter (used by Jack Nicklaus to win the 1986 Masters).
Long attended the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) on a golf scholarship and finished his formal education with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering in 1975. He began his career in the golf business with MacGregor Golf Co. in 1980 as a manufacturing engineer and moved into product development in 1983. His 32-year career has spanned a variety of product innovations and technologies, ranging from handmade master models for persimmon drivers and forged irons to today’s computer-designed titanium metal woods, cavity back investment cast irons and precision high performance putters.
After forming Plus 2 International, Inc., in 1992 and acting as chief designer for Progroup and Arnold Palmer, Clay developed such innovations as thePHD hosel weighted iron. This design was used by Arnold Palmer, Steve Stricker, and Tom Wargo.
Being a true golfer at heart, Clay stills maintains a +2 handicap and a limited competitive schedule.He has played in three US Amateurs, nine U.S. Mid-Amateurs and one British Amateur.
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Dr. Jerry Teplitz
Marketing Guru (www.teplitz.com)
IPAC is glad to have Dr. Teplitz part of the team. His background is extensive and covers everything from marketing and public relations to employee productivity.
Dr. Teplitz has studied and received Masters and Doctorate Degrees in Wholistic Health Sciences, and over the last 32 years, has gained wide-spread acknowledgement for his expertise in helping others achieve their ultimate best in all areas of life.
Dr. Teplitz has been a field manager for the Carlson Learning Company, (now Inscape Publishing), since 1979, and President of his own consulting firm since 1974. A Certified Brain Gym Instructor, Jerry conducts seminars in the areas of stress management, employee productivity, and sales development. The list of clients Dr. Teplitz has consulted for include such organizations as: Century 21, IBM, Holiday Inns, International Management Council, EDS, American Bankers Association, American Society of Association Executives, and American Accounting Association.
Engineer and Inventor of Trajecto Ware Software (TrajectoWare.com)
Dave is an engineer, with degrees from the City College of New York and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and postgraduate work in computer science at the University of Pennsylvania.
When he retired from Bell Labs in 2002 after a 40-year career there in engineering and software development, he turned his efforts to golf club technology.
Dave is now the president of Tutelman Research and inventor of the clubfitting technology, Trajecto Ware. He has also been a leader in the MOI movement since the early 1990’s and firmly believes in MOI matching each set of golf clubs. For more about Dave, see his web site, which has articles from his golf club research.