Mr. Jim Flick is a former teacher of me has died of cancer at the age of 82 on Monday 05 November.
Although you might not even those who do not know, Jim Flick is a coach of Jack Nicklaus, I have more than
I am a principal of a golf academy that used to belong to before.
Contact with the obituary of Jim Flick, continued to honor the appearance that Byoma fight until the end, I
express condolences. I immediately put one
I’d like to make a farewell speech only, we will pray for us from distant lands.
I would heartily condolence to the family of everyone.
”There have been only a handful of people in my life, who I can say with conviction influenced me both inside
and outside the ropes. It’s been well documented how Jim and I forged a special relationship at the 1990
Tradition, when his keen eye and his knowledge of the game–and my game–helped me find myself that week
and led to my first senior victory. It was at that point after Jim first worked with me, that he came to me and
said, ‘Jack, you have got a legacy in the game of golf, and don’t you think that legacy should be documented
and used?’ And I said, ‘Yes.’ Jim then took it upon himself to be the messenger of that legacy. So we started
the Nicklaus-Flick Golf Schools, but more important, a close friendship that has lasted for decades. The word
legacy is fitting for Jim, because he cared about teaching young people as much as anyone. As an ambassador
and caretaker of the game of golf, Jim loved the sport and simply wanted to share it with the world. He has not
only touched my life and career, but he has influenced hundreds, if not thousands, of people over the years.
“Jim should be remembered as one of the all-time great teachers. He is one of the few who you could say
really ‘got it.’ Jim was someone who understood that the game of golf was played with the golf club and not
the body. He was a great teacher, a great man, and a great friend. Barbara and I will miss him a lot.”
– Jack Nicklaus