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Article: World’s Best Coach Signs with World’s Best Snooker Player

World’s Best Coach Signs with World’s Best Snooker Player

SightRight darts inventor, Steve Feeney, has started working with the world’s most gifted snooker player, Ronnie O'Sullivan, two months after securing the 2018 World Snooker Championship with Mark Williams. Multiple World Champion coach Steve Feeney's decades long commitment to sighting and alignment in accuracy in darts, golf and snooker sees the world’s leading players demanding his unique skill set so they can reach their true potential. Steve Feeney, SightRight Darts inventor, said: "Working with Mark and Ronnie is a dream come true for me and the result of over 20 years work in the field of sighting and alignment yet we still have a long way to go in helping every dart, golf and snooker player across the world understand the power they have in their own ability to simply see straight and deliver their very best performances". Ian Flack, Sales and Marketing Director of Winmau, added: "We've worked with Steve through SightRight for nearly 10 years and it never ceases to amaze us how quickly SightRight principles help dart players learn to sight the target perfectly in relation to their eye dominance which dramatically reduces the need to rely on spatial awareness in the throw. Steve's passion for helping dart players be the absolute best they can be is matched by us at Winmau and we wish Steve all the very best on this exciting coaching adventure". You can keep up-to-date with Winmau and SightRight on social media at: Twitter: @SightRightUK - Facebook: @SightRightUK

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