Why the College of Golf?

If you love to play golf, if you realize the value of education and the many ways it will impact your career path, and if you are ready to pursue your passion for a golf career, then you already have several of the many answers to “Why the College of Golf at Keiser University?”


When it comes to golf colleges and golf academy programs, our staff understands what is necessary to succeed, and they are ready to share this information with you. Below are just a few compelling reasons we should be your choice for pursuing a golf career:

  • Our facility includes 1500+ square feet of indoor golf instructional space that houses state-of-the-practice technology including video systems, launch monitors, a 3D swing analysis system, and more.
  • With an associate’s degree from the College of Golf at Keiser University, upon graduation you’ll have earned 6 credits toward those required for PGA membership.
  • On your way toward a professional golf career.
  • We give you the option to take general education courses online, on-ground, or in a hybrid model.
  • Golf in College – Two rounds per week are always available with the potential for additional golf during certain times of year! Practice facilities are open to you 7 days a week.
  • We have developed a focused approach to learning by offering one core course per month.
  • You benefit from our strategic partnerships with TaylorMade, Club Car, V1, and more! Including merchandise and equipment discounts, as well as access to professional instructional software.
  • You practice and play at the acclaimed PGA National Golf Club, home of the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic.
  • All part of your comprehensive golf academy and range package.
  • International students are accepted with an F-1 visa that is good for the length of the program.
  • The College of Golf is a part of Keiser University, a trusted, reputable, and accredited institution awarding degrees from the associate to doctoral level since 1977.

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