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Careers in Golf Club Design

One of the aspects of golf that sets it apart from other sports is the equipment needed to play. Of course, you need a golf course to play on, but you also need the right golf shoes and clothes to get access to a golf club. However, those aren’t the only items you will need. […]

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5 Golf Trends of 2018 [Infographic]

Golfers have more choice that ever when it comes to the sport in 2018. Equipment, clothes, shoes, and even golf technology have spoiled everyone for choice. Due to the games continued evolution, golf companies are continuing to create great new items for players. With 2018 upon us, here are 5 golf trends of 2018 you […]

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Which Courses are Regarded as the Best 9 Hole Golf Courses in the World?

It isn’t often that golfers will choose to play a 9-hole golf course when there is an 18-hole course available. The 9-hole course is often seen as a necessary evil to play when there isn’t the chance to get a full 18 holes in. However, 9-hole courses offer just as much charm and enjoyment as […]

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College of Golf December 2017 Events

College of Golf Students Conduct Tournament to Benefit Cystic Fibrosis Keiser University College of Golf students recently hosted a golf event to benefit Cystic Fibrosis, which provided valuable opportunities to gain experience in event marketing, the dissemination of tournament rules and regulations, the use of Golf Genius software, scoreboard completion, prize distribution, and more. “The […]

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The Importance of Golf Cardio

Golf and fitness aren’t two words that go together. At least that is the cliché. But golf fitness is extremely important for players. The top PGA professionals all have training and workout regimes that help them play better. Strength training for golf can improve a player’s tee shot and golf swing. However, strength training isn’t […]

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7 Golf Apps Worth Checking Out [Infographic]

Having a great app can take your golf game to the next level 1. Golf V1 Golf allows users to analyze their swing by recording themselves hitting a golf ball. Users can also compare their golf swing with the swings of professionals from a variety of professional golf tours. 2. Hole19 The app has information […]

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Types of Golf Courses: Links, Parkland and Desert

There are three main types of golf courses found around the world. Links, parkland and desert golf courses are commonly found, but each is very different. In addition, all three are found in very different places. While links golf courses, parkland and desert golf courses are commonly played on, and the two names are thrown […]

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What Golfers Have the Most Holes in One? [Infographic]

A hole in one, or an ace, is one of the most difficult things a golfer can accomplish. It isn’t easy to drive a ball 300 or 400-yards straight into the cup. Sinking an ace is a combination of skill and luck, and some PGA players have a little more of both than others. According […]

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It's Good for Your Game

It’s Good for Your Game by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research According to many historians, King Richard III of England not only had a deformed personality (Shakespeare described him as a monster) but also a deformed body caused by severe scoliosis, an abnormal curvature of […]

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College of Golf November 2017 Events

COLLEGE OF GOLF TOURNAMENT RAISES MONEY FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS PGA Professionals Frank Longabucco and David Wixson recently organized a student and staff golf tournament which benefited Cystic Fibrosis while serving as a valuable learning opportunity. Out of the group of ten, students Marshall Lamp and Daniel McCoy took home first place with a sterling score […]

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5 Ways to Enjoy Golf this Winter

Winter is upon us, and many of the regions across the United States will be experiencing chilly weather. Not everyone is lucky enough to get away to Arizona, Florida, Texas or Southern California to play golf this winter. Even if you are unable to go to a warmer region, you can still enjoy playing golf […]

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Golf Handicap Scores: It's Time to be Realistic

Walk around any golf clubhouse and you will hear players lamenting their handicaps. No matter if they play once a week or every day, most golfers want to improve their handicap scores. It isn’t often that golfers return from an 18-hole round of golf and are satisfied if they shot three of four strokes higher […]

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The Professional Tournament Ken Martin would Most Like to Play

Ken Martin, PGA, Keiser University College of Golf Professor The tournament I would most like to play is The Open Championship. Having had the opportunity to attend the 2002 Open at Muirfield as a coach, and the 2005 Open at St. Andrews as a coach/caddy, the aura of Scottish links golf has left a lasting […]

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What Golf Gifts Should Be on Your Holiday Wish List?

It is nearly that time of year again. That time when all those good little golfers get something under the tree or in their stockings, or for other gift exchanges. Yes, the weather might be a bit too frightful to wander out onto the golf course in some areas; but there are still great golf […]

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Who Holds the Lowest Score at the Top Golf Courses in the World? [Infographic]

A recent tournament at Pebble Beach saw Texas Tech University golfer Hurly Long set a course record of 61. His win got us thinking about the lowest scores to be shot on the PGA Tour and at some of its famed courses. TPC River Highlands Golf Club – Jim Furyk not only holds the course […]

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