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Fast Hands Should Match Fast Hips

Fast Hands Should Match Fast Hips by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research On the lesson tee, I often see golfers whose hand position at the top of the swing doesn’t match their hip action during the downswing. Your hands and the clubhead must arrive together […]

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Why I Chose Golf as a Career

Why I Chose Golf as a Career John Callahan, PGA Professional, Golf Magazine Adjunct Top 100 Teacher, College of Golf Instructor In 1967 I had just graduated college and was undecided about what I would do next. At my graduation party my favorite uncle, Jim, put his arm around me and told me that the most […]

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How Good does Your Average Round Have to be to be a Professional Golfer?

Congratulations, you have just finished your golf degree, so, what’s next? You’ve already played plenty of amateur tournaments and won a variety of prizes. Now, you want to step up to the professional ranks and make some serious cash to live on as you continue your journey to the PGA Tour. So, how good does […]

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Golf Balance and the Z-Axis

Golf Balance and the Z-Axis by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research To protect you from falling down, your body has a system that integrates your posture, balance and verticality (your relationship to standing upright). Verticality is along the Z-axis, and it is the key to […]

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Are You too Old to Pursue a Golf Career?

Millions of people around the world dream of a golf career. What could be better than waking up every morning and spending your days on a beautiful golf course? Not much, really; but obtaining that golf career isn’t easy. It takes years of dedication to receive a PGA Tour card. Nearly all professional golfers began […]

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What’s in a Name?

What’s in a Name? by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research I’ve seen it happen many times: Golfers who learn accuracy first fail to become long hitters. They grip it and guide it rather than grip it and rip it.It’s like the game of bridge: Most […]

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What are the Four PGA Major Golf Tournaments? [Infographic]

The PGA has four Major Golf Tournament events that take place during the season. The majors can make or break a player’s career. Each one holds an enormous amount of prestige, history and money that the other PGA Tour events don’t have. Win one of these four tournaments and you could be set for life […]

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College of Golf September 2017 Events

Keiser University College of Golf Students Will Roll Up Their Sleeves to Volunteer at the Special Olympics Golf Tournament Eight Keiser University College of Golf students will volunteer their time to work at the Disney World Magnolia Golf Course in Orlando, Florida to support the 2017 Florida Special Olympics State Golf Tournament. Students and family […]

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College of Golf August 2017 Events

Keiser University College of Golf Hosts Merritt Island High School Boy’s Golf Team Keiser University’s College of Golf recently hosted the Merritt Island High School Boy’s Golf Team for a training session in preparation for the upcoming season. The session began with an overview of proper grip, aim, and setup, provided by John Callahan, a […]

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How Do You Know Where the Target Is? Blindsight Part 2

How Do You Know Where the Target Is? Blindsight Part 2 by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research In Blindsight Part 1, I wrote of the concept of “Blindsight” (seeing without looking) and my belief that the great players don’t see the same golf course as […]

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How Do You Know Where the Target is?

How Do You Know Where the Target is? The Strange Experience Called “Blindsight” – Part 1 by Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research In 1967, Nicholas Humphrey at the University of Cambridge in England removed the visual cortex of a monkey named Helen, but surprisingly, after […]

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How to Get Out of a Bunker

There is nothing like stretching out on the sand and catching some sun on a warm afternoon; unless you are doing it in a bunker on the eighth hole. Hitting your tee shot into a sand trap can be an infuriating experience, and one that prompts you to toss your driver down the fairway. We […]

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The Match of the Millennium

The Match of the Millennium by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research In 2009, Golf Magazine ranked the greatest players of all time: Jack Nicklaus No. 1, Tiger Woods second, Bobby Jones third and Ben Hogan fourth. Hard to argue with this ranking, but I will. […]

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Top 10 Unwritten Golf Rules [Infographic]

Golf is a game of rules and traditions. From the clothes you wear to the number of clubs you can have in your golf bag during a tournament, there are many regulations that must be adhered to. There are also a number of unwritten golf rules that every golfer should know by heart. After a […]

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A Balm that turned into a Bomb

A Balm that turned into a Bomb – Jim Gets Worse By Dr. TJ Tomasi This is the sad but true story of Jim, a decent player with a problem his teachers could not cure him of – the shank. His practice swing was great, but as soon as a ball was introduced and the swing […]

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