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Aim Small to Trigger Your Brain’s in-House Guidance System

By Dr. TJ Tomasi, College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research It’s safe to say that most golfers don’t aim correctly, and, the farther away the target, the more ambiguous their aim becomes, until with the driver, they’re aiming like “north,” which is a nice direction, but not much of a target. The latest […]

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Wrinkles in Your Rain Game

By TJ Tomasi, College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Related posts: Find a Gatekeeper Understanding Your Golf Handicap and How it Can Improve Your Game How to Improve Your Short Game [Infographic] HOW CAN I BE MORE CONSISTENT WITH MY GOLF GAME?

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Evolutionary Psychology and Golf

By Ken Martin, PGA Professional Certified in Instruction and College of Golf Instructor Who could possibly relate the discipline of Evolutionary Psychology to playing the game of golf? PGA Professional Certified in Instruction and College of Golf Instructor Ken Martin did just that while pursuing his Master’s Degree in Psychology through Keiser University Online. In […]

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What is Sweeping the Ball?

There are so many different types of swings and strategies used to hit great golf shots, and sweeping the ball is one of them. This technique truly requires a great skill level and a lot of practice to master. Unlike more common swing techniques that make the use of hitting into the ground to make a divot, […]

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Golf Terms You May Not Know

Golf has some of the most unique words in the sporting world. Most people are aware of the birdie, bogey, and snowman, but what about the albatross or the buzzard? What does an Army have to do with golf, and what is the true meaning of a sasquatch? Golf analysts, weekend hackers, and professional players […]

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What Is the X-factor in Golf [Infographic]

Share this Image On Your Site Please include attribution to Keiser University College of Golf with this graphic. Related posts: What to Look Forward to in Golf in 2017 [Infographic] Spotlight on: Golf Management Jobs [Infographic] Who Tees Off First [Infographic] You’ve Got Options When Choosing a Golf Career [Infographic]

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Pre-Season Rankings Place the KU NCCGA Team 10th in the Nation

Pre-season rankings place the Keiser University National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA) Seahawk Team 10th in the nation as the qualifying tournament approaches next week. As reported on the NCCGA website: “We’ve been waiting all winter for this. The Spring 2017 season is finally here, and over 300 teams in 27 regions will soon begin […]

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Childhood Dream Close to Reality for Keiser University Student

Corey Erdly, a College of Golf freshman, first fell in love with the sport while playing it with his dad. Years of playing golf back home in Fort Wayne, Indiana have inspired Keiser University College of Golf (COG) student Corey Erdly to pursue the hobby as a profession. Now working toward an associate of science […]

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What to Look Forward to in Golf in 2017 [Infographic]

Share this Image On Your Site Please include attribution to Keiser University College of Golf & Sports Management with this graphic. Related posts: Spotlight on: Golf Management Jobs [Infographic] 6 Phenomenal Chipping Tips [Infographic] Proper Golf Posture Tips [Infographic] How Golf Simulators Work [Infographic]

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February 2017 College of Golf Events

Keiser University’s College of Golf was recently represented at the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida. Community Resource Coordinator Liz Snyder, Executive Director of Golf Operations Dr. Eric Wilson, and Golf Program Director Brian Hughes set up a booth on the floor of the event and welcomed graduates, colleagues, and visitors throughout the week. […]

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What is a Pre-shot Routine?

Some of the best, and worst, golfers in the world have rituals they follow before every single shot they hit. This is called the pre-shot routine. The basic premise of the routine is to get yourself into the mindset to hit the ball as you want. It is just as much mental as physical, so […]

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A Grip for Your Yip

By Dr. TJ Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research South African star Charl Schwarzel uses a putting grip that’s designed to keep the right hand from overwhelming the left and shutting the face, a common cause of missed putts. He’s placed two tees in the form of a gate […]

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World’s Only Paraplegic PGA Professional, Dennis Walters Inspires Students

Dennis Walters, the world’s only paraplegic PGA Professional, recently visited Keiser University’s College of Golf and shared his inspiring story with students and staff. Labeled by PGA Professional and friend Wayne Warms as ‘the greatest story in the history of golf,’ Dennis is a testament to perseverance and tells everyone who attends his shows and […]

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You Don’t Do a Release, You Have One

By TJ Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Instructor If there is one thing you need to learn about the golf swing, it’s this: The closer to impact you get, the less you should be trying to do. Said in another way, less is more. Let’s be clear on one point — it is not through conscious […]

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Off to See the Wizard

By TJ Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Instructor Here is a sobering fact: Your brain doesn’t care what it learns — it doesn’t have a quality detector so, if you’re not on the ball, you’ll learn the bad right along with the good – and once you’ve learned the bad, it’s problematic getting it […]

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