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What is Your Favorite Quote and Why?

by David Wixson, PGA Master Professional, Keiser University College of Golf Professor There are literally thousands of great quotes about golf from famous (and not so famous) people. In fact, there are numerous books available dedicated entirely to golf quotes. Of all these many quotes, my favorite is probably this one by Arnold Palmer, “Golf […]

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College of Golf April 2017 Events

Keiser University Seahawk National Collegiate Club Golf Association Team Finishes Third in Spring Regional #1 Tournament The Keiser University Seahawk National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA) Team recently finished third in the 2017 Spring Regional Tournament #1 behind The University of Central Florida and Florida Atlantic University at Sand Hill Crane Golf Club in Palm […]

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If You Could Get Any Piece of Golf Equipment Today, What would You Get and Why?

by Brian Hughes, PGA Master Professional,  Keiser University Golf Program Director As a golf professional for many years, I have been fortunate to have access to the latest in technology when it comes to the equipment in my golf bag, most of it for low, if any, cost.  However, there is one piece of technology […]

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Why You Should Wear a Golf Glove [Infographic]

Share this Image On Your Site </p><br /><br /> <p><strong>Please include attribution to Keiser University College of Golf with this graphic.</strong></p><br /><br /> <p><a href=’http://collegeofgolf.keiseruniversity.edu/wear-golf-glove’><img src=’http://collegeofgolf.keiseruniversity.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/why-you-should-wear-a-glove-700-1.jpg’ alt=’Why You Should Wear a Golf Glove’ width=’700px’ border=’0′ /></a></p><br /><br /> <p> Related posts: What to Look Forward to in Golf in 2017 [Infographic] What Is the X-factor […]

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What Does a Golf Management Company Do?

A golf management company is tasked with managing a golf course and making it thrive economically. These groups are paid a fee each month to turn around a course’s fortunes and make them profitable. Critics of a golf management company will take the business to task over making the courses and clubs like every other […]

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What Golf Clubs do the Pros Use?

Not only are golf clubs the most important piece of equipment you will buy, a good set of clubs can be the difference between your game being in a sand trap or on the green. You may wonder, which company produces the best golf clubs? The answer isn’t that simple or straightforward. However, there are […]

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Can New Rules in Golf Draw Greater Fan Interest?

Golf’s rules have been pretty much the same for over a century. Although a few tweaks here and there, the sport hasn’t seen a major overhaul of any kind in some time. A lack of change has made many feel that the simple game of golf is stale in its steadfast ways. Golf Colleges have […]

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33 Proposed Rule Changes in Golf [Infographic]

You’ve likely heard the buzz by now about the proposed rule changes in golf. To make it easier for you, we’ve created this handy ingfographic to help you review the changes quickly. Share this Image On Your Site </p><br /> <p><strong>Please include attribution to Keiser University College of Golf with this graphic.</strong></p><br /> <p><a href=’http://collegeofgolf.keiseruniversity.edu/33-proposed-rule-changes-in-golf-infographic’><img […]

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Knuckles Down for Penetrating Ball Flight

by TJ Tomasi, College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research What the clubface is doing at impact determines the quality of the strike – in fact where it’s pointing determines 75-85% of the initial starting direction of your golf ball. In addition to directional control, good players decrease clubface loft at impact to create […]

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March 2017 Events at College of Golf

Keiser University College of Golf Students Attend Short Game Clinic College of Golf students recently attended a Short Game Clinic conducted by PGA Professionals Brian Hughes, Frank Longabucco and David Wixson. The topic of the clinic was World Class Chipping and focused on the methods and techniques taught by PGA Tour coach James Sieckmann. In […]

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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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