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College of Golf August 2018 Events

Keiser University’s College of Golf Welcomes Merritt Island High School Boys’ Team Keiser University’s College of Golf recently welcomed the Merritt Island High School Boy’s Golf Team for a preseason-training clinic. John Callahan, a PGA Professional and Golf Magazine Top 100 Adjunct Teacher, introduced the first lesson of proper grip, aim, and setup, with emphasis […]

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College of Golf July 2018 Events

Keiser University College of Golf Instructor Frank Longabucco Supports Local Drive, Chip, and Putt Competition Keiser University College of Golf Instructor Frank Longabucco, a PGA Member Certified in Instruction and Golf Operations, recently supported the West Palm Beach Drive, Chip and Putt Local Qualifier held at the PGA National Resort and Club. “I enjoyed volunteering […]

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Buying Golf Clubs Online: The Pros and Cons [Infographic]

Need new golf clubs? You might be thinking about buying them online, but before you do consider these pros and cons. Pros: You may get clubs for a cheaper price than in-store. You can possibly trade in old clubs for discounts on new items. The selection will be far greater online than in traditional golf […]

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College of Golf June 2018 Events

Friday Afternoon Competitions Spice-Up Summer College of Golf Curriculum Keiser University College of Golf Professor Frank Longabucco decided to spice up the summer golf curriculum by organizing Friday afternoon competitions for students and PGA staff at the PGA National Resort & Spa golf courses. The friendly challenges marked the beginning of the summer series, with […]

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World Golf Hall of Fame [Infographic]

The World Golf Hall of Fame is situated in St. Augustine, Florida. It is a unique Hall of Fame as both male and female players are enshrined within its walls. There are currently 155 members in the World Golf Hall of Fame. Who is in the World Golf Hall of Fame? Golfing greats PGA, LPGA […]

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Ten Newest Golf Courses in the US [Infographic]

  There is nothing like finding a new golf course in the United States to put on your bucket list. Of course, there are the famed, hallowed golf grounds that have existed for years, but every year there are new courses sprouting up all over the country. Not only are these ten new, but they […]

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Golf Carts: An Essential Golf Item

The golf cart has evolved greatly over the last decade. Once, just an electric motor vehicle that transported golfers around an 18-hole course, the golf cart has changed to meet players’ modern needs. From players needing a helping hand getting around the golf course to golfers trying to beat the heat, a golf cart can […]

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Golf Umbrella [Infographic]

Golfers never want to miss the chance to tee off. No matter the weather, players want to hit the links unless their round is absolutely unplayable. When the weather calls for rain, it’s common to see golfers on the course with umbrellas shielding them from the elements. A golf umbrella may be in your bag, […]

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US Open 2018: What to look forward to

The US Open 2018 tees off on June 14, and 156 amateur and professional golfers will compete to be crowned the tournament’s champion. It has been called the most difficult men’s golf major to win, and every year, it seems to throw up surprises. In April, it was announced that 9,049 golfers had entered the […]

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College of Golf May 2018 Events

Brad Redding, PGA Master Professional and Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Addresses Students at Keiser University College of Golf Brad Redding, one of Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Teachers in America recently addressed Keiser University College of Golf Professor John Callahan’s Instruction classes regarding how to become a world-class teacher. Redding, a six-time Tennessee PGA Teacher of the […]

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Subconsciously Altered Distance – SAD

Subconsciously Altered Distance – SAD by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research I’ve written before about the phenomenon I call Subconsciously Altered Distance, and now I have the science from the Golf laboratory at Keiser University to back it up. To review, it doesn’t take the […]

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Which PGA and LPGA players have won the Grand Slam?

The golf Grand Slam is an incredibly elusive accomplishment that only five male professional golfers have ever achieved. On the women’s side of the game, seven LPGA golfers have accomplished the Grand Slam. Compared to other sports and their unique feats, the golf Grand Slam is one that seems almost impossible. Golf is a difficult […]

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“True” Lies Can Help Your Golf Game

True” Lies Can Help Your Golf Game by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research A high percentage of people fed false details about their childhood can be convinced that things happened to them even though they didn’t. Dr. Henry Roediger, of Washington University in St. Louis, […]

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Online Golf Degree Available

Calling all golfers interested in a golf management degree. If you’ve been holding off pursuing your degree in golf due to location restrictions, there’s good news! With Keiser University’s College of Golf online program option, you will be able to fit a Golf Management degree into your busy life. In August 2018, we will be offering […]

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5 Golf Accessories You Might Not Know About [Infographic]

Golf is a game that takes a lot of time, practice and patience to master. To help golfers in their endless attempt to master the game, companies have developed interesting accessories you might not know about. Some of the accessories and gadgets could really help improve your game; while others may just seem incredibly strange. […]

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