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Ken Martin, Instructor for College of Golf, Qualifies for PGA Senior PNC

Ken Martin, PGA Professional Certified in Instruction and General Management and Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management Instructor, competed in the South Florida Senior Section Championship last week at the Turtle Creek Golf Club. The Top 10 finishers in the Senior Section Championship also qualified for the PGA Senior Professional National Championship (PNC), […]

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The Story Behind Sam Snead's Side Saddle Putter

With the upcoming USGA ban on anchored putters just around the corner, I thought it would be interesting to look back at another putting method that was banned because of its “unorthodoxy.” Tony Parker, writing for World Golf Hall of Fame, penned the following article about the great Sam Snead: “Players who will have to […]

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Melbourne Central Catholic HS Girls Golf Team Visits the Keiser University College of Golf

The Melbourne Central Catholic High School Girls Golf Team visited Keiser University College of Golf this past Saturday to prepare themselves for the coming golf season.  A team of seven members worked with College of Golf PGA Professionals John Callahan and Brian Hughes on various aspects of their games.  Current College of Golf Student Neftali […]

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Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management Hosts Merritt Island High School Boy's Golf Team

Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management staff and students hosted the Merritt Island High School Boy’s Golf Team on Friday from 9:30am – 2:00pm. The session began with an overview of proper grip, aim, and setup, provided by Mr. John Callahan, PGA and Golf Magazine Top 100 Adjunct Teacher, and the importance of […]

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Keiser University College of Golf & Sports Management Conducts Student Enrichment Day

Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management (KUCOGSM) conducted Student Enrichment Days on Tuesday, July 29th, and Thursday, July 30th. Dr. Eric Wilson, PGA Master Professional and Director of Golf Operations for KUCOGSM, presented for the first half of the session and discussed “How to Gain Membership in the PGA of America” and “Career […]

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Tiger Woods at The Honda Classic

The town and golfers from all walks of life were abuzz with the 2014 Honda Classic, featuring the best field of the year and highlighted by an appearance from Tiger Woods. What a wild and crazy finish to a great golf tournament. Tiger barely made the cut with rounds of 71 and 69, then roared […]

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Australian PGA Professional Peter Croker Visits College of Golf

Peter Croker returned to Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management on Tuesday to visit with Dr. Eric Wilson, Executive Director of Golf Operations, and present to the College of Golf student body. Following his presentations, he provided individual instruction to College of Golf students. Peter has been a prominent figure in the Australian […]

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COGSM Students at the Honda Classic today

More than 40 students from the Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management (COGSM) are enjoying an excellent educational opportunity serving as volunteer caddies at the Honda Classic PGA tournament event being held this week at the PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.  The students participate in the Gold Pro-Am […]

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College of Golf Honors International Diversity

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Golf is a universal ‘language’ that unites people from diverse and unique cultures, and Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management (COGSM) is proud to pay homage to the international diversity on its campus. Keiser University COGSM recently celebrated the campus’ international diversity with an inspiring flag presentation ceremony […]

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And You Think Golf Isn't Tough?

For those of you who are disillusioned about the difficulty of the game of golf, how about what Tiger Woods, Number 1 ranked player in the world, did on Saturday at the Farmer’s Insurance Open? As reported by ESPN Golf: “SAN DIEGO — It meant nothing other than pride. Tiger Woods rolled in a 10-foot […]

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And You Think Golf Isn't Tough?

For those of you who are disillusioned about the difficulty of the game of golf, how about what Tiger Woods, Number 1 ranked player in the world, did on Saturday at the Farmer’s Insurance Open? As reported by ESPN Golf: “SAN DIEGO — It meant nothing other than pride. Tiger Woods rolled in a 10-foot […]

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Students Attend 2014 PGA Merchandise Show

Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management students attended the 2014 PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida this week. Students visited exhibitors in the following areas: Teaching, Training Aids, and Instruction; Golf Equipment; Golf Fitness, Health, Nutrition, and Wellness; Products and Services; Apparel and Related Accessories; General Technology; […]

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Time to Tune Up Your Golf Game for Spring

We are very fortunate to live in Florida, especially during the winter months. Today the temperature will climb into the 70’s, and most of us will be in short-sleeve shirts and possibly shorts. For those who live in the colder climates, you may not be thinking about golf when the temperature outside is below zero […]

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Stupid rules?

As reported by Golfweek online, Rory McIlroy stated: “There’s a lot of stupid rules in golf, and this is one of them.” This is in reference to an incident where Rory failed to take complete relief from an abnormal ground condition and was penalized two strokes at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship. The two-stroke […]

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Nutrition, Diet & Golf Come Together at College of Golf

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Well-known for providing students with a hands-on learning experience, Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management (COGSM) recently brought together students from differing educational fields to help both develop a better understanding of how the demands of sports and exercise affect the human body. For Keiser University COGSM’s first-ever, […]

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