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Keiser University College of Golf Advisory Board Convenes

Keiser University College of Golf (COG) held its semi-annual Advisory Board Meeting on Friday, June 5th. The main topic of discussion was the pending move of the College of Golf campus to Northwood in West Palm Beach in time for the Fall Semester start on August 31st. Mr. John McMurry, COG Vice President, outlined the […]

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What Is a Good Set of Golf Irons for an Average Golfer?

Maybe you’ve been playing the links for some time now, putting time in at the driving range and playing eighteen as often as you can (but not as much as you’d like to.) Perhaps you are at a point where you consider yourself an average golfer and you want put more effort and money into […]

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What Is A Golf Stinger?

The best thing about playing golf is there is always something to learn or a skill to improve on. The best golfers have many skills and swings they have perfected to rely on when different situations arise. This is what makes golf one of the best lifelong sports there is. If you haven’t heard of […]

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Brian Hughes Selected As Chairman Of The Martin County Golf Course Citizen’s Advisory Committee

Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management Golf Program Director Selected As Chairman Of The Martin County Golf Course Citizen’s Advisory Committee Brian Hughes, PGA Master Professional, COGSM Golf Program DirectorKeiser University College of Golf & Sport Management (COGSM) Program Director Brian Hughes was recently selected to serve as Chairman of the Martin County Golf Course […]

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Keiser University College of Golf Match Play Championship

Forty-three students are scheduled to compete in the Keiser University College of Golf Match Play Championship. Today and tomorrow students will compete in a stroke play qualifier with the low eight players advancing to match play beginning next week. The qualifier is being played at the PGA Golf Club Dye Course in Port St. Lucie, […]

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How Do You Know When to Let Someone Play Through?

Golfing etiquette is one of the most unique, respected qualities of the game. In a world where most competitive sports are known for their aggressive attitudes and pushing the envelope where gamesmanship and fair play are concerned, golf is renowned for its chivalrous players and strict code for fairness . However, there are situations when […]

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Impact Zone Golf Clinics in May

Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management Staff Offer Impact Zone Golf Clinics  For Students Dr. Eric Wilson, Executive Director of Golf Operations for The College of Golf & Sport Management (COGSM), PGA Master Professional, and Impact Zone Golf Master Instructor, and Brian Hughes, Golf Program Director for COGSM, PGA Master Professional, and Impact Zone […]

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How Are Golf Courses Ranked?

It doesn’t take a golf degree to appreciate a good course. Golf course rankings are published every year by popular golf magazines and websites. The oldest is Golf Digest’s biennial rankings of the greatest golf courses in America. Voted on by a group of golf experts, they have published this list since 1965. Golf Digest […]

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Golf Handicap Calculators

There are many reasons why you may need a golf handicap calculator. Perhaps you don’t play very often and a charity event has come up that you want to participate in, or you have a family reunion that you know will end up on the golf course. While you may dabble in the game here […]

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Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management Students Work With Wounded Warriors

Bill Hannigan, Physical Health and Wellness Coordinator for the Wounded Warrior Project in Florida, coordinated with Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management (COGSM) to provide golf instruction for Wounded Warriors throughout Florida last Saturday. The initial training consisted of four Wounded Warriors and ten COGSM students and staff getting together at 10:00am on […]

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Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management Students Work With Local Special Olympians

Five Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management (KUCOGSM) students provided golf instruction to St. Lucie County Adult Day Care Special Olympians at the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance on Friday, May 8th. Twelve Special Olympics athletes were taught putting, chipping, and full swing skills by five KUCOGSM student volunteers (Tom DeNunzio, […]

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5 Things You Can Learn From Masters Champion Jordan Spieth

Jordan Spieth thrilled golf fans everywhere with a decisive win at the 2015 Masters Tournament at Augusta National. His level-headed, mature demeanor belies his young age. He’s what many players hope to get out of their golf careers.  Here are five things you can learn from this bright new star on the PGA tour. Play Like […]

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What Is The Average Golf Handicap?

It’s a question among golfers that allows you to instantly assess another’s golfing prowess. You may be particularly proud of your low handicap, or it may be something you mutter out ashamedly. However, how valuable a metric is the handicap, and how does it compare to the average golfer? If you’ve ever wondered how you […]

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The First Golf Course in the United States

When we think of historic golf courses on the east side of the Atlantic, we tend to gravitate more towards the ones with a lot of media pop. For example, if you were to think of classic links in the states, you probably imagine Amen Corner in Augusta, or perhaps Pinehurst in North Carolina. These […]

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PGA Match Play Championship Or NBA Playoffs?

I find myself drawn more to watching the NBA Playoffs (even the first rounds) rather than watching the evening replays of the Match Play Championship. Not that match play isn’t, or can’t be, exciting; it’s just that the format doesn’t appeal much to me, other than in the President’s Cup or Ryder Cup events. It […]

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