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How to Become a Golf Instructor

When many people think of a golf pro, they picture famous golfers like Tiger Woods. However, most golf pros do not play on the PGA Tour. They are the managers of golf shops and provide lessons to amateur golfers of all levels. If you are interested in becoming a golf instructor, there are several steps […]

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Five Favorite Golf Quotes [Infographic]

Five Favorite Golf Quotes There are a lot of funny, inspirational, and educational quotes about golf. Here are five that we love! “Competitive golf is played mainly on a five-and-a-half-inch course… the space between your ears.” Bobby Jones “Find a good teacher that will keep the game fun. Work hard and don’t be afraid to […]

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Golf Degree Benefits

If you love the game of golf, a golf degree can provide you with a good living while you are able to do what so many are not able to do: work at a career in an industry you love. Golf is a popular sport in every corner of the globe. Some estimates put the […]

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Regional Qualifying for the National Drive, Chip and Putt Competition

Regional Qualifying for the National Drive, Chip and Putt Competition Will Be Held At The PGA Center FOr Golf Learning and Performance Local juniors will have the chance to qualify for the National Drive, Chip, and Putt Competition on August 8th at the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance in Port St. Lucie, Florida. […]

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Get to Know the College of Golf [Infographic]

Get To Know The College of Golf Have some questions about our Florida golf school? Here are some answers to our most frequently asked questions. Is The College of Golf accredited? Yes. Keiser University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Associate’s of Science […]

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Top 5 Female Golfers

Women’s golf has provided some of the most exciting athletes in the game. These women have excelled at every level and capture the hearts of golf fans with their talent and grit. Here are five of the top female golfers of all time: Louise Suggs They called her, “Miss Sluggs.” Louise Suggs brought home an amazing […]

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Tiger Has Another Rough Start

Hope springs eternal, even for Tiger Woods. However, reality sunk in once again less than 15 minutes after his initial tee shot at the 2015 Open Championship. SBNation described the round as follows: ‘Discombobulated’ Tiger Woods flails about in awful start at the British Open By Emily Kay on Jul 16, 2015 After a significantly improved […]

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How To Keep Drives In The Fairway

Golf is a challenging game as it is, but when you miss fairways you make it almost impossible to score well. The good news is there are some simple steps you can take to increase your odds of finding the middle of the fairway, and set yourself up for an easy shot into the green. […]

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Can Spieth Make it Three in a Row?

Jordan Spieth has injected excitement into the2015 golf season as Tiger Woods makes his inglorious exit from the “elite player” category. Following outstanding performances in the Masters and U.S. Open, Spieth has us all on the edge of our seats with anticipation of a “history-making” event at St. Andrews. As reported in the Daily Star: […]

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Who Are The World's Most Famous Golfers?

There have been so many luminaries in the world of golf over the years, it is difficult to determine who are the world’s most famous golfers, dead or alive. However, these five names stand out above the rest because of their wins and contribution to the game. In addition, each has star quality, the elusive […]

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10 of the Most Beautiful Golf Courses

One of the benefits of playing golf is the chance to enjoy the natural beauty of a well-designed, scenic course. The United States has a number of gorgeous courses, both public and private, enchanting players with their beauty and beguiling them with their unforgiving challenges. Here are 10 of our most beautiful golf courses. Pinehurst […]

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10 Questions You Need To Ask Before Starting a Career in Golf Management

The golf industry generates more than $70 billion in revenue each year, creating millions of jobs. There are plenty of employment opportunities for talented people who love the game and want to get involved in golf management. It’s important to get started off on the right foot. Professional training can lay a sound base for […]

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Easy Ways to Prevent Common Golf Injuries

As with any activity, if you are injured, it is best to seek the advice of a medical professional. In whole, golf is a relaxing sport. An 18-hole round takes several hours and can put significant stress on the muscles and joints of the body. Injuries are common for golfers who have not prepared adequately. […]

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Golf World Watches as U.S. Open Approaches

Just one more week until the 2015 U.S. Open Championship begins at Chambers Bay Golf Course near Tacoma, Washington. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. and Bruce Charleton, rumors abound about how difficult the newly opened golf course will be. The USGA will add its touch of evil to an already tough golf course, and […]

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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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