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Keiser University College of Golf and Sport Management Students at 2015 Honda Classic Pro-AM

Recently, we had over 50 student volunteers participating in a PGA Tour Event. During The Honda Classic Pro-Am at the PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Keiser University College of Golf and Sport Management students enjoyed hands-on experience, caddying for amateur players and assisting with tournament operations. For many of our […]

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College Of Golf and Sport Management Hosts “Friends-Raiser” For Local PACE Center

Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management (KUCOGSM) hosted a “friends-raiser” event on Saturday for the local PACE (Practical Academic Cultural Education) Center for Girls, Inc. PACE is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation that provides a non-residential delinquency prevention program in locations state-wide, targeting the unique needs of females 12-18 who are identified as dependent, […]

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What Does A Career In Golf Course Management Entail?

Is a Career in Golf Course Management For You? Running a golf course is no easy task. It takes a lot of knowledge and time to get everything looking beautiful, as well as making sure all aspects are functional, and timed just right. With any management position, you have to be on your toes and […]

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5 Great Golf Careers

Finding the Golf Career That’s Right for You Golfing is generally thought of as a hobby, but many people have found a fulfilling career in this beloved sport. There are a broad range of golf career opportunities available in this day and age. The question you need to ask yourself is, which career in golf is […]

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What are Good Golf Swing Drills for a Beginner?

What’s in the Bag? If you are a beginning golfer, the first thing you want to make sure is that you’ve got the right size club length. Borrowing a friend’s golf clubs is not a great idea for long-term use. Visit a golf-club fitter or pro shop to ensure you get a proper fit for […]

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Keiser University College Of Golf Graduates 20 from the Associate of Science in Golf Management Program

Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management proudly announces the graduation of 20 students from the Associate of Science in Golf Management program. The February 2015 graduating class was one of the largest in history and brings the total number of graduates from our program to 333 since the school’s inception in January of […]

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Golf Rules: The Basics

The Rules of Golf Even those who are new to golf have a basic understanding of the game: Use clubs to hit a golf ball from the tee until the ball makes it to the cup, ideally in the fewest amount of strokes possible. Golf rules are established for fairness of play and etiquette, and […]

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What Does it Take to be a Professional Golfer?

So You Want to Start Your Professional Golf Career You’ve been playing golf for a while now, and you want to know what it will take to make a living of it. You’ve got a strong game and you easily beat your friends on the links, but what else do you need to take that […]

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3 Basic Types of Golf Grips

Having the right golf grip for your game is just one of the many aspects that must come together in order for you to become the best golfer you can be. A good golf grip will help with control and flight of the ball. Adjusting your grip can correct any flaws in your swing that […]

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Congratulations To Alumni Stephanie Ortiz-Phillips

Kudos go to BS SMFT Alumni Stephanie Ortiz-Phillips, a recent graduate of the BS SMFT program at the COGSM campus. Recently employed by Jupiter Medical Center’s Health and Fitness Facility, Ms. Phillips passed her ACE (American Council on Exercise) CPT (Certified Personal Trainer) certification. The ACE CPT certification is one that is nationally accredited by […]

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Youth Sports

Before we speak about “youth sports”, we must first have a working concept of what this includes. According to Doctors Frank Smoll and Ronald Smith (professors at the University of Washington in Seattle), “youth sports” refers to the 41 million children and adolescents (age 16 and under) who are involved with some form of adult-organized […]

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My Wilkinson Cup Caddie Experience By Connie Rummel

As a student at the College of Golf, I was excited when the memo came around for volunteers to be caddies for a small LPGA charity event at none other than PGA National. I had heard stories about the guys caddying for the Honda Classic and was anxious for my opportunity. It was an up-before-the-crack-of-dawn […]

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International Golf Instructor Peter Croker Visits

Peter Croker, originator and Master Instructor of the Croker Golf System, visited Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management on Thursday and presented to the entire student body. Mr. Croker is a PGA Professional from Australia, and his playing career included playing the Australian, New Zealand, European, and Asian PGA Tours from 1971 through […]

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Sandy Lyle, World Golf Hall Of Fame Member, Visits

World Golf Hall of Fame Member, Sandy Lyle visited Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management last week to catch up with his former Coach and close friend, Ken Martin, who is a PGA Faculty Member at the College of Golf. Mr. Lyle was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2012 […]

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Students Provide Lessons To Savanna Golf Club Members

Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management Bachelor’s Program students worked with 21 members of the Savanna Golf Club Men’s and Women’s Association at the St. Lucie Driving Range.  These private lessons have become a staple of the Men’s and Women’s Associations at the Savanna Club, and the comments from the Association Members have […]

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