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The Single Plane Swing -- A Natural Definition

Ever heard of the Single Plane Golf Swing? See Ken Martin’s article below. Ken is a proponent of the Single Plane Golf Swing and qualified to play in the Senior PGA Championship held at Valhalla Golf Course in May of 2011 using this method. By Ken Martin, PGA, Director of Golf Instruction, Natural Golf There […]

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THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY IN GOLF INSTRUCTION

It seems like every time you watch a golf tournament on TV, you hear about the latest and greatest golf instruction guru, who guides his/her new student to victory or instant improvement. When you attend a PGA or LPGA Tour event and watch the practice area, you see these gurus with video equipment and the […]

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Limits on Golf Ball Performance

The topic of limiting golf ball performance has been addressed recently as a way of reducing the distance professionals hit the ball on the PGA/ Nationwide tours. We have witnessed some incredible performances from Robert Garrigus, Bubba Watson, Dustin Johnson, and John Daly before them. Talk has been circulating that great golf courses are becoming […]

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HOW LONG AND WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO GET BETTER?

It is absolutely amazing how emotionally attached golfers become to playing the game of golf and improving their scores. However, most golfers are unaware of what it takes to improve and how long that process may last. As we watch the PGA, Nationwide, and LPGA Tours on TV, it appears that the game is so […]

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Grand Opening Media Coverage!

Check out the news coverage of our Grand Opening Event. Link to CBS 12 News website coverage. NBC video of Grand Opening

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Happenings in June

Just a bit of what is happening down in Port St Lucie… Student News: On June 9th, two students at the College of Golf Keiser University scored eagles on the PGA Ryder Course. Mark Beaulieu holed a 106 yard wedge to a back pin location on the 8th hole for an eagle 2 and finished […]

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College of Golf April News

This month’s class is Short Game Fundamentals, and the first day’s lecture was followed by training and drills on the 1,500 square foot indoor putting green by Southwest Greens. Students were put through a Short Game Evaluation at the PGA CGLP, which consisted of Short Putts, Long Putts, Chipping, Pitching, and Bunker Play. Chris Dobbs […]

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A lesson on...taking a lesson??

Brian Hughes, PGA Professional So you’ve been working on your golf game for a while now, playing and having fun. But there is one small element of the game that is frustrating you, that is, your scores are not getting any better. Lessons are a consideration, but will they help? With the proper planning and […]

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The College of Golf Keiser University facility hosted a meeting

The College of Golf Keiser University facility hosted a Port St. Lucie Athletic Directors/Golf Coaches scheduling meeting Tuesday evening. Athletic Directors/Golf Coaches were given a tour of the facility, including a demonstration of the MATT System, V-1 Computer Swing Analysis System, and Fore Golf Simulator by Brian Hughes. Four High School Golf Teams signed up […]

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College of Golf Student on Long Drive Circuit

JOSH CAMITTA, COLLEGE OF GOLF KEISER UNIVERSITY STUDENT, COMPETES IN A LONG DRIVERS’ CIRCUIT EVENT Upon his return from the long-drive competition, Josh was asked to provide a first-hand account of his experience, which follows: Recently, I competed in my first Long Drive event on the Long Drivers’ Circuit. The event was held at the […]

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First Day in the Facility...You Have to See This Place!

While pictures cannot convey just how good the College of Golf campus is looking, these sample images should at least give an idea.  It is like going to a resort golf school and staying for 16 months…golf in college just got a lot more impressive! The Indoor Training Area:  1500 sq ft putting green looking […]

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Moving in this weekend...and man does it look sweet!

The new campus is close to complete and we plan to teach there on Monday. Too much going on to list it all but we are ready to go and the exciting golf pieces are coming into place! Southwest Greens has installed a 1500 square foot indoor green complete with fringe and 9 holes. V1 […]

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NEW FACILITY FOR COLLEGE OF GOLF KEISER UNIVERSITY

I stopped by the new facility for College of Golf Keiser University yesterday to observe the progress of the interior construction. It looks like we will be able to move into the building in the next three weeks, if all goes well. The indoor putting green is almost finished, and Southwest Greens has done a […]

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CLUB FITTING AND CLUB REPAIR

The College of Golf Keiser University has partnered with Mitchell Golf Equipment Company to establish a first class 700 square foot club repair facility within the campus. Mitchell Golf will provide all club repair equipment and training for the PGA Professional Staff at The College of Golf. While visiting the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, […]

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PGA Instruction at the College of Golf

A lot of prospective students want to know how our PGA Instructors teach the game of golf. In addition to the formal classes dealing with Golf Swing Fundamentals, Short Game Fundamentals, The Mental Approach to Golf, and Rules of Golf, College of Golf PGA Instructors offer individual lessons to students, clinics, and club fitting sessions […]

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