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Dumb Golf Rules That Should Go Away

Part of the appeal of golf is the tradition, rules, and sense of honor. What other sport do you know where a competitor calls a penalty on himself? That’s standard procedure in golf. On the other hand, golf is hundreds of years old — some rules make no sense anymore, or they were dubious all […]

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When was the LPGA founded? [Infographic]

Share this Image On Your Site Please include attribution to Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management with this graphic. The LPGA is the Ladies’ Professional Golf Association. It is one of the oldest running women’s professional sports organizations in the country. It was founded in 1950 by these 13 remarkable women: • Alice […]

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December Events at College of Golf

Keiser University Flagship Campus Sports Medicine and Exercise Science Students Teach Core Training to Golf Students Surprisingly enough, many elite golfers suffer from different physical injuries and ailments that effect their golf game. Of all the injuries, lower back injuries are the greatest disabler.   Keiser University Exercise Leadership class students finished their semester with the […]

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When to Pitch and Chip

  Your ball has landed five yards from the green on a par-5. Congratulations, you are pin high in two shots. A nice pitch or chip here that leaves it close to the pin will set you up for a good chance at birdie. Great, but do you chip it or pitch it? Let’s keep […]

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Who Tees Off First [Infographic]

Share this Image On Your Site Please include attribution to Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management with this graphic. New to golf or looking to brush up on your etiquette? We’re here to help keep you from making an embarrassing mistake. The First Tee On the first tee, you can decide who goes […]

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What's in the Bag? Brian Hughes' Golf Bag

Brian Hughes, PGA Master Professional at Keiser University College of Golf Program Director shares: WHAT’S IN THE BAG? Miscellaneous Supplies include items for personal protection and training aids, Sharpies for placing identifying marks on golf balls. Alieve. needed as my old bones need all the help they can get! Driver: TaylorMade R15; 10.5 degrees loft; […]

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Spotlight on: Golf Management Jobs [Infographic]

Share this Image On Your Site Please include attribution to Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management with this graphic. Want to learn about even more careers in the golf industry? Download our Golf Career Guide now.

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What's in the Bag? David Wixson's Golf Bag

David Wixson, PGA Master Professional at Keiser University College of Golf Instructor shares:   “What’s in the Bag” Driver: TaylorMade SLDR; 12 degrees loft; neutral settings; 45 inches long; D-2 swingweight; TaylorMade Fujikura Speeder 57 Graphite regular flex shaft; standard size rubber Golf Pride Tour Velvet grip. Fairway Metal: Nike SQ three wood; 15 degrees loft, […]

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Tips to Get into a Golf Course Management Career

Golf course management seems like a dream job. Some people get to work in the sport they love every day. And depending on your career path, you get to spend a lot of time outdoors. What’s not to love? For many people in the golf industry, it is a great career, but like all industries, […]

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Elements of the Best Golf Swing [Infographic]

Share this Image On Your Site Please include attribution to Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management with this graphic. When you’re trying to master your golf swing, everything will always bring you back to the basics. If you’re looking to improve on your swing, take a hard look at these fundamentals. Position •Distribute […]

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What are the Requirements for Golf Sales Jobs?

If there’s one job besides golf pro that it seems like everyone wants, it’s selling for a major golf Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) like Titleist, TaylorMade or Callaway. Let’s explore the requirements to get hired as an outside sales representative for a major golf brand, and look at other alternatives as well. Required Skill Sets for […]

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What's in the Bag? John Callahan's Golf Bag

John Callahan, PGA, Golf Magazine Adjunct Top 100 Teacher, Keiser University College of Golf Instructor shares: WHAT’S IN THE BAG? Driver: Nike MachSpeed Black STR8-Fit; 10.5 degrees loft; neutral settings; 45 inches long; D-2 swingweight; ProForce AxivCore 55-gram regular flex shaft; standard size rubber Nike grip. Fairway Metals: Callaway Great Big Bertha 3, 5, […]

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Golf Bag Essentials That Will Make You Feel Like a Pro [Infographic]

Share this Image On Your Site </p> <p><strong>Please include attribution to Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management with this graphic.</strong></p> <p><a href=’http://collegeofgolf.keiseruniversity.edu/golf-bag-essentials-will-make-feel-like-pro/’><img src=’http://collegeofgolf.keiseruniversity.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Golf-Bag-Essentials.jpg’ alt=’Golf Bag Essentials That Will Make You Feel Like a Pro’ width=’528px’ border=’0′ /></a></p> <p> Some golfers spend a lot of time comparing their clubs to the ones that the […]

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Events at College of Golf - November 2016 Edition Two

Keiser University’s National Collegiate Club Golf Team Finishes 9th in National Championship Keiser University’s College of Golf National Collegiate Club Golf Team (NCCGA) recently traveled to Orlando, Florida to compete in the NCCGA National Championship on Walt Disney World’s Palm and Magnolia Golf Courses. Among 25 national qualifiers from an original field of over 200 teams, […]

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What Can You Do about Golf Yips?

It’s a long par four, but you nailed a 3-metal on your second shot and, partially due to the dry ground, it rolled up two feet from the pin. It’s practically a gimme. Just drop this easy putt, and you’ll have a nice birdie on a tough hole. Brimming with confidence, you line up your […]

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