College of Golf Students Begin Impact Zone Golf Player Certifications

Nine Keiser University College of Golf students attended the first stage of Impact Zone Golf Player Certification Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance. Dr. Eric Wilson, College of Golf Executive Director of Golf Operations, PGA Master Professional and Impact Zone Master Instructor, conducted the two-hour clinics, assisted by College of Golf Graduate and Impact Zone Golf Associate Instructor John Ennen and two Impact Zone Players, Thomas Magnant and Steve Shaw. Anibal Lugo, Jamie Kotulka, Albert Kurtz, Brian Publ, David Lee, Paul Damiani, Sabrie Boothe, Joseph Carolone, and Scott Voightmann attended the clinics, which covered how Bobby Clampett developed the Impact Zone Golf concept, an overview of the Five Dynamics of Impact Zone Golf, and specific instruction and drills on Impact Zone Golf Dynamics #1 (Flat Left Wrist at Impact) and #2 (Forward Swing Bottom). This clinic is the first step to achieving Impact Zone Player Certification. Clinic #2 will be held in two weeks, allowing participants of Clinic #1 to practice the drills they learned. After completing both clinics, participants will take a 50-question test and must score 90% or above to achieve Impact Zone Player Certification. Once completed, students will receive an Impact Zone Player Certificate signed by Bobby Clampett, appropriate for framing and displaying. Bobby Clampett and Impact Zone Golf are highlighted in the February issue of Golf Digest Magazine.