Keiser University College of Golf – First Graduating Class!

Last Thursday, April 21, 2011, Keiser University College of Golf celebrated the completion of the Associate of Science in Golf Management program for the first seven students who started their classes in January of 2010. David Barber, Jesse Dake, Ryan James, Adam Linsky, Guy Mancini, Kris Nudd, and Doug Young were recognized at a luncheon for the entire student body of 150 in the College of Golf indoor training area. Each of the seven received a Keiser University lapel pin from Dr. Eric Wilson, Executive Director of Golf Operations and best wishes from the entire College of Golf staff. The seven graduates were then treated to a round of golf at The Legacy Country Club, a private facility located in the PGA Village. The Legacy was legendary George Fazio’s final golf course design project and is a challenging layout that routinely hosts U.S. Open qualifiers. The formal graduation ceremony with cap and gown will be held June 10, 2011 in the Port St. Lucie Convention Center for those who can return to participate. Keiser University College of Golf staff sends their best wishes to all graduates as they embark on their careers within the golf industry – you will all be sorely missed!