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 tremendous job. Integrated Solutions is almost finished with hanging the nets and setting up the four indoor hitting stations, including one station using a 3-camera setup with V1 computer video analysis software for teaching purposes. Offices and classrooms are receiving the finishing touches, and our Club Repair Lab is ready for Mitchell Golf Equipment Company to install the most modern calibration/analysis equipment in the industry. We are anxiously awaiting installation of the Motion Analysis Technology by Taylor Made system for swing evaluation and club fitting. Additionally, the indoor training area will have a golf simulator available for student use. Three of our current students have taken advantage of the unique relationship we have with Taylor Made Golf and have ordered new sets of clubs. Students have had nothing but positive comments about the playability of the Taylor Made equipment. The PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance has welcomed the College of Golf with open arms, and our students make great use of the facility, which is open seven days a week from 8:30am-9:00pm. Students can practice all areas of their game, including putting, chipping, pitching, and the full swing. The staff and students at College of Golf Keiser University are excited about the impending move, and access to the indoor training facility will only enhance an already exceptional educational program.