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 on a weekly basis. We use the Motion Analysis Technology by Taylor Made for club fitting and detailed swing analysis, the AboutGolf Simulator to measure golf ball and club mechanics, and the V1 computer video analysis system to provide visual confirmation of the technical information generated on the AboutGolf Simulator, all in our indoor teaching/training facility. College of Golf PGA Professionals also teach individual lessons and clinics outdoors at the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance, which is only five minutes away from our campus. The design of the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance is ideal for teaching all aspects of the game, as they have over 5,000 square feet of putting greens, designated chipping and pitching areas, a bunker complex consisting of 7 different types of sand and different designs of bunkers, and a horseshoe shaped range area for practicing in different types of wind conditions. Also, all practice balls at the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance are Titleist balls. Students are not limited to merely taking lessons/clinics at the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance, as they have access 7 days a week from 8:00am until 9:00pm (current hours) to practice the different aspects of their games. For more information about the College of Golf facilities and golf career opportunities, visit http://collegeofgolf.keiseruniversity.edu/ or call 888-355-4465 to speak with a College of Golf Admissions Counselor.