Golf Coaching: Find a Gatekeeper to Improve Your Golf Game

A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T. J. Tomasi (1940-2023) Imagine the number of people tugging on your cape if you were the #1 golfer in the world. To safeguard yourself, you would need a gatekeeper (such as a trusted coach, an agent, or a…

Putting Technique “The Claw”: A Grip for Your Yip

A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T.J. Tomasi (1940-2023) South African star Charl Schwarzel uses a putting grip designed to keep the right hand from overwhelming the left and shutting the face, a common cause of missed putts. He’s placed two tees in the form…

How You Create Long-Term Memory for Golf Swing Improvement

A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T. J. Tomasi (1940-2023) There are three steps to creating memory: First, you sense the experience (see, feel, hear). Then, it’s held in short-term memory (STM) while you evaluate what to do with it. Finally, you either forget it,…

Golf Release Practice: You Don’t Do A Release, You Have One

A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T. J. Tomasi (1940-2023) If there is one thing you need to learn about the golf swing, it’s this: The closer to impact you get, the less you should be trying to do. Said in another way, less is…

Off to See the Wizard: Learning to Be a Great Golfer

A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T. J. Tomasi (1940-2023) Here is a sobering fact: Your brain doesn’t care what it learns – it doesn’t have a quality detector, so if you’re not on the ball, you’ll learn the bad right along with the good…

Visual Mastery: Exploring the Quiet Eye Technique For Golfers

A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T. J. Tomasi (1940-2023) Darting eyes are designed to locate threats – at this point, you are in the first stage of the response cycle. The second stage is assessing the information your darting eyes gathered so you can…

Hit, Achieve, Leave: The Art of Progressing in Golf

Keiser University College of Golf leaders are saddened to announce the passing of their colleague, Dr. T. J. Tomasi. Recognized as one of Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Teachers, Dr. Tomasi had previously served as Director of the PGA National Academy of Golf Players School, which was voted one of Golf Magazine’s Top 25 Golf Schools…

Essential Golf Warm-Up Drills Before You Tee Off

By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research What are the best drills for warming up before you go to the first tee? Here are the two I always suggest to my students – pro or amateur: Switch From Baseball to Golf Warm Up – As You…

Sleep Can Help Your Golf Swing Improve

By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Even if you’re not a Darwinist, it just makes sense that sleep must be important because we spend a third of our lives doing it and feeling better. But sleep does more than recharge our batteries. Dr. Jan Born,…