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Headomics: Head Movement in Golf Swing

  A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T. J. Tomasi (1940-2023) Your neck is designed to allow you to nod your head “yes” and rotate your head “no.” During the golf swing, you want the “no” motion as opposed to the “yes” motion. To keep…

Proper Golf Stance: How to Find Your Perfect Knee Flex

  A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T. J. Tomasi (1940-2023) Knee Flex in Golf Swing Knee flex in golf plays a crucial role in establishing a solid foundation for the golf swing. Proper knee flex allows golfers to maintain balance, stability, and power throughout…

Golf Swing Training: Is Your Stick Stuck?

A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T. J. Tomasi (1940-2023)   When Tiger Woods hits a bad shot on TV, the commentators often say, ‘He got the club stuck behind him.’ What they are referring to is a serious but common sequence problem. Woods is…

Repeatable Golf Swing: How Long Do You Have to Wait for Your Swing to Work?

A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T. J. Tomasi (1940-2023) Science tells us some important things about repetition. “It is a well-known psychological principle that learning is better when training trials are spaced out than when given all together,” says Dr. Wayne Sossin of McGill…

Golf Mental Exercises: Imaging Helps Protect Golf Muscle

  By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research  I’ve given more than 50,000 golf lessons, and my experience tells me that most golfers don’t have a lot of time to work out and/or don’t like to – so they seldom visit the gym. Either way, this lack of a structured workout presents a real problem, especially as you age. For…