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May the PES Be with You

May the PES Be with You By Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research A man nicknamed “Four-Finger Brown,” soon to be known as “Three-Finger Brown,” was mowing his lawn when his neighbor asked him how he got his nickname. The man stuck his finger into the…

The Culture of Golf and Why It’s Important

The Culture of Golf and Why It’s Important By John Callahan, PGA, Golf Magazine Adjunct Top 100 Teacher Golf Program Instructor Keiser University College of Golf The “Culture of Golf” has many laudable facets. For example, The First Tee, a youth sports organization with the mission of growing the game by transforming the experience of…

The Importance of Playing with Properly Fit Golf Clubs

The Importance of Playing with Properly Fit Golf Clubs by Dr. Eric C. Wilson, PGA Legacy Master Professional Executive Director of Golf Operations Keiser University College of Golf The game of golf is hard enough to play without having to concern oneself with equipment that may not fit a swing motion or body type. Having…

College of Golf October 2018 Events

Students at Keiser University College of Golf recently enjoyed a round of Hickory Golf using hickory shafted golf clubs during their History of Golf class. The group of twelve, along with professor Ken Martin, dressed in period clothing used mid-irons, mashies, niblicks, and putters with hickory shafts to play the par-72 Squire Course at PGA…

Wrist Function During the Golf Swing and Consequences of Improper Action

Wrist Function During the Golf Swing and Consequences of Improper Action By Ken Martin, PGA Professional Certified in Instruction and General Management Golf Program Instructor Keiser University College of Golf A golfer’s wrists act as a hinge between the arms and the golf club. Such a hinge can provide an advantage for moving the club…