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Where Should the Golf Ball be Positioned in Relation to My Stance with Irons and Woods?

Where Should the Golf Ball be Positioned in Relation to My Stance with Irons and Woods? By John Callahan, PGA Professional, Golf Magazine Top 100 Adjunct Instructor Keiser University College of Golf Where Should the Golf Ball be Positioned in Relation to My Stance with Irons and Woods? The answer to the question of where…

The Senior Swing is Easy on the Back

The Senior Swing is Easy on the Back By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Bad backs are the bane of many a golfer – even some of the best golfers in the world. Just ask Jason Day, Tiger Woods, (isn’t it great for golf to…

How You Handle Stress is in Your Genes

How You Handle Stress is in Your Genes By Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research In a previous article, we saw the dangers of the swing compensation where the player, instead of fixing the problem, introduces another error as a tenuous fix. The problem is that…

Can Golf Pros Use GPS/Range Finder Devices?

Keiser University Question of the Month: Can Golf Pros Use GPS/Range Finder Devices? By Brian Hughes, PGA Master Professional   One of the changes in the rules of golf effective in January of 2019 regards the use of range finders. These devices can tell you exactly your distance to the flag and obstacles impairing your…

College of Golf January 2019 Events

Keiser University College of Golf Partners with FlightScope Keiser University College of Golf has partnered with FlightScope®, a global high-tech company and a true world leader in the development and manufacturing of Golf Launch Monitors. Through this partnership, Keiser’s College of Golf is incorporating FlightScope into its Bachelor of Science in Golf Management program curriculum…