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Less Loft For Better Chipping

by Bradley Turner MBA, PGA Director of Online Golf Instruction Keiser University College of Golf Teaching the short game has been a passion of mine for many years. If the goal is to lower your handicap, focusing on the simple chip shots around the green will provide quick and long-term improvement. A large percentage of…

Match Your Strategy to Your Current Performance

By Bradley Turner, Keiser University College of Golf Director of Online Golf Instruction – MBA, PGA I would suggest that the average avid golfer is an eternal optimist on the first tee.  Through the course of the day, the positive thoughts on the first tee may fade away but, in the end, the avid golfer…

An Odd Pair: Golf and Yoga

There are people that take up golf and you have people who take up yoga. These two activities and types of people are thought to be on opposite spectrums of the sports and fitness world. However, if you really think about it, golf and yoga have more in common than what might first come to…

Preparation Can Overcome Pain

By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research The game of golf is the ultimate persistence test because each shot requires sequential problem-solving. Research shows that unless properly trained, your brain’s ability to resolve sequential problems ebbs when it comes to performing a series of related tasks…

Play Golf with Your ‘Child Brain’

By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research An infant’s brain wires itself in response to novel stimuli. For a while, everything in the child’s world is novel, and learning is easy, but for a sport like golf, adult learners often have to see the relevance of…