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What’s the Worst Weather You’ve ever Played a Round of Golf In?

by David Wixson, PGA Master Professional, Keiser University College of Golf Professor What’s the Worst Weather You’ve ever Played a Round of Golf In? Did You Play All 18 Holes? I once played a qualifier for a Nike Tour event at the Moors Golf Club in Milton FL, near Pensacola. I don’t remember the exact month,…

How do College Golf Teams Qualify for Regionals?

Tiger Woods is arguably the most successful ex-college golfer in the world today. However, he isn’t the only PGA player to have played in the college ranks. Plenty of tour players graced the greens of college golf, including John Daly (Arkansas), Jon Rahm (Arizona State) and Phil Mickelson (Arizona State). Not all college golfers can…

Power Chain Starts at Ground Level

Power Chain Starts at Ground Level by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research The flow of power (the amount of energy transferred in a unit of time) in the golf swing runs from the ground up through the pelvis, then into the shoulders, then the arms,…

How Many Hours Does it Take to See a Significant Improvement in Your Golf Game?

How Many Hours Does it Take to See a Significant Improvement in Your Golf Game? John Callahan, PGA Professional, Golf Magazine Adjunct Top 100 Teacher, College of Golf Instructor Note: There are many factors that comprise ones “golf game” — factors such as mental approach, course management, fitness, golf equipment and golf swing. So to see…

Simple Guidelines to Change Your Swing [Infographic]

Champions plan their swing changes after thoughtful, in-depth analysis of their game and their goals. So, if you’re going to change your swing like the pros do, rather than taking the knee-jerk route, follow these simple guidelines: 1) Develop a detailed blueprint for change, including a timeline and how you’ll know when you’re finished. 2)…