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The Smallest, Most Important Move in Golf

The Smallest, Most Important Move in Golf by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research There are two types of motion that are combined during the downswing, and the timing of the transition from one type of motion (lateral) to the other type (rotational) is the key…

Student Testimonial, Rob Bannon

How long have you wanted to pursue a degree in golf? Why did you choose the College of Golf’s online program? I started considering a degree in Golf about 2 years ago but did not want to become a full-time resident student.  I  currently coach high school golf and run my own performance coaching business…

Who Plays and Putts First?

Keiser University Question of the Month: Who Plays and Putts First? By Brian Hughes, PGA Master Professional Can’t we just be nice and decide among us whose turn it is to play? Outside of competition, I would say the answer is yes. Whoever is ready to play, provided the coast is clear, should go first,…

Angle of Attack’s Role in How Far You Hit Your Driver

Angle of Attack’s Role in How Far You Hit Your Driver By Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research As you probably know, TrackMan technology measures what the golf ball is doing from impact to the time it stops rolling. I employed the TrackMan for a study…

Why is Golf So Hard?

Keiser University Questions of the Month: Why is Golf So Hard? By Ken Martin, PGA Professional Certified in Instruction Keiser University College of Golf   As with most topics on golf, whether it is hard to master is a matter of perspective. One view may suggest that golf is not hard; hit the little white…