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Bet on Tiger

By Keiser University Director of Online Golf Instruction Bradley Turner – MBA, PGA A week has passed since we heard the shocking news of Tiger’s accident. The golf world is still uncertain about the extent of his injuries, and there is widespread speculation that we may not see Tiger competing on the PGA Tour in…

A Brief History of Golf

The game of golf as we know it today can be attributed to the Scots, although there are records of several stick and ball games throughout history. As far back as the 13th century, the Dutch played a game where a leather ball was hit with the intention of reaching a target several hundred yards…

Soft Distance Keeps It Low

By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research When circumstances, such as a low hanging branch, force you to keep the ball low, there’s a special technique that produces what I call “soft distance.” Even though the trajectory of the shot is that of a hard-to-stop long…

Instructor Receives LPGA Award

Keiser University College of Golf Instructor Receives LPGA Award Keiser University College of Golf (KUCOG) instructor Donna White has recently been presented the 2020 Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Professional President’s Award by National President Marvol Barnard. Recognized for her leadership, long-term service, and contributions as an LPGA  Executive Committee member, White is also lauded for…

Gamify Your Short Game

By Bradley Turner MBA, PGA – Keiser University College of Golf Director of Online Golf Instruction In the first Conversations with a Golf Coach, my guest, Brendon Elliott, mentioned the importance of making practice fun for his juniors. He said, ‘gamification will engage junior golfers and make the learning experience measurable and enjoyable.’ The term…