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Which Type of 80’s Shooter are You?

By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research According to the National Golf Foundation, a bunch of people who get paid to figure stuff like this out, the average score shot by the 25 million or so American golfers is ~102. A mere ten percent of all…

Student is One Step Closer to a Career in Golf Thanks to Keiser University and The First Tee of the Palm Beaches Scholarship Program

  Palm Beach County student Amber Steele is one step closer to a career in golf thanks to a full-tuition scholarship offered by Keiser University and The First Tee of the Palm Beaches. After becoming fascinated with the sport and the camaraderie it offered from watching her father play as a child, the Loxahatchee, Florida…

What Golf Gear is Best for Beginners?

Golf does require some equipment to get started, and luckily there are some courses that will accommodate those who don’t own golf equipment with rental services that provide the needed golf gear to get out on the course. There are constantly new, innovative equipment items out there made to get more distance in your drive…

“Shear” Torture for Your Back

By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research “Shear” is the force produced when two structures oppose each other and attempt to slide past one another causing a twisting force.  An Earthquake in Your Back Two hundred million years ago North America split, producing tectonic plate-like slabs…

How is Golf Course Par Determined?

Golf Course Par Par is an interesting thing to contemplate. It’s a goal all golfers strive to reach, a challenge to test their golfing acumen against the course. Simply stated, par is the number of strokes that it is believed an expert golfer would take to move the ball from the tee to the hole….