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How Is A Golf Course Designed?  

Seen by the amateur or non-lover of the sport, a golf course is merely a landscape filled with green grass, trees, and sandpits. However, to a golfer, golf enthusiast, or club member, a golf course is a work of art. Golf course design involves the challenging patterning and precise location of sand, grass, hills and…

Max Out Your Driver

By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research To max out distance with your driver, you need just the right balance between your ball speed, launch angle, and spin rate (i.e., how fast the ball is rotating around its axis as it flies through the air). The…

The Nine O’clock Wedge Swing

By Bradley Turner MBA, PGA Director of Online Golf Instruction Keiser University College of Golf Picture a clock face on the golfer from a face-on view.  The player head would be at 12:00, and the ball would represent 6:00.  The picture to the right is a good example of the 9:00 wedge swing where we…

Body Release is Driven by Momentum

By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research The body’s role in the release of the golf club is passive, in that you don’t force your body to move when you’re playing on the course. The movement is a result of being in the correct position as…

Anatomy of a Green Jacket

By Bradley Turner MBA, PGA Director of Online Golf Instruction, Keiser University College of Golf Another Masters Tournament is in the books, with Dustin Johnson putting on the Green Jacket for the first time. Johnson was not a surprise winner at Augusta National, where the long hitter has always had an advantage.  This year was…