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When Independence is not a Good Thing

WHEN INDEPENDENCE IS NOT A GOOD THING by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research There are two important facts about the shoulders in the golf swing: (1) It’s obvious that the shoulders are connected to the arms, but what is not so obvious is that the…

Tips to Practice Golf at Home: Professor Brian Hughes Weighs In

Tips to Practice Golf at Home: Professor Brian Hughes Weighs In By Brian Hughes, PGA Master Professional, Golf Program Director, Keiser University College of Golf Practice at home can take many forms, and having grown up in the Snow Belt, I can honestly say I consider myself an expert at trying to improve at golf…

Who has the Highest Amateur Golf Handicap Ever?

Professional golfers are good, really good. Of course, there are a lot of scratch golfers out there that believe they can swing with the pros. But the PGA Tour professionals are far better than any scratch golfer or amateur around. There are amateur golfers out there that are on the verge of going professional. These…

Professor David Wixson Shares How has the Game of Golf Has Contributed to His Life

Professor David Wixson Shares How has the Game of Golf Has Contributed to His Life David Wixson, PGA Master Professional, Keiser University College of Golf Professor I grew up in Philadelphia, PA nowhere near a golf course and never expected to have a career as a golf professional. My career in golf has allowed me to visit…

Top 5 Left-Handed PGA Golfers [Infographic]

Left-handed golfers are quite rare on the PGA Tour. Some claim young, natural left-handed golfers become right-handed players due to the shortage of available golf equipment. While there is a long list of PGA professionals that are right-handed, the same cannot be said for southpaws. The list of Majors’ winners on the PGA circuit that…