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Waggle Sets the Stage for Swing That Follows

Waggle Sets the Stage for Swing That Follows by Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research The good golf swing begins with a bridge, or pre-motion — a waggle — that alerts the body to the start of the dynamic motion of the swing. There are many…

What is One Tip You have Learned from “Watching” Someone Else’s Golf Game?

by Frank Longabucco, PGA Instructor, Keiser University College of Golf One tip I learned from watching someone else play golf was to use your putter more often from off the green. Especially hard against the grain. There is a high probability you will make solid contact with your putter. That means a high probability for success….

Which Courses are Regarded as the Best 9 Hole Golf Courses in the World?

It isn’t often that golfers will choose to play a 9-hole golf course when there is an 18-hole course available. The 9-hole course is often seen as a necessary evil to play when there isn’t the chance to get a full 18 holes in. However, 9-hole courses offer just as much charm and enjoyment as…

Does It Matter What Golf Ball I Use?

Keiser University Questions of the Month: Does It Matter What Golf Ball I Use? By Ken Martin, PGA Professional Certified in Instruction Keiser University College of Golf Simply stated, the more skilled the player the more the type of golf ball used matters. There are three basic categories of golf balls; distance golf balls, higher…

Match Elbow and Hip For Solid Contact

by Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research  The quality of your impact position is determined by the relationship between two body parts: your trail elbow and trail hip. The trail elbow determines the path of the clubhead to the ball, so if your elbow matches up evenly…