Blog

College of Golf December 2017 Events

College of Golf Students Conduct Tournament to Benefit Cystic Fibrosis Keiser University College of Golf students recently hosted a golf event to benefit Cystic Fibrosis, which provided valuable opportunities to gain experience in event marketing, the dissemination of tournament rules and regulations, the use of Golf Genius software, scoreboard completion, prize distribution, and more. “The…

How Much Does Body Conditioning Factor into Your Golf Game?

by John Callahan, PGA Professional, Golf Magazine Adjunct Top 100 Teacher, College of Golf Instructor In the 1940’s and 50’s, Ed “Porky” Oliver, also known as “Old Pork Chops” won eight times on the PGA Tour and was runner-up in three major championships. At 5’9” and 250 pounds, he is one of the golfers that people…

The Importance of Golf Cardio

Golf and fitness aren’t two words that go together. At least that is the cliché. But golf fitness is extremely important for players. The top PGA professionals all have training and workout regimes that help them play better. Strength training for golf can improve a player’s tee shot and golf swing. However, strength training isn’t…

How to Learn Golf while You Sleep

by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Ben Hogan was not one to waste time, even while he slept. He told of a recurring dream where he made 17 holes-in-one in a row, and then, off the 18th tee, he rimmed the cup. Hogan used his…

7 Golf Apps Worth Checking Out [Infographic]

Having a great app can take your golf game to the next level 1. Golf V1 Golf allows users to analyze their swing by recording themselves hitting a golf ball. Users can also compare their golf swing with the swings of professionals from a variety of professional golf tours. 2. Hole19 The app has information…