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The Difference Between Rotating and Spinning

The Difference Between Rotating and Spinning by Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Many times in golf, what you think you’re doing during your swing and what you’re actually doing are two entirely different matters. Nowhere is this more evident than when you try your best…

Types of Golf Courses: Links, Parkland and Desert

There are three main types of golf courses found around the world. Links, parkland and desert golf courses are commonly found, but each is very different. In addition, all three are found in very different places. While links golf courses, parkland and desert golf courses are commonly played on, and the two names are thrown…

Etiquette Makes the Game More Fun

Etiquette Makes the Game More Fun by Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research After a recent segment on etiquette, I received several emails from golfers who described what I’d call gamesmanship, i.e., purposely trying to upset the opponent. The golfer who stands directly behind you while…

What’s Your Favorite "19th" Hole?

What’s Your Favorite “19th” Hole? By Brian Hughes, PGA Master Professional, Golf Program Director, Keiser University College of Golf According to Wikipedia, the Nineteenth Hole is a slang term for a pub, bar, or restaurant on or near the golf course, very often the clubhouse itself. A standard round of golf has only eighteen holes, so golfers will say…

What Golfers Have the Most Holes in One? [Infographic]

A hole in one, or an ace, is one of the most difficult things a golfer can accomplish. It isn’t easy to drive a ball 300 or 400-yards straight into the cup. Sinking an ace is a combination of skill and luck, and some PGA players have a little more of both than others. According…