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It’s Good for Your Game

It’s Good for Your Game by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research According to many historians, King Richard III of England not only had a deformed personality (Shakespeare described him as a monster) but also a deformed body caused by severe scoliosis, an abnormal curvature of…

College of Golf November 2017 Events

COLLEGE OF GOLF TOURNAMENT RAISES MONEY FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS PGA Professionals Frank Longabucco and David Wixson recently organized a student and staff golf tournament which benefited Cystic Fibrosis while serving as a valuable learning opportunity. Out of the group of ten, students Marshall Lamp and Daniel McCoy took home first place with a sterling score…

5 Ways to Enjoy Golf this Winter

Winter is upon us, and many of the regions across the United States will be experiencing chilly weather. Not everyone is lucky enough to get away to Arizona, Florida, Texas or Southern California to play golf this winter. Even if you are unable to go to a warmer region, you can still enjoy playing golf…

How to Handle the Release

How to Handle the Release by Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Ben Hogan said he wished he had three right hands, and one of the best ball strikers ever, Tommy Armour, nicknamed the Silver Scot, wrote an entire instruction book based on hitting with the…

Golf Handicap Scores: It’s Time to be Realistic

Walk around any golf clubhouse and you will hear players lamenting their handicaps. No matter if they play once a week or every day, most golfers want to improve their handicap scores. It isn’t often that golfers return from an 18-hole round of golf and are satisfied if they shot three of four strokes higher…