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The Claw Grip Eases Putting Woes

The Claw Grip Eases Putting Woes By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research The claw is an unorthodox grip that more than a few players on the PGA Tour use to cure their putting woes. There are several variations of the claw, but this is the…

Success is Earned, Not Inherited

Success is Earned, Not Inherited By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research There is no doubt that golf is a difficult game, but do you have to be born with superstar reflexes, the eyesight of an eagle, and the strength of an NFL lineman to be…

College of Golf January 2020 Events

Flagship Campus E-Sports Team Members Learn Golf Swing Basics from College of Golf Students Keiser University E-Sports team members and College of Golf students recently gained hands-on learning opportunities through collaboration.   For four consecutive weeks, Professor John Callahan’s Advanced Golf Instruction class members were thankful to gain experience by instructing E-Sports team members. “Hands-on teaching…

LPGA Launches new 2020 Online Teacher Education Program in Partnership with Keiser University, Its Global Education Provider

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA), the largest and longest-standing women’s sports teaching organization in the world with more than 1,800 members, recently announced the official launch of the first semester of its new online Teacher Education Program. The program is conducted in partnership with Keiser University, the LPGA’s exclusive online Global Education Provider.  “We…

The Body Angles of Address and Impact are Not the Same

The Body Angles of Address and Impact are Not the Same By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Even today, some antiquated instruction preaches that impact should mirror your address position, but this is obviously not correct. There are three areas of major importance illustrated from…