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A Simple Idea to Find More Fairways

By Bradley Turner MBA, PGA Keiser University College of Golf Director of Online Golf Instruction A common problem for the majority of amateur golfers is the inability to aim themselves properly to the target. There are a few potential causes that exacerbate this problem. Ball flight tendencies are a major source of aiming error. If…

Always Sweat the Small Stuff

By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Napoleon lost at Waterloo because someone in his army forgot to bring the nails to disable the cannon so they couldn’t be used by the enemy if the gun emplacements were overrun. And as fate would have it, at…

Training Aids for the Beginner Golfer

By Bradley Turner MBA, PGA Keiser University College of Golf Director of Online Golf Instruction The experienced golfer often forgets the challenges of learning the game of golf.  When they have a chance to share golf advice with a beginner golfer, the result is often a data dump of information that overwhelms the golfer they…

Use Premack’s Principle to Improve Your Game

By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research I teach a professional player who hates to practice his short game. He’s a very long hitter who is much taken with the concept of distance –– he always checks out how far he hits it in relation to…

How Are Golf Courses Ranked?

It doesn’t take a golf degree to appreciate a good course. Golf course rankings are published every year by popular golf magazines and websites. The oldest is Golf Digest’s biennial rankings of the greatest golf courses in America. Voted on by a group of golf experts, they have published this list since 1965. Golf Digest…