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What One Piece of Equipment do You Recommend to Help Someone Improve Their Golf Game?

Each golfer is an individual with unique strengths and weaknesses. Therefore, each golfer must honestly and accurately assess their game (ideally with the assistance of a PGA Teaching Professional or Certified Club Fitter) to determine if a certain piece of equipment would be beneficial. A driver that hits the ball farther and straighter can certainly…

Multiply Your Power Using Leverage

Multiply Your Power Using Leverage By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research The Greek scientist Archimedes said: “Give me a place to stand and I can move the world;” of course, this was an exaggeration to make the point that with the correct use of leverage…

College of Golf May 2019 Events

Keiser University College of Golf Student Achieves Impact Zone Instructor Certification Keiser University College of Golf student Peter Crocitto III recently earned Impact Zone Golf Associate Instructor certification, scoring 96% on the examination. After earning the initial Impact Zone Golf Player Certification, Crocitto continued to study for the Associate Instructor Certification while assisting Impact Zone…

What Are Your Top Five Tips to Break 100?

What Are Your Top Five Tips to Break 100? By Ken Martin, PGA Professional Certified in Instruction Keiser University College of Golf Learn an Athletic Swing Sequence – The golf swing is an athletic endeavor and, much like throwing a ball, it is most effective if the motion is performed in an athletic sequence. Watch…

TWO WAYS AT IMPACT: HARD AND/OR SOFT?

TWO WAYS AT IMPACT: HARD AND/OR SOFT? By Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research In golf, the “hard-wall player” hits across the straight front leg, just as the home run hitter does – while the “soft-wall player” generates less velocity but more accuracy using a slightly…