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The Purpose of Wrists in a Golf Swing

The Purpose of Wrists in a Golf Swing By Ken Martin, PGA Professional Certified in Instruction and General Management Golf Program Instructor Keiser University College of Golf How should your wrists work in the golf swing and what are the consequences of improper wrist action? A golfer’s wrists act as a hinge between the arms…

How to Improve the Golf IQ

How to Improve the Golf IQ David Wixson, PGA Master Professional Golf Program Instructor Keiser University College of Golf To determine how one can improve their golf IQ we must first define “Golf IQ” as the term could mean something different for each individual. Loosely defined, Golf IQ infers that one golfer is more knowledgeable…

Has Driving Distance Changed on the PGA Tour Within the Last Decade?

Has Driving Distance Changed on the PGA Tour Within the Last Decade? Brian Hughes, PGA Master Professional Golf Program Director Keiser University College of Golf There has been considerable discussion recently regarding how far PGA Tour players are driving the golf ball. Observers of the game spot a player reaching a long par 5 with…

How Do You Motivate Students When They Get Frustrated and Discouraged?

How Do You Motivate Students When They Get Frustrated and Discouraged? John Callahan, PGA, Golf Magazine Adjunct Top 100 Teacher Golf Program Instructor Keiser University College of Golf Winston Churchill once expressed his frustration with golf with the hyperbolic statement, “Golf is a game whose aim is to hit a very small ball into an…

College of Golf September 2018 Events

Friday Competitions Remain a Favorite for Keiser University College of Golf Students Keiser University College of Golf Professor Frank Longabucco continued to spice up the summer golf curriculum with a Friday afternoon “Two Best-balls of Four Net” competition for students and PGA staff members at the PGA National Resort & Spa golf courses. The friendly…