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College of Golf Students Play Hickory and Persimmon Golf

by Dr. Eric Wilson Keiser University College of Golf Executive Director of Golf Operations Several students at Keiser University’s College of Golf recently enjoyed a round of Hickory and Persimmon Golf as part of their History of Golf class, led by PGA Professionals Ken Martin and Brad Turner. Under the direction of Dr. Eric Wilson,…

7 Types of Grass and How They Affect Your Golf Game

by Bradley Turner, Keiser University College of Golf Director of Online Golf Instruction – PGA, MBA In 1991, I moved to Orlando from the Midwest, where I had lived most of my life in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana. I had spent a few winters in Florida prior to moving to Orlando, but I had never…

‘Hole-In-One’ Focus Help Define Success for Keiser University Valedictorian

Keiser University graduate Michela Tjan Salti Effendie is now realizing the rewards of her academic efforts as she is recognized as Keiser University Flagship Campus’ co-valedictorian along with fellow student Samantha Lopez Cruz. Having originally settled in the United States from her native Indonesia in 2018 to join Keiser’s golf program, Effendie soon began to…

9 Golf Podcasts You Should Listen To

by Bradley Turner, Keiser University College of Golf Director of Online Golf Instruction – MBA, PGA Golf Entertainment Podcasts Golf is supposed to be fun, right? If you enjoy the lighter side of the game and want to be entertained by fun hosts, the following podcasts are a good start in discovering fun and entertaining…

Is There a Perfect Swing, And If There Is, Should You Teach It?

by Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research It cost a million dollars + and took several years to complete, but the research by Ph.D.’s Alastair Cochran and John Stobbs produced a scientific answer to the question “Is there a perfect swing?” Their answer was no, and…