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How You Create Long Term Memory

By TJ Tamasi, Keiser University College of Golf Instructor There are three steps to creating memory: 1) First you sense the experience (see, feel, hear), (2) Then, it’s held in short term memory (STM) while you evaluate what to do with it, and (3) Finally, you either forget it or it goes to long term…

What is a Pre-shot Routine?

Some of the best, and worst, golfers in the world have rituals they follow before every single shot they hit. This is called the pre-shot routine. The basic premise of the routine is to get yourself into the mindset to hit the ball as you want. It is just as much mental as physical, so…

A Grip for Your Yip

By Dr. TJ Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research South African star Charl Schwarzel uses a putting grip that’s designed to keep the right hand from overwhelming the left and shutting the face, a common cause of missed putts. He’s placed two tees in the form of a gate…

World’s Only Paraplegic PGA Professional, Dennis Walters Inspires Students

Dennis Walters, the world’s only paraplegic PGA Professional, recently visited Keiser University’s College of Golf and shared his inspiring story with students and staff. Labeled by PGA Professional and friend Wayne Warms as ‘the greatest story in the history of golf,’ Dennis is a testament to perseverance and tells everyone who attends his shows and…

How to Add More Speed to Your Swing

Adding more speed to your swing speed is instrumental for anyone who wants to hit the ball a little farther from the tee, fairways, or greens. Faster speeds deliver more “punch” at impact which allows the ball to compress more. This compression is what makes the ball fly. Think about swing speed like you would…