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Common Golf Course Accidents (and how to prevent them)

It doesn’t take a PhD in sports medicine to know that golf is not a physical contact sport. What is not understood by many golf novices and non-players, however, is that the game is quite physically demanding. Accidents and injuries are common on the golf course. If a golfer isn’t careful, he or she could…

A Golfing Wolverine

by Dr. T.J. Tomasi, College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Several years ago, I asked my class at Keiser University the question: “If you could have your arm adjustable in length and shaped into a golf club – like the movie superhero – sort of a ‘Golfing Wolverine,’ would you do it…

The Back Moves the Front

by Dr. TJ Tomasi College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Counterintuitive as it may sound, in the golf swing, specifically the upper body, the back moves the front. Research conducted in the biomechanics lab at Penn State University studied muscle activity during the golf swing, primarily the left latissimus dorsi of the…

Five Golf Courses in the World to Play Before You Die

Before you begin planning your next golfing trip, you may want to consider playing five of the greatest golf courses in the world. Some of these courses are rather expensive to play, but they are definitely worth the cost of admission. You’ll be able to walk the same fairways that the best players in the…

Low Shear vs. High Shear Coil

Low Shear vs. High Shear Coil by TJ Tomasi College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research If you use the modern coil in your golf swing, will you still be playing ‘good golf’ when you’re 76? Note, I said ‘good golf,’ not good golf for 76! Recently in an Els for Autism Pro-Am Golf…