Blog

College of Golf August 2018 Events

Keiser University’s College of Golf Welcomes Merritt Island High School Boys’ Team Keiser University’s College of Golf recently welcomed the Merritt Island High School Boy’s Golf Team for a preseason-training clinic. John Callahan, a PGA Professional and Golf Magazine Top 100 Adjunct Teacher, introduced the first lesson of proper grip, aim, and setup, with emphasis…

The Story of My Life: The Ideal Actor to Relay My Journey

The Story of My Life: The Ideal Actor to Relay My Journey By Donna White LPGA T&C Hall of Fame Member and Keiser University College of Golf Instructor I recently was asked, ‘If a movie was made about your golfing career, who would be cast as you?’ My mind immediately began evaluating the personality traits…

My Pre-game Warm-up Routine

Ken Martin, PGA Professional Certified in Instruction and Golf Management, Golf Program Instructor, Keiser University College of Golf Preparation for a round of golf typically includes a warm-up session at the golf course’s practice facility. What follows is usual for me when time allows, not racing from the office to the first tee after work for…

Faulty Forearms Destroy Release

By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Most golfers lack clubhead speed through the hitting area because they fail to release their forearms properly. Faulty forearm action also produces either too much or too little clubface rotation through impact, disrupting the ball flight. On its own, your…

The Defining Moment That Improved My Golf Game

By: Frank Longabucco, PGA Professional Certified in Instruction and Golf Operations, Keiser University College of Golf Instructor There are probably over a hundred defining moments in my younger days that helped me play better golf. The one that stands out in my mind would be when I realized that “staying behind the ball” would allow my…