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College of Golf March 2018 Events

Renowned Golf Course Architect Gene Bates Visits College of Golf by Ken Martin, PGA, Keiser University College of Golf Professor Keiser University College of Golf students in Professor Ken Martin’s Golf Course Design and Maintenance class recently welcomed renowned golf course architect Gene Bates as a guest speaker. The group benefited from Bates’ broad range…

Three "Key To See" Positions

THREE “KEY TO SEE” POSITIONS by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research There are three “Key to See” positions that I look for in a golf swing, and the quest for a functional swing is not over until all three are in place: Key to See…

How Not to Shank [Infographic]

Rather than focusing on what is causing the shank, practice hitting the ball on the toe of the club – just the opposite of hitting it in the heel. Use face tape and experiment with smaller/shorter shots at first. Concentrate on what it feels like to contact the ball on the toe of the club….

Find a Putter Balanced to Match Your Stroke

FIND A PUTTER BALANCED TO MATCH YOUR STROKE by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Before you buy a putter, you should be aware of how the head is balanced. There are three basic types – “Toe-Balanced”, “Face-Balanced” and “forty-five Degree Hangers.” You can tell the…

When to Replace Your Golf Clubs

Every year, golf club manufacturers release their latest and greatest golf clubs. The annual releases are upgrades on the previous models, and with golf club technology reaching new levels, there is a chance a player’s performance can improve from the new items. The continual development of high-quality clubs makes it seem like golfers need to…