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What are Good Golf Swing Considerations for a Beginner?

What’s in the Bag? If you are a beginning golfer, the first thing you want to make sure is that you’ve got the right equipment. Borrowing a friend’s golf clubs is not a great idea for long-term success. Visit a local PGA or LPGA Professional to ensure you get a proper fit for every club…

When a Collapsed Lead Wrist is Good

  By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Most of the time, for both full shots and short pitches/chips, it’s best to prevent your lead wrist from collapsing. The reason is that when you create a cup in the lead wrist, you change the loft of…

The Masters’ Predictions 2020

Here are The Masters’ predictions from Keiser University College of Golf PGA Staff   Dr. Eric Wilson:  The Masters 2020! Wow, have I been waiting a long time for this one! Normally played in April, this should be a different look and feel at Augusta National. It will be interesting seeing the course at this time…

Golf Rules: The Basics

The Rules of Golf Even those who are new to golf should have a basic understanding of the game. The golfer uses clubs to hit a golf ball from the tee until the ball is holed in the cup, ideally in the fewest number of strokes possible. Golf rules are established for fairness of play…

Opposites Attract in Putting

By Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research One thing you hear all the time is, “Don’t move your head when you putt.” The same advice applied to the full swing has been pretty well banished from the credibility bin by actual measurements, but not so with…