How to Lower Your Handicap: 13 Tips

Spring is almost here, and for golfers in colder climates, that means golf is almost back. But whether or not you live in the colder parts of the country, the new season also means a fresh start — another opportunity to bring down your scores. Here are valuable tips that can help you lower your handicap…

Pros and Cons of Teaching Aids

by Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research The best teaching aids are those that allow you to actually hit balls while using them. In addition to the big three considerations — cost, portability, and ease of use — here are a few other things to remember…

A Cure for Swing Arrhythmia

by Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research The brain solves the challenge of syncing many different body parts during your golf swing by linking the individual movements into one, all-purpose pattern that is triggered by what I call the master signal. One way to look at…

Mastery Comes with Practice

by Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Golf is not natural. By this, I mean you are not born with a pre-existing golf-swing program in your brain. No matter how fast or strong you are or how high you can jump, none of these is a…

A Sizzling Start to the 2022 Golf Season

by Bradley Turner Keiser University College of Golf and Director of Online Golf Instruction – MBA, PGA The PGA Tour was back in Hawaii for the Tournament of Champions this month, and it is evident that there was plenty of practice happening during the holiday break. Jon Rahm finishing second place with a 72-hole score…

Legacy Coaching Series: Harry Vardon

by Bradley Turner Keiser University College of Golf Director of Online Golf Instruction – MBA, PGA In the second article of the Legacy Coaching Series, I will share some interesting thoughts on putting from the great Harry Vardon. Vardon was the star golfer of his era, and his name is still used today to describe…

Learn Correctly the First Time

by Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Previously, I described how becoming an expert at golf requires work. You must put forth a specialized, well-guided effort, called deliberate practice, and I outlined 10 elements of deliberate practice you should be aware of. According to the findings…

How to Become an Expert at Golf

by Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research One reason golf is not for everyone is that becoming an expert requires work. You must put forth a specialized, well-guided effort, called deliberate practice, and not everyone has the time or inclination to do this. For those who…

Visualization is a Valuable Skill

by Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research When he arrived at the 1965 U.S. Open at Bellerive Country Club, Gary Player walked past the leaderboard before the tournament started and imagined he saw his name at the top as the winner. He said it seemed so…

Legacy Coaching Series: Walter Travis

by Bradley Turner Keiser University College of Golf Director of Online Golf Instruction – MBA, PGA    Over the next few months, I will look at historic players and golf instructors who have influenced the teaching ideas in their era and how those ideas are relevant today. In this Legacy Coaching Series, I will discuss a…