Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management Students Work With Wounded Warriors

Bill Hannigan, Physical Health and Wellness Coordinator for the Wounded Warrior Project in Florida, coordinated with Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management (COGSM) to provide golf instruction for Wounded Warriors throughout Florida last Saturday. The initial training consisted of four Wounded Warriors and ten COGSM students and staff getting together at 10:00am on…

5 Things You Can Learn From Masters Champion Jordan Spieth

Jordan Spieth thrilled golf fans everywhere with a decisive win at the 2015 Masters Tournament at Augusta National. His level-headed, mature demeanor belies his young age. He’s what many players hope to get out of their golf careers.  Here are five things you can learn from this bright new star on the PGA tour. Play Like…

Wounded Warrior Project Visits Keiser University College of Golf

Pictured with Dr. Eric Wilson – Executive Director of Golf , Donna White – COG LPGA Faculty Member and 2015 LPGA Hall of Fame Inductee, and John McMurry – Campus Vice President Mr. William (Bill) Hannigan who is the Physical Health & Wellness Specialist and Coordinator for the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) visited Keiser University…

Get A Kick Out Of These Hole-In-One Facts and Statistics [Infographic]

What are the chances you’ll make a hole-in-one? Check out this infographic to find out! Everyone knows about a hole-in-one – those ‘lucky’ shots that only take one swing. But how rare are they? Read on for some great facts and statistics about the most well-known shot in the game of golf! Knowing more about…

Student Testimonials: 2015 Honda Classic Pro-AM

Here we have two testimonials from Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management student volunteers – Web Tuck and Steven Wall – who participated in the 2015 Honda Classic Pro-AM: Web Tuck and Steven Wall From student Web Tuck: When we were asked to caddy at the 2015 Honda Classic Pro/Am golf tournament, I…

College Of Golf and Sport Management Hosts “Friends-Raiser” For Local PACE Center

Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management (KUCOGSM) hosted a “friends-raiser” event on Saturday for the local PACE (Practical Academic Cultural Education) Center for Girls, Inc. PACE is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation that provides a non-residential delinquency prevention program in locations state-wide, targeting the unique needs of females 12-18 who are identified as dependent,…

Putting For PACE

Let’s Get Ready to PAR TEE! February 17, 2015 | St. Lucie County, FL – More than 17,000 girls were referred to Florida’s juvenile justice system last year, and girls represented more than 31% of the total juvenile justice population. Girls are at higher risk than boys for sexual abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence, and…