College of Golf May 2019 Events

Keiser University College of Golf Student Achieves Impact Zone Instructor Certification Keiser University College of Golf student Peter Crocitto III recently earned Impact Zone Golf Associate Instructor certification, scoring 96% on the examination. After earning the initial Impact Zone Golf Player Certification, Crocitto continued to study for the Associate Instructor Certification while assisting Impact Zone…

Why Choose a Florida Golf School?

Florida boasts more golf courses than any state in the United States. According to Top100golfcourses.com, Florida has over 1,250 public and private courses, and all are playable throughout the year. It’s no wonder Florida is a popular destination for golfers from all over the world. For golfers looking to take their game to the next…

World Golf Hall of Fame [Infographic]

The World Golf Hall of Fame is situated in St. Augustine, Florida. It is a unique Hall of Fame as both male and female players are enshrined within its walls. There are currently 155 members in the World Golf Hall of Fame. Who is in the World Golf Hall of Fame? Golfing greats PGA, LPGA…

Ten Newest Golf Courses in the US [Infographic]

There is nothing like finding a new golf course in the United States to put on your bucket list. Of course, there are the famed, hallowed golf grounds that have existed for years, but every year there are new courses sprouting up all over the country. Not only are these ten new, but they are…

Golf Umbrella [Infographic]

Golfers never want to miss the chance to tee off. No matter the weather, players want to hit the links unless their round is absolutely unplayable. When the weather calls for rain, it’s common to see golfers on the course with umbrellas shielding them from the elements. A golf umbrella may be in your bag,…

5 Golf Accessories You Might Not Know About [Infographic]

Golf is a game that takes a lot of time, practice and patience to master. To help golfers in their endless attempt to master the game, companies have developed interesting accessories you might not know about. Some of the accessories and gadgets could really help improve your game; while others may just seem incredibly strange….

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….

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…

Causes for the Shank [Infographic]

Definition: when the ball is contacted on the “clubface-side” of the hosel, causing the ball to veer wildly to the right (for right-handed players). If a golfer knows how to shank a golf ball on purpose, he/she can then correct the flaw by doing just the opposite. The basic cause of the shank is that…

Driving Range Mats vs. Grass

Golf driving rangers are great ways to work on your game. From improving your swing to practicing driving the ball off of the tee, a driving range is a great facility to seek out. Driving ranges across the country vary in the hitting surfaces. Some will have a grass surface just like a tee box…