WHAT SCIENCE SAYS: O-O WILL IMPROVE YOUR GOLF

WHAT SCIENCE SAYS: O-O WILL IMPROVE YOUR GOLF By Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Research on practice by Timothy D. Lee and Laurie Wishart gives us two interesting conclusions about learning a motor skill – one obvious, and the second quite revealing.   First, during…

Are All Golf Driving Ranges the Same?

Are All Golf Driving Ranges the Same? By John Callahan, PGA, Golf Magazine Adjunct Top 100 Teacher Golf Program Instructor Keiser University College of Golf All Driving Ranges are Not Created Equal! Pictured in photo #1 below is the back of the pro shop, a portion of the grass tee line, the first six holes…

Routine or Ritual?

Routine or Ritual? By Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research All good players have a routine that doesn’t vary. Actually, the step-by-step process they go through is a much higher grade routine called a ritual. A ritual is more powerful than a routine because it peaks…

Ball Position in the Micro-World of Golf

Ball Position in the Micro-World of Golf By Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Golf is a game of geometry, so you need the correct ball position to facilitate the rotary action that creates a powerful and accurate swing. One way to look at it is…

What was Your Favorite Thing at the PGA Merchandise Show This Year?

What was Your Favorite Thing at the PGA Merchandise Show This Year? By Brian Hughes, PGA Master Professional Keiser University College of Golf As an instructor, I am always interested in the latest in training devices. These aids run anywhere from inexpensive items such as alignment tools for putting or full swings all the way…

Let Your Head Rotate as Part of a Good Release

Let Your Head Rotate as Part of a Good Release by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Much has been said about what makes a good release – there is the release of: The body, the trail 90-degree angle formed at the elbow, the wrists, etc.,…

PGA and LPGA Tour Players to Watch

PGA and LPGA Tour Players to Watch By Donna White. LPGA T&C Hall of Fame Member Golf Program Instructor Keiser University College of Golf PGA and LPGA tour players to watch includes: PGA Tour – Si Woo Kim In 2012, Si Woo Kim set his mark in the game by being the youngest player ever…

Keep Eyes Level Through Impact

Keep Eyes Level Through Impact By Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Here’s a tip that’s helped many of my students: through impact keep your eyes level. This head position helps keep the shaft on line, producing much more solid contact. This, combined with a trail…

Who is in Your Dream Golf Team?

Who is in Your Dream Golf Team? By Dr. Eric C. Wilson, PGA Legacy Master Professional Executive Director of Golf Operations Keiser University College of Golf While this might seem an easy choice for some, this required a lot of serious thought on my part. Of course, I thought initially of my wife, my late…

What are Your Thoughts on the Single-Length Iron Revolution?

What are Your Thoughts on the Single-Length Iron Revolution? David Wixson, PGA Master Professional Golf Program Instructor Keiser University College of Golf It will be interesting to see what happens in the future with regard to single length irons. I’m not sure I would call it a revolution just yet as only one Tour player…