College of Golf August 2017 Events
Keiser University College of Golf Hosts Merritt Island High School Boy’s Golf Team
Keiser University’s College of Golf recently hosted the Merritt Island High School Boy’s Golf Team for a training session in preparation for the upcoming season.
The session began with an overview of proper grip, aim, and setup, provided by John Callahan, a Keiser University professor and a PGA and Golf Magazine Top 100 Adjunct Teacher, as well as a lesson regarding the importance of properly preparing for each full swing motion. Live golf swing evaluations of each player were then conducted using V-1 Computer video analysis and Trackman/Foresight launch monitoring equipment by professors Callahan and David Wixson, a PGA Master Professional as well as Frank Longabucco and Ken Martin, both PGA Professionals Certified in Instruction. Art Friedman, the Merritt Island High School Golf Team coach observed and took player recommendation notes as team members were further introduced to unique ‘putting games’ they could use in individual and team training sessions.
The clinics are a continuing effort to provide training to local high school golf teams using the Keiser University College of Golf Indoor and Outdoor Training Facilities at Keiser University’s Flagship Campus.
Keiser University College of Golf Students Earn Impact Zone Player Certification
Keiser University’s College of Golf (COG) congratulates students Steven Lopez and Ian Wrightson who have recently achieved Impact Zone Golf Player Certification.
Unique to Keiser University’s COG, the program was developed through close coordination with Dr. Eric Wilson, COG Executive Director of Golf Operations, Impact Zone Golf Master Instructor and a PGA Legacy Master Professional and Bobby Clampett, a PGA Champions Tour Player, television personality and author of The Impact Zone Golf.
The Keiser University COG congratulates the duo who scored above 90% on the certification exam after attending two Impact Zone Golf clinics which were conducted by Impact Zone Golf Certified Instructor Professor John Callahan at the COG’s outdoor training facility.
College of Golf Students Achieve First Tee of the Palm Beaches Certification
Six students from Keiser University Professor John Callahan’s Introduction to Golf Instruction class successfully completed First Tee of The Palm Beaches Assistant Coach training. Successful completion of the program required both online and classroom study as well as a test score of at least 90%.
The First Tee is a youth development program impacting the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-changing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf. The First Tee has reached more than 9 million young people since its inception in 1997.
Pictured left to right holding their certificates are: Noel Vazquez, David Johnson. Willie Scott, Professor John Callahan, Charlie Wych, Christopher Rooney, and Clark Ditzhazy. Also completing the program but not pictured is D’andre Kinney.