College of Golf January 2019 Events
Keiser University College of Golf Partners with FlightScope
Keiser University College of Golf has partnered with FlightScope®, a global high-tech company and a true world leader in the development and manufacturing of Golf Launch Monitors. Through this partnership, Keiser’s College of Golf is incorporating FlightScope into its Bachelor of Science in Golf Management program curriculum and is using FlightScope as its exclusive launch monitor technology for private lessons, clinics, and trainings.
The new technology will be unveiled in the College of Golf’s 1,500 square foot indoor training facility at Keiser’s flagship campus in West Palm Beach. The monitor system combines a combination of 3D Doppler tracking and image processing to provide a realistic and accurate method for combining radar and camera data.
“Partnering with FlightScope will provide our students and staff with technology that is in use by top golf instructors, club fitters, and original equipment manufacturers around the world, ensuring the highest level of golf education possible,” said Dr. Eric Wilson, PGA Legacy Master Professional, and Executive Director of Golf Operations for Keiser University College of Golf.
Keiser University College of Golf will offer its students a Professional Level Certification in FlighScope products. Students will learn several core skills, including fundamentals of the FlightScope technology, how the radar operates, software navigation, teaching and coaching with FlightScope, club fitting, and how to generate revenue using FlightScope.
“We are thrilled to partner with Keiser University College of Golf,” said Alex Trujillo, FlightScope National Sales and Support Manager. “We are excited to provide their students with a competitive edge upon graduation, allowing them to have in-depth experience working with emerging technologies being used by coaches, pros, and players across the industry.”
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