College of Golf November 2021 Events

College of Golf November 2021 Events

College of Golf Students Enjoy Student and Staff Competition

Keiser University College of Golf students recently participated in a friendly Student and Staff Competition held at Okeeheelee Golf Course in West Palm Beach, Florida. The format was a two-person scramble, and the winners were Florian Benner and Isac Wallin, with a score of 12 under par 60. Second place went to Jack Maxey and Toby Lock with a score of 61.

Before teeing off, the group attended a shot shaping clinic conducted by PGA Instructors Frank Longabucco, David Wixson, and Brad Turner. The clinic included individual attention, guided block practice drills, and experiential drills reacting to targets. The event was fun while being competitive and gave students a playing opportunity to improve their games. Students also played with PGA Instructors, learning golf course management and mental game skills.

The next Friday event will be December 3rd at Okeeheelee Golf Course. The format will be an individual Stableford competition, gross and net.

Benner Wallin Maxey Lock

L-R: Florian Benner, Isac Wallin, Jack Maxey, and Toby Lock

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Keiser University College of Golf Student Garry Williams Qualifies for NCCGA National Tournament

Keiser University’s College of Golf student Garry Williams qualified as an individual golfer for the NCCGA National Championship at Palmetto Dunes Resort in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. The tournament was held on November 13th & 14th. Although the Club Team did not make the final selections, Garry’s excellent individual performance earned him the invitation.

Garry was top ten in each of the Florida Regional Tournaments, with a scoring average of 76. At the NCCGA Championship, Garry shot scores of 75 & 79, placing 19th out of a field of 128 players. “It was a great time, a fun experience overall, and I’m looking forward to the Spring Events.”

The Keiser University Club Team has qualified nine times for the National Championships and looks forward to earning another invitation in the Spring. Go to for more information on the National Collegiate Club Golf Association.

Garry Williams

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