KU Alumnus Introduces BioMatch Golf Technique to Help You Pick the Right Golf Clubs
Keiser University alumnus Gisle Solhaug recently visited the university’s College of Golf to unveil his BioMatch technique which uses science to pick the right golf clubs based on an individual golfer’s physical characteristics and abilities. Parlaying his Keiser University MBA degree along with his love of golf, Solhaug founded Rational Golf, LLC on the concept that ‘by scientifically determining the optimal mass and moment of inertia of each club in the set, the upper body, hands, and clubhead will be synchronized so that they all line up at the impact position, which will improve accuracy and distance.’ Eventually Solhaug hopes to have his “Scientifically Matching Golf Clubs” paper published in The International Journal of Sport Science.
The Keiser University Fort Lauderdale Campus MBA program graduate’s business is incorporated in Florida and based in Bradenton. College of Golf Executive Director of Golf Operations, Dr. Eric Wilson, worked with Mr. Solhaug and volunteered to have his own golf clubs weighted using the unique system. Solhaug also met with PGA Master Professional and College of Golf instructor David Wixson, who teaches the Club Fitting course, to share his ideas and concepts. The College of Golf staff wishes Mr. Solhaug all the best with his endeavors.
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