Keiser University College of Golf Student and Guest Appreciation Event
Keiser University College of Golf hosted a two-day student/guest appreciation event over the weekend. Friday consisted of campus tours beginning at noon, followed by a demonstration clinic conducted by Dr. Eric Wilson, PGA Master Professional, and Brian Hughes, PGA Master Professional, at the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance. Following the clinic, students and guests were treated to a Barbecue dinner at The College of Golf.
The evening concluded with students and guests practicing in the indoor training area on the Full Swing Golf Simulator, Achiever, V-1 Computer Analysis System, and practice putting green. Saturday morning kicked off with a breakfast and tournament registration at The College of Golf, followed by a prize drawing for rounds of golf, shirts, caps, logo golf bags, and Taylor Made RBZ drivers and fairway woods. The four-person scramble golf tournament got underway at 1:30pm on the Par-72 PGA Wanamaker Golf Course, with 29 teams competing. Upon conclusion of play, prizes were awarded for first, second, and third place, in addition to four closest to the pin awards. The results are listed below:
First Place (score of 57, -15):
Second Place (score of 58, -14, won in playoff):
Third Place (score of 58, -14)
Closest to the Pin:
#4 – Brett Williamson
#6 – Thomas McKeen
#11 – Corey Trammell
#17 – Ty Trumpower
Prizes consisted of a Cleveland Golf Wedge each for First Place, a College of Golf logo shirt each for Second Place, a dozen Callaway Golf Balls each for Third Place, and a Cleveland Golf putter for each Closest to the Pin winner. Keiser University College of Golf wishes to thank all participants and sponsors for the event’s success, and we look forward to another outstanding event next year.
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