Empowering Women In Golf: Celebrating Trailblazers and Rising Stars
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6d ago
Few sports manage to capture a blend of excitement and relaxation quite like the great game of golf. For years, this distinct mix has attracted female golfers from all walks of life, although many have faced significant barriers along the way. Today, golf is more popular than ever among women, who are beginning to command ..read more
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The 9:00 Wedge Swing
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6d ago
By Bradley Turner, Keiser University College of Golf Director of Online Golf Instruction – MBA, PGA Picture a clock face on the golfer from a face on view. The player’s head would be at 12:00, and the ball would represent 6:00. The picture to the right is a good example of the 9:00 wedge swing ..read more
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Golf Swing Positions: Low Hands, High Clubhead
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6d ago
A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T. J. Tomasi (1940-2023) You don’t have to reach too high to achieve an ideal position at the top of your swing. But most golfers try to swing their hands as high as possible on the backswing because they ..read more
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A Simple Idea to Find More Fairways
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6d ago
By Bradley Turner Keiser University College of Golf Executive Director – MBA, PGA A common problem for the majority of amateur golfers is the inability to aim themselves properly to the target. There are a few potential causes that exacerbate this problem. Ball flight tendencies are a major source of aiming error. If a player ..read more
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How to Explore the Florida Golf Scene as an Online Golf Student
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6d ago
Florida is the ultimate golfing destination. A specialty license plate identifies the state as the “Golf Capital of the World,” and for good reason: The National Golf Foundation (NGF) reports that Florida boasts 1,262 golf courses — far more than distant runner-up California. In fact, the NGF itself is headquartered in Jupiter, Florida, and there ..read more
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Elbow Position in Golf Swing: Magic or Tragic?
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1M ago
  A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T. J. Tomasi (1940-2023) Collect three teaching pros in a room and ask them the correct position of the trail elbow at the top of the swing, and you’ll probably get three different answers: 1. let the elbow ..read more
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College of Golf June 2024 Events
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1M ago
Eleven Keiser University College of Golf (KUCOG) students recently competed in a Shoot-Out Golf Tournament held at Okeeheelee Golf Course in West Palm Beach, Florida. PGA Instructors Frank Longabucco and David Wixson coached the group in hitting high and soft pitch shots in a clinic before their tee times. The tournament format was a Fourball ..read more
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Opposites Attract in Putting
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1M ago
A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T. J. Tomasi (1940-2023) One thing you hear all the time is, “Don’t move your head when you putt.” The same advice applied to the full swing has been pretty well banished from the credibility bin by actual measurements ..read more
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Golf Backswing Drills: Parallel Perfect
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1M ago
  A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T. J. Tomasi (1940-2023) In the early part of your backswing, the club is moving so slowly that it’s easy to misdirect it. After they start their swing, many players make a mistake in the first foot or ..read more
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Headomics: Head Movement in Golf Swing
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1M ago
  A Legacy Post by Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Dr. T. J. Tomasi (1940-2023) Your neck is designed to allow you to nod your head “yes” and rotate your head “no.” During the golf swing, you want the “no” motion as opposed to the “yes” motion. To keep ..read more
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