College of Golf Opens New Campus

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The College of Golf moved into its new campus on April 1. With over 20,000 square feet of space, it is filled with technology that will aid education at the golf school and prepare students for their careers.

On April 1, 2010, the Keiser University College of Golf opened its new campus with over 20,000 square feet of educational space. This includes nearly 5,000 square feet devoted to golf training and performance, employing state-of-the art technology.

Innovative tools at the golf academy facility include Motion Analysis Technology by TaylorMade. Students can use this system to analyze and improve their technique, and even schedule weekly lessons from PGA Certified and Master Professionals to get the most out of it.

The new campus also features the TOMI Computer Putting Analysis System. The professional golf career college will use this system to provide detailed technical putting data to students, such as their initial aim point, face angle at impact, path of stroke, centeredness of contact, and tempo during their stroke. This full analysis of their strategy while they learn will help all students reach the top of their game by graduation.

In the facility’s student lounge, there are three 65-inch, flat-panel HDTVs, in addition to WiFi access and fully usable computer stations. Here, students can watch The Masters Tournament as they practice their technique, providing for a fully immersed experience at the golf school. The indoor putting green, golf simulator, indoor hitting nets, and a multiple camera video analysis system also help users learn and improve on every component of their golf game.

Dr. Keiser, Chancelor of Keiser University, said, “We are happy with how well received the new golf academy facility has been. With the new campus open and fully operational, students are at an advantage to learn from the most technological golf training facility there is. Using the newest high-tech equipment will not only enhance every moment of our 16-month degree program for students, but optimize their skills as they find employment in the industry.”

The strategically located training facility also includes eight classrooms, as well as a fully-equipped fitness room. Several world class golf courses are located nearby.

About Keiser University College of Golf
The Keiser University College of Golf offers a full education for those pursuing a golf career. Its Associate of Science Degree in Golf Management covers all the subjects needed to prepare students for any job in the golf industry. As part of a comprehensive training program, the golf school has opened a 20,000 square foot facility with high-tech, state-of-the-art training equipment, with lessons from industry professionals available

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