World Golf Hall of Fame Member and 33-time PGA/Champions Tour winner Chi Chi Rodriguez recently visited the Keiser University Flagship campus. Rodriguez toured the campus and talked with College of Golf students, sharing stories of his illustrious career and what it took for him to reach the heights of success while playing professional golf.

Having garnered numerous awards including the 1986 Hispanic Recognition Award, the 1988 Hispanic Man of the Year award, the 1989 Bobby Jones Award, and the 1989 Old Tom Morris Award, Rodriguez, at 80 years old, is looking to compete again by playing in The Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf Tournament in April at Top of the Rock Golf Course in Ridgedale, Missouri.

While at the Keiser University Flagship campus, he stopped to chat with another contemporary legend, Coach Rollie Massimino, Head Basketball Coach for Keiser University, whose team is ranked #5 in the NAIA Sun Conference.

Chi Chi and Rollie Feb. 2016 Chi Chi and students Feb. 2016 (2)