Keiser University is pleased to congratulate the winners of its most recent College of Golf Match Play Championship.  Designed to help prepare students for their PGA of America Player’s Ability Test, the competition provided 32 Flagship Campus students with the opportunity to learn more about the historic game’s format, rules and conditions.

A competition in which the round is played by winning individual holes, Match Play is scored by comparing the holes won by each player, with the final results reflecting both the margin of victory and the hole at which the match ended.

Recognized as the format in which most golf matches were played in early golf history, Match Play precedes today’s more popular Stroke Play. A student favorite, the next Match Play competition will be organized by Impact Zone Golf Certified Instructor and PGA Master Professionals David Wixson, and PGA Professional Certified in Instruction Frank Longabucco’s tournament management class.