Keiser University Flagship Campus College of Golf recently hosted a West Palm LPGA-USGA Girls Golf “Tech-toy” Training Day at the university’s College of Golf indoor learning center. The middle and high school golfers rotated through several technology stations including: TrackMan launch monitor, V-1 Video Analysis, Foresight launch monitor, Golf Guru virtual golf platform, and the Swing Coach golf simulator. Professors John Callahan, Donna H. White, and site director Mary-Lee Cobick managed the stations.
At each station, the girls were asked to share what they were working on with their respective coaches. Immediate visual and data-driven feedback promoted understanding of stated learning goals. Each participant was emailed a personal swing video and TrackMan data to share with their personal swing coaches and parents. The girls trained for three hours, and one was overheard saying, ‘I just love this place!’
Flagship Campus Admissions Counselor Todd Dittmar stopped in to speak to the girls and several of their parents relating to Keiser University opportunities. As stated by one parent, ‘What an inspiring day!’