A Cut Above Other Golf Schools
When it comes to golf colleges and golf academy programs, our staff understands what is necessary to succeed, and they are ready to share this information with you. Below are just a few compelling reasons we should be your choice for pursuing a golf career:
Regionally Accredited by SACS
Students can play golf seven days a week
We have eight PGA/LPGA faculty on staff
Faculty has over 200 years combined experience
Three PGA Master Professionals on staff (There are less than 400 in the nation)
LPGA Hall of Fame member on staff
Our facility includes 1500+ square feet of indoor golf instructional space that houses state-of-the practice technology including video systems, launch monitors, a 3D swing analysis system, and more.
With an Associate or Bachelor’s degree in golf management from Keiser University College of Golf, upon graduation you’ll have earned credits toward those required for PGA membership.
We give you the option to take all classes in an online or on-ground format.
Playing Golf – Students have access to Palm Beach County Golf Courses 7 days a week.
You benefit from our strategic partnerships with major golf equipment companies, including merchandise and equipment discounts.
International students are accepted with an F-1 visa that is good for the length of the program.
The College of Golf is a part of Keiser University, a trusted, reputable, and accredited institution awarding degrees from the associate to doctoral level since 1977 .
A.S. and B.S. in Golf Management
Keiser University’s Golf Management degree prepares students for a variety of positions in the golf industry. In this program, students are prepared to provide golf instruction, manage golf course operations, ensure appropriate maintenance of golf facilities and equipment, as well as integrate the play of golf into the broader hospitality and recreation domain. Through a competency-based education format and state-of-the practice golf training equipment, students are given opportunities for success in their academic, professional, and personal lives.
B.S. in Sport Management
Keiser University’s Bachelor of Science in Sport Management is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills required for a career in the sport industry. The sports industry is one of the largest segments of the economy, and opportunities for careers exist in international, professional, amateur, and collegiate sports, as well as in tourism, recreation, and private sport enterprise. The Keiser curriculum focuses on the business aspects of the sport industry, including marketing, management, law, ethics, economics, and finance. The program is offered as a 120-credit program and a 60-credit degree completion program. The 120-credit program features a course-based track with three concentrations in Golf Management and Sales, Media and Technology. The degree completion program features concentrations in Golf Management and Sales, Media and Technology. Students enrolling in the degree completion program must have an approved Associate’s degree.
B.S. in Exercise Science
Keiser University’s Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science degree combines both didactic instruction integrated with supervised practice and externships necessary to provide the student with the necessary tools to be successful in this field. The focus of this program is to prepare the student to take four nationally recognized and accredited field certifications. In addition, the coursework focuses on preparing the student with a strong foundation in science-based general education and a balanced offering of core classes. Following graduation from the Exercise Science program, students will have the necessary requirements to pursue a degree in a variety of medical fields including physical therapy.
B.S. in Health and Human Performance
Keiser University’s College of Golf Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Human Performance focuses on advanced health and fitness assessment, prescription and lifestyle modification. The program provides information on health risk factors, exercise leadership, biomechanics of movement, physiological adaptations to exercise, injury prevention, care and therapy modalities, business management and ethics in sport.