A major key to shooting lower scores is avoiding penalty strokes. We discuss how to do that in this lesson on course management.
Want to score better without changing your swing? That’s the focus of this series on course management. Our first lesson deals with getting out of trouble.
After four years of stat tracking, what has Matt learned about his game? Find out here.
Tracking your stats is great, but it doesn’t help you if you’re stat stupid. Get smart with this lesson.
What’s the difference between a skilled golfer and an unskilled golfer? It’s not talent, it’s habit.
There’s one statistic in golf that’s frequently used, but it may be hurting your game. Learn what it is in this lesson.
On a recent trip, Matt stumbled upon some tai chi wisdom. What does it have to do with golf? Everything.
Lots of people talk about “smart golf,” but does anyone bother to define it? In this lesson, Matt will, and he’ll also tell you use your noggin to shoot lower scores.
Every golfer has flubbed a shot and then, just for fun, hit the same shot again with a perfect result. That “second guy” can teach you a lot about better scoring.
A tired mind can hurt your score even more than a tired swing. In this lesson, Matt teaches you how to keep your brain fresh from the 1st tee to the 18th green.