Are you going to the course to play golf or to play golf swing? Is one better than the other? Can you take the best from both worlds? Learn more in this lesson.
Have you ever played golf with a minimalist set? Doing so can yield a wealth of benefits.
What’s the difference between a skilled golfer and an unskilled golfer? It’s not talent, it’s habit.
On a recent trip, Matt stumbled upon some tai chi wisdom. What does it have to do with golf? Everything.
Don’t let your game rust in the off season. Work all your game indoors, all year, and everywhere.
Without good goals, real improvement rarely happens. In this lesson, Matt discusses what makes a good goal and how they can lower your scores.
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.
If you’re seeing a totally different golfer on the course compared to the range, there’s a reason: you’re practicing without pressure. In this lesson, Matt helps you to fix that.
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.