Are you spending your time working on the wrong things? Most golfers are. Learn how to avoid that problem in this lesson.
You don’t need your clubs to improve your game, just take a walk on the course.
Think launch monitors are just for drivers? Think again. The world’s best use them in a variety of ways, and you should too.
There are many myths around what junior golfers, the very tall, and the very short should do for club fitting. With the help of Club Champion, we’re going to set the record straight.
You may be working on your game but are you getting better? It’s a tough question to answer, but this lesson may help.
We’re all very smart golfers – when someone else is swinging the club. Apply some of those smarts to your own game and see your scores plummet.
Golf is hard, so practicing hard things must be the key to success, right? Not so fast. If you want to see improvement, stay in the Goldilocks Zone.
Creativity is not the result of having more choices, but fewer. In this lesson, Matt explains how self-imposed constraints can boost your creativity.
The number one obstacle between you and lower scores on the golf course may be your ego. Learn how to overcome it in this lesson.
Equipment changes don’t happen in a vacuum – making one change can effect the whole bag. Learn more about how to carefully modify your set in this lesson.