Hitting a million balls on the range is not the path to improving your game. Learn why quality beats quantity in this lesson.
Can something as simple as ball position unlock your ability to shape shots and improve your ball striking?
Is the secret to golf improvement more practice, or is there another answer? In this lesson, Matt dives into this complicated question.
Increasingly, OEMs are using data in their ads to prove the superiority of their equipment. Should you trust their numbers?
What does your mental game have in common with a 4-year old? Find out in this lesson on the dangers of catastrophic thinking.
If you’re tired of feeling nervous or anxious on the golf course, check out this lesson to start playing more confident golf.
In this guest post, Adam Young explains the three things that are guaranteed to improve your golf game.
Save some money, lighten your load, and shoot lower scores. Carry fewer clubs.
If you’d like to improve your game and make golf part of your daily routine, check out this lesson.
Every golfer has shots they’re afraid of or clubs they won’t use on the course. In this lesson, Matt explains why those weaknesses are killing your game.