Watching golf on TV can warp your expectations of what a good shot is. Get a reality check with Lou Stagner so you can enjoy your game more and strategize more effectively.
The best way to make more birdies is to stop chasing birdies. Matt explains this counter intuitive truth in this lesson.
If you’re tired of feeling nervous or anxious on the golf course, check out this lesson to start playing more confident golf.
Save some money, lighten your load, and shoot lower scores. Carry fewer clubs.
You don’t need your clubs to improve your game, just take a walk on the course.
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.
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.
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.
Is it worth trying to move the ball right and left? Should you stick to hitting only a draw or a fade? Matt breaks down the arguments for each in this lesson.