Planning to play in the rain, wind, or cold? Check out these simple keys for getting the most out of your round.
Trying to decide whether to plan your round in advance or take each shot as it comes? In this lesson, Matt weighs the pros and cons of both approaches and suggests a middle road.
Should you be firing at the pin or aiming at the center of the green? Learn the answer in this lesson.
Ready to see your GIR statistics skyrocket? Read this lesson, put it into practice, and that’s exactly what will happen.
If you aren’t hitting enough greens during your rounds, it may be your course management, not your ball striking, that’s to blame. Learn more about knowing your distances in this lesson.
In Part 3 of this series we discussed setting up great angles. In this installment, we dive deeper into that concept by introducing the variable of distance.
“Laying up” is a dirty phrase in some circles, but sometimes it’s the best play. Learn when to go for and when to play short in this lesson.
Can you use geometry to improve your scoring? Absolutely, and in this lesson, Matt teaches you how.
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.