If you can’t make putts, you can’t go low. In this lesson, Matt explains how to find the right putter for you so you can shoot your best scores.
Equipment & Fitting
The first club that you need to fit into your new, best bag is the driver. Find out why and how to do that in this lesson.
There’s a reason that the guy who plays five different brands of golf balls each round also can’t break 100 – the ball matters! That’s why selecting a ball is the first step towards building your best bag.
In this series, Matt will guide you step-by-step to the best golf set for your game. The process starts with a little house cleaning.
Does golf equipment matter? Yes. In this lesson, Matt explains why.
To be fit indoors or outdoors, that is the question. Sadly, there’s no one-size-fits-all answer, but Matt breaks down the pros and cons of each in this lesson.
Some claim that counter weighting (or counter balancing or back weighting) can help golfers hit the ball straighter, longer, and make more putts. But what is it?
The shift towards big putter grips has been one of the most prevalent equipment stories of the last couple years. The question is: should you try one?
As someone who has taught exclusively, fit exclusively, and done both together, I’ve been asked many times, “When should I get fit? Should I take lessons first or get the clubs first?” Here are my thoughts:
While discussing club fitting, I was inspired to coin a term: “method fitters.” Just as golf is cursed with many “method teachers” it has just as many “method fitters.”