If you’d like to improve your game and make golf part of your daily routine, check out this lesson.
How to Practice
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.
Most golfers aren’t being held back by a lack of talent but by fear. In this lesson, Matt explains how you can free yourself from that fear and improve your game.
Are you spending your time working on the wrong things? Most golfers are. Learn how to avoid that problem in this lesson.
You may be working on your game but are you getting better? It’s a tough question to answer, but this lesson may help.
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.
Are you searching for the key to getting better at golf? The answer is here, but you may not like it.
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.