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.
If you can identify the one golf shot you absolutely can’t tolerate, many of your equipment and swing decisions will make themselves. Learn more in this lesson.
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.
If you’d like to improve your game and make golf part of your daily routine, check out this lesson.
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.
You don’t need your clubs to improve your game, just take a walk on the course.
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.
Have you ever played golf with a minimalist set? Doing so can yield a wealth of benefits.