How many gears does your swing have? More importantly, which one is your best? In this lesson, Matt Saternus teaches you to use all your gears to maximize distance, accuracy, and consistency.
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?
During a round of golf, you will spend less than 2 minutes swinging the club. What are you doing with the rest of that time?
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?
Matt Saternus delivers a 100% guaranteed, fool proof method for breaking 90. And no, it doesn’t involve an eraser.
Is there a better sound in golf than hearing the ball go into the cup? Of course not. If you want to hear that sound more, try this simple putting tip.
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:
We’ve all googled, “How to hit a draw,” but how many of us have considered how to take a golf lesson? If you really want to get better, learning how to get to the most out of your lessons is as important as learning a proper grip.
Do you know exactly how far each club in your bag goes? If you’re not sure, Matt offers you three different ways to find out and see better scores on the course.
How often do you hit simple little chip shots fat or thin? With one simple set up adjustment, I’m going to help you learn to chip like a pro.