There’s one piece of short game advice that I hear all the time, but most people are using it the wrong way. Learn the right way to implement it in this lesson.
Don’t let your game rust in the off season. Work all your game indoors, all year, and everywhere.
In the third and final part of this series, Matt explains how to use your wedges, setting up for success, and how to modify your swing to fit the situation.
In this bunker lesson, you’ll learn to use your feet to read the sand, and you’ll learn how to put that information into action.
In the first of a three part series on getting out of the bunker, Matt will help you have the right mental picture and the two key fundamentals to escaping the sand.
Controlling your ball flight is a major key to scoring well. In this lesson, Matt explains how to do that and gives you a drill to dial in your trajectory control.
Want a short game lesson from Roger Cleveland? You can get one, via Matt Saternus, about how to add more variety to your short game right here.
Want to flop it like Phil? It’s easier than you think, if you follow Matt’s simple tips.
Most golfers aren’t getting better at putting because they’re practicing wrong. Break out of that group and start making more putts with this simple lesson.
Do you know how good the PGA Tour’s best players are with a wedge? Not as good as you think. Matt explains what that means for your game in this lesson.