Golf Tips

Join me to move your game from the ’90s to the ’70s in weeks, not years, and have more fun on and off the course.

Kalani Matthews on the first tee at Springfield Country Club, Fairfax, Virginia

Take 10 strokes off your golf game in two rounds.

It has been a bet that I have made with dozens of friends, family, and co-workers over the years and it never fails. When I say play better golf, I mean shoot lower scores, not change their golf swing.

This is because the average golfer focuses on correcting swing errors to fix their game. I help people focus on scoring better with what they have right now without changing a single thing about their swing.

It is a fact. If you shoot in the ’90s right now, you have everything you need to shoot in the ’80s or even ’70s.

How do I know this? Because I average in the 70s and have been playing golf for over 40 years with virtually no time spent improving my swing. I used to hate practicing when I was younger.

How did I go from hating practice to shooting in the 70s?

I was lucky enough to have a father that was a very good golfer who shared his love of the game with me. He taught me simple secrets he learned over the years while caddying for professional golfers. The same secrets I share with my friends and family.

I take what my dad taught me, apply it to your game, and can improve your golf scores consistently until you reach the level that you want to be at.

Achieving freedom from all of the swing thoughts that most golfers have, will help you enjoy the game of golf a lot more. I started this blog to help people enjoy the game they love, even more, by showing them how to play better with less time and effort.

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My first hole-in-one

I made my first hole-in-one on the fourth round I ever played with Kalani. He never tried to change the way I swing. His golf tips only changed way I thought about getting on the green.
Al L.
Artist, 18 handicap

From 20 to 9 handicap

I was a 20 handicap with a unique swing as a self taught golfer. In a few weeks I broke 90 for the first time and shot 78 soon after that. Today I still have the same swing, just a different handicap.
Isaac N.
Software Engineer, 9 handicap

Solid advice that works

I’ve played baseball since little league and am naturally athletic. My golf game was stuck in the 90’s Within a couple of rounds, I was in the 80’s. Three weeks later shot 78 for the first time.
Charlie P.
Software Engineer, 9 handicap

Starting out

If you’re looking to get into golf, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll give you an overview of the basics of golf, including how to get started, the different types of clubs and balls available, and golf tips for improving your game. Let’s get started!

Golf is one of the world’s most popular sports, enjoyed by millions of people around the globe. It’s a game that requires a combination of skill and strategy, making it both challenging and rewarding. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, young or old, there’s something for everyone when it comes to golf.

Eddie Matthews

The first step in getting started with golf is to understand the basics. At its most basic, golf is a game in which players use clubs to hit a ball into a series of holes on a course. The object of the game is to complete the course with the fewest strokes possible.

The first thing you’ll need to do is find a course to play on. Most courses are open to the public, but some may require a membership or a fee. You can usually find a course in your area by searching online or calling the local golf club.


Once you’ve found a course, you’ll need to choose the right clubs and balls. Golf clubs are divided into two main categories: woods and irons. Woods are typically used to hit the ball long distances, while irons are used for more precise shots. As far as balls go, there are three main types: the traditional golf ball, the hybrid golf ball, and the multi-layer golf ball.

Golf etiquette is important when playing on a course. You should always be mindful of others and respect the rules of the game. It’s also important to be aware of the hazards on the course, such as water, sand traps, and out-of-bounds areas.

Game improvement

Once you’ve got the basics down, it’s time to start improving your game. Here are some golf tips for improving your game:

  • Develop a consistent pre-shot routine: Before you take a shot, take a few seconds to focus and visualize the shot.
  • Practice your swing: Practice makes perfect when it comes to golf, so try to work on your swing as often as possible.
  • Work on your short game: It’s important to have a good short game in golf, as this is where most strokes are saved.
  • Improve your course management: Knowing when to take risks and when to play it safe is key to success on the golf course.
  • Be patient: Don’t get frustrated if you’re having a bad round. Remain patient and keep practicing.

Finally, make sure to have fun! Golf is a great game to play and it can be enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels. So, get out there and enjoy a round of golf!