The Meaning Of Being A Coach

April 25, 2016

As a coach and teacher, no matter the sport, you are a role model whether you like it or not. Each day of work I try to embrace that challenge, and do my best to set a great example. Which brings me to Michigan State’s Basketball Coach, Tom Izzo. One of the most enjoyable days […]

Golf Fitness Is For All Of Us

April 25, 2016

Fitness and golf are currently blending together like peanut butter and jelly both on the PGA Tour, and at local golf courses. On the PGA Tour, professionals are utilizing strict strength and cardio training schedules to try and stay one step ahead of their competition. Many professionals are training with golf specific fitness instructors, assuring […]

What To Eat During Your Next Round

April 25, 2016

Choosing what to eat on the golf course is really quite simple. Control the balance of your blood sugar and insulin levels and you will have consistent performance. The Science: According to The Titleist Performance Institute, whenever we eat, our blood sugar levels increase. Our body loves equilibrium, therefore balances the rising blood sugar with […]


What customers are talking about

With Matt’s instruction program, I was able to lower my USGA Handicap Index 4 points in just one year.  Through a series of lessons, Matt was able to comprehensively assess my golf game, establish realistic and specific goals, and develop a plan for improvement which I could track and refine.  Whenever possible, Matt uses technology, data, and analytics via launch monitors and swing analysis software, providing the ability to see and validate results.  Matt considers all aspects for game improvement, including swing mechanics, equipment fittings, and a workout/diet plan. I strongly recommend Matt’s golf instruction program to anyone looking to optimize their game and improve in both the short and long term.”

Todd B., Stevens Point, WI
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