Keller Matthew

Author's details

Name: Keller Matthew
Date registered: September 13, 2009

Biography

is a PGA Golf Professional with over 15 years of experience. Throughout his career he has worked at courses in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Florida and Delaware. Matt has conducted thousands of golf lessons to players of all ages and ability levels. Currently, he is a PGA Professional at Cripple Creek Golf and Country Club located near Bethany Beach, DE.

Latest posts

  1. Pure Strike Golf — January 28, 2015
  2. Bushnell Range Finders – Holiday Gift Ideas — December 8, 2014
  3. Game Golf – Holiday Gift Ideas — December 2, 2014
  4. Team Golf – Holiday Gift Ideas — November 21, 2014
  5. Holiday Gift Ideas – The Mission Belt Company — November 10, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Golf Vacations — 7 comments
  2. Golf Nutrition — 5 comments
  3. Cobra Long Tom Driver Review — 4 comments
  4. Warm Up Before You Play — 3 comments
  5. Golf Strength Drill — 3 comments

Author's posts listings

Nov 04

Incredible Golf Shots

Amazing Incredible Golf Shots The internet is filled with clips of the most amazing golf shots. The following links will take you to some of the most unbelievable shots you have ever seen. There are so many great shots it really is hard to narrow down the list. While there are probably greater shots recorded, …

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Oct 27

Breathing Techniques to Improve Your Golf

  Breathing Techniques to Improve Your Golf Anxiety can be defined as an adaptive response associated with tension and uncertainty of facing a new situation or unpleasant experience that causes worry and can affect sleep, appetite and ability to concentrate. Furthermore, the fear resulting from anxiety can become extreme, debilitating and totally paralyzing. The ability …

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Sep 24

Avoid Wrist Injuries

A PGA PRO’s Tips on How to Avoid Wrist Injuries A good grip is essential to a good golf swing. In addition to a good grip, a player needs adequate hand, wrist and forearm strength to swing the club correctly. While the most frequently reported injury in golf is back injury, left wrist injuries are …

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Sep 14

59 on PGA and LPGA Tour

Oh! That Elusive 59 Friday, September 13th turned out to be one of the luckiest days of Jim Furyk’s career, when he became the sixth player to card a 59 on the PGA Tour. Furyk followed up a marginal first round 72 with his record tieing 59 in the second round of the BMW Championship. …

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Sep 14

Play Golf on a Budget

Affordable Golf Golf can be an expensive game. Avid golfers spend a fortune playing, practicing and improving at the sport they love. A golf vacation can cost thousands of dollars while a round of golf can set you back a couple hundred dollars. A standard set of golf clubs can cost over a thousand dollars …

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Sep 07

Tips for Women to Generate More Power

PGA Pro’s Advice for Women to Gain More Power Almost everyone wants to hit the ball farther. Many women are forced to rely on their short game when they lack the distance to regularly hit greens in regulation. Obviously, increasing strength and flexibility are one reasonable way to increase distance. However, without purchasing a gym …

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Aug 30

What we can Learn from Inbee Park

Learn How to Swing with the Correct Tempo like Inbee Park – What Everyone can Learn Inbee Park is arguably the hottest player in the world. Everyone on the LPGA Tour knew Inbee Park’s potential, but now the rest of the world knows as well. After winning the first three majors of the season, Park …

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Aug 26

Understanding Shaft Weight, Torque and Kick Point

PGA Pro Talks Golf Shafts Since many golfers read the club reviews posted on Women’s Golf Center, I thought this would be an appropriate time to discuss different aspects of the golf shaft. In fact, many golfers don’t understand the technical aspects and performance of the golf shaft. While players continue to purchase new equipment, …

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Aug 22

Cobra AMP CELL Fairway Wood

PGA Pro’s Review of the Cobra AMP CELL Fairway Wood The Cobra AMP CELL fairway wood is designed with a traditional club shape design and packed with new technology. Cobra’s MyFly technology allows you to adjust loft and maximize distance and trajectory with six settings. The AMP CELL fairway can be adjusted from 13 to …

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Aug 10

Cobra AMP CELL Hybrid Review

PGA Pro’s Review of the Cobra AMP CELL Hybrid The Cobra AMP CELL Hybrid features all of Cobra’s proprietary technology molded together to make another solid hybrid. Similar to the driver and fairway, the AMP CELL hybrid combines the MyFly, SmartPad and E9 technology, all designed to make the Amp Cell a top performing hybrid. …

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