You will learn the principles of a strong mental game based on our Tour Research and work with almost 400 Tour players. A strong mental game will enable you to perform in competition and increase your consistency dramatically. Your mental game is the key to your success. A strong mental game will enhance your physical game and accelerate your physical game improvement. A weak mental game will ruin your physical skills and performance.
The best physical skills and talent will never produce consistently without a strong mental game. The more important the tournament, the more you need strong mental skills to perform.
Duration: 3 days, Friday – Sunday
Maximum class size: 4 students
Age: 13 and up
Schools typically have a mix of Juniors, college players and aspiring professionals. Avid amateurs are welcome. We are all golfers and faced with the same challenges.
During 15 hours of instruction you will work on the range and the course for over 6 hours. You will wear the Mind Meter Pro on the range and course. With it we can video every shot and putt and record your Mind Meter numbers through the whole routine. This immediate feedback after every shot and putt is incredibly valuable to your understanding and improvement. The course time is broken into two 2 hour sessions with review and discussion afterwards and using the Online Coaching System.
The regular Level I Mental Game Golf School at Tapatio Springs Resort near San Antonio, Texas starts Friday evening at 7:00 and finishes at Noon on Sunday.
During the School You Will Learn About:
- The Eight Champion Personality Traits and How You Compare with Recommendations
- Effective Goal Setting
- The Mental Pre-Shot Routine (The Athletic Shot Process)
- Thought Control Methods
- Managing Your Tension for Golf with the Mind Meter Pro
- Trouble Shooting Your Game Mentally and Physically
- How to Practice
- How to Prepare for Your Rounds including Mental Goals and Mental Game Scorecards
- How to Play Your Rounds Mentally
- Effective Game Planning and Decision Making on the Course
- How to Handle Bad Shots or Outcomes
- How to Learn from Your Rounds and Improve Mentally with the Online Coaching System
- Hydration and Nutrition for Performance
At its conclusion you will have a much better mental game! You will be a better player on Sunday than you were on Friday night. You will understand your personal challenges and what to do about them. You will have a road map for improving your skills and what to do next. You will have the tools to continue your mental game improvement. It is not unusual for our students to play a competitive round on Monday and do well!
It doesn’t end with the school. The school is just the beginning. With this knowledge and the tools included you will continue the process of building your Mental Game stronger and stronger. The Online Coaching System gives you the tools to prepare for every competitive round mentally and then to learn from your competitive rounds afterwards. A full year Membership is included.
If you need additional coaching, we are always available to you now that you have become a GolfPsych client.
Only 4 players in each school so space is very limited. Click Here to See the Level I Schools Schedule and begin the process of truly becoming the best golfer you can be.
We will add schools to meet demand or for groups or teams. Please contact us to organize Your Team Level I school. (It worked great for Austin Westlake.)
***From the Dad of a recent graduate about her play the second day after the Level I School
Jon and Deborah:You guys may have already seen it on her post round evaluation, but S…. threw down a 72 on Tuesday in a TJGT major at Augusta Pines. That was her first time to break 80 in competition in over a year. She not only broke 80, but destroyed that mark. There is no question that what she learned from both of you was a BIG part of it. She’s always had the physical ability, but her mind has been in her way. She “got out of her own way” finally and performed to her potential. It was fun to watch because I know how hard she has worked at it this year and how close she came to quitting golf altogether. Anyway, thanks for everything and we will be talking soon. She is in San Antonio again Mon-Wed of next week. Let’s hope she can keep the momentum going.Her Dadp.s. Jon, S…. said she was very nervous the last 5 holes because she know she was level par. She said the breathing techniques really help her nerves. She made some big putts on the last few holes in that dreaded 3-5 foot range. So, she was clearly able to calm herself. It was neat to watch.