The Elite Mental Mentorship Program


Voted Best of the Best 

We teach a combination philosophies that ranges from mental techniques used by the Navy Seals to many other professional athletes and business leaders. The practices we use combines the best of eastern and western philosophies to relate and create success for every golfer in our mental training practice program. Expect to learn the autoprogrammed self first and foremost, everyone has an autoprogrammed response and pattern developed towards certain stressful situations, how we respond is what either makes us weak or strong. It takes 21 days to change our habits and 10,000 hours to master your skill and every long journey starts with one step.

Call Today to learn how to "UNLOCK YOUR MIND POTENTIAL"... Call (817) 726-0493


"Winners have a common pattern of development through a long cultivation of daily training of "little things" and mentorship that transcend them to their best in whatever they do"
Matt Christian

The non-negotiable 5 factors that the golfer must have to succeed?

1. Desire
2. Belief
3. Attitude
4. Discipline
5. Determination

What Will You Learn?

1. Understand "The Autoprogrammed Self"
2. Mind Fitness- fitness for both the mind and body
3. Diet-  for focus of the mind and energy/function of the body
4. Zen - Live life in the present and change through reflection and meditation
5. Qigong- Sniper like Concentration without distraction
6. Mindfulness- process of retraining/correcting our autoprogrammed self
7. Tai Chi- Automatic focused motion
8. Meditation- Visualization of performance, strategy and emptiness of emotion
9. Law of Attraction- How to attract the things you want in your life
10. 3 Fears- that limits or creates success in your life

Develop A Champions Mindset

1. Mental Clarity- feeling of being 100% focused for the competition
2. Self Confidence- belief in abilities and preparation
3. Visual Strategy- Win the battle before the battle has been fought
4. Controlled emotion- ability stay present in hostile situations
5. Acceptance- accepting the problem/mistake and making peace with it and moving on
6. Reflection- looking back to embrace a plan positive changes for the future.

The 20 times factor

One of our mentors Navy Seal Mark Divine teaches us the any golfer can accomplish at a minimum of 20 times more than they think they can through a solid mental understanding and training practices. The 20 times factor can relate pretty much to any of an individuals valued priorities list in your life. We teach our golfers how to tap into this deeper inner self to help them achieve what others many times fail at.

"Matt, you were right... I did what you told me and I the had Champions Tour Q School won before I got there. I truly believed that I had won the tournament before it had started.
Wes Short Jr- PGA Tour Winner 2005 | Champions Tour Winner 2014

What happens when a golfer suffers from the 3 Major Fears?
Concentration and judgements suffer
Repetitive racing thoughts
Anger and Resentment
Lack of confidence
Desire to escape or run away

Imagine a training program that counters these negative effects
We have a morning training program and nightime training program. The morning program helps us take a deep inward look into what we are going to do that day and the nightime program helps us reflect on what did or did not accomplish for the day along with making adjustments for the following day.
Most people don't have a morning ritual to success and also a nightime ritual that helps reflect on the day in order to become a better and stronger individual for themselves, famlies and society in general.

What's the autoprogrammed response?
We all have a natural way or reaction of how we handle certain stressful or pressured situations, the pattern that we develop is called an autoprogrammed response. Just as the military trains snipers or navy seals on mental techniques of how change their natural responses, golfers can learn the same techniques that will help them on and off the course. Most people just use the excuse of this is just who I am and I will always be that way. Those are the ones you will beat on the course if you train with us, you can sense weakness miles away when you have a strong mind.

Why is Chi Flow Important?

Many Tai Chi masters relate our minds and bodies to Water. Such as, a pool of stale sitting water it becomes poisoned and toxic, similar to a person who does not move for long periods of time their mind and bodies become poisoned much like water. Our muscles can be like a dam if they are tight, weak or impinged which will not allow chi to flow through them. When the Chi is flowing you will feel more coordination and connected in your movements. Chi is no myth, it can be acquired through proper understanding and training. We teach you how to feel the Chi, it's actually very simple and really cool once it happens for you.

Fitness for the Mind

We use physical training such as, odd object lifting, kettlebells , bodyweight, tai chi, qi gong and more individual specific exercises to help our players maximize their true potential on and off the course. We don't teach you how to build a brain in your biceps so to speak, we teach you how to test yourself through challenges with full body movements. If you feel stronger, think stronger, feel better, focused, aware and are more relaxed you will play better golf without a doubt and live a better quality of life. Pushing hard in the fitness area creates an understanding and building of mental resilience and tolerance.

The Diet

The diet plays a vital role in feeling better along with reducing stress and anxiety. Many studies have proven that if your core area "stomach" feels light and "alive" then you will perform your best in any sport. The diet is the most underrated part of fitness, different fitness training requires a different diet. Understanding "your diet" good or bad is the key to developing a stable long term diet that makes sense. We help you find your diet that will help you function better and feel better.

The Body Systems that control mental and physical health
  • Digestive
  • Intestinal
  • Circulatory
  • Nervous
  • Immune
  • Respiratory
  • Glandular
  • Urinary
  • Skeletal

Some Anger Examples Relative to Golf:

  • Poor Decisions
  • Adverse affects on next shot or entire round
  • Takes the joy out of competition
  • Golf swing will feel quick and jerky
  • Mind will have a "who cares" attitude
  • Golfers plays to fast
  • Golfers will swing with much muscled aggression
  • Breaks clubs or throws clubs
  • Can affect relationships of close friends or family
  • Can lead to quitting this great game

2. Stress - The affects of stress and anxiety for a golfer leads to mental and physical tension.

Some Stress Examples Relative to Golf:

  • Nervousness
  • Quick Decisions
  • Second guessing in the swing
  • Scatter brain
  • Defensive attitude 
  • Poor Breathing
  • Golfer will tend to try to steer the ball around the course
  • Affects Sleep before tournament play or any competition
  • Leads to pre round energy loss and fatigue
  • Lack of Confidence
  • Can start a long term slump
  • Can lead to quitting this great game

3. Some depression examples relative to golf - the affects of depression for a golfer leads to mental and physical softness

Depression examples:

  • Timid
  • Unaware
  • Fogging mind
  • Golfers swing to loose and flimsy
  • Slumping posture
  • Lack of confidence
  • Golfer Comes up short a lot
  • Golfer hits the ball thin
  • Golfer doesn't want to be there
  • Can lead to long term slump
  • Can lead to quitting the game



  • Loyalty – to our family, golfers and company mission
  • Service – to others before self
  • Trusted – through our accumulation of sincere actions of credibility
  • Honor and Integrity – in public as well as in private
  • Leadership and Communication – these are interconnected and we must be good at both
  • Responsibility – we take it for both our actions and players results
  • Discipline – earn your stripes everyday
  • Innovation – create, improvise and overcome
  • Reflection- assessment to implement new changes for the better


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