Amateur Testimonials

testimonial_conradDr. Gio, What I took from our day together has been hugely successful. Since our day I have won 2 AJGA events and qualified for the US Amateur. I am playing my best golf ever and your teachings have revamped my mindset and my game. Thank you very much!
– Conrad Shindler


testimonial_brynnDr. Gio, I just wanted to thank you again for a great day on Sunday! I am still amazed at what you were able to do for me and I am so excited about going out there and using it in qualifying and tournament play. Not only was it a great learning experience, but it was also so much fun!
– Brynn Anderson, Texas Tech University Golf Team


testimonial_aaronDr. Gio, I just wanted to let you know I graduated from Ferris State last May and turned pro. Since your help I have played the best golf of my life! I have played in 13 pro events this year and collected a check in everyone of them. I also just took 2nd at the Utah Assistants Championship and qualified for the National Assistants Champ. at PGA headquarters the end of this month. I just wanted to tell you thanks for teaching me how to play fearless golf!!!
– Aaron Brown, 1st Assistant PGA Pro., Gladstan Golf Club


testimonial_spearDr. Valiante, I read your book the week before i was in a member guest tournament with one of my friends. For the week before I practiced as if i was in the tournament, focused on the target for every shot, and then carried this into the tournament. We won 5 out of 6 matches, and won our flight and then won the overall championship by beating 5 other flight champions!! This was the best competitive round I have ever played, and I owe it to your book, “Fearless Golf”. I am a 14 handicap and played below this most of the time. Thanks for your guidance!!
– Michael L. Spear, MD; Landenberg, PA


testimonial_lindsayDear Dr. Valiante- The day after finishing your book, Fearless Golf, I went out and shot the lowest round (72) of my life. I played against my dad that day and I beat him! Now he’s reading your book. Thanks a million,

– Lindsay Reeve, Sisters High School, State Champions (2007)