Mike Deeley was based on the beautiful island of Jersey for 23 years but recently returned to mainland England as Head Coach at the Shropshire Golf Club near Telford where he runs group courses and offers individual coaching.
His coaching style of simplicity, quick improvement and most importantly, greater enjoyment of this special game are a perfect fit for THE EASIEST SWING IN GOLF. Since qualifying as a licensed Easiest Swing coach in 2016 he has helped golfers from all over Europe to find and develop their own natural swing.
Mike is an active senior golfer himself and is extending his tournament career (and his drives !!!!) by using our unique SENIOR FRIENDLY philosophy. Join him for a few days and find out why we call it “THE EASIEST SWING IN GOLF”.
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Since qualifying as a licensed Easiest Swing coach in 2016 he has helped golfers from all over Europe to find and develop their own natural swing. Mike is an active senior golfer himself and is extending his tournament career (and his drives !!!!) by using our unique SENIOR FRIENDLY philosophy.
Happy Golfers Endorsements
Brian, Thanks to you I have lowered my scores by at least ten shots and I can see that I am improving after every round. Last week I played Tyneside Golf Course and was gross 10 over after 12 holes. Amazing for me as only five months ago I struggled to break 100. I am easily playing to a 19 handicap and expect that to drop within a month. All of this improvement pain free. Thank you so much. I can't wait for retirement so I can play more often. Best wishes, my Guru. …1 week later: Just broke 90 today. Had my first birdie in thirty years. So so easy. Thank you. Brian Sparks Note: …and all this happened by Jeff reading my book, looking at our videos and investing in a Swing Caddy.
Hi Brian...In a word, FANTASTIC!! Of all the “back friendly” or “body friendly” swings I have tried over the past few years, the PIG swing is the only one that I can honestly say remains successful more than a couple of months after I have tried it. The combination of your method, while also using the Swing Caddy trainer regularly, has made a big difference. I use the Swing Caddy for maybe 5-10 minutes a few days a week, and prior to a round as I am warming up. I shot 84 last Tuesday and 86 today on my home course. I have been used to shooting in the low-mid 90s until I switched to the PIG swing. I am now able to feel what goes wrong when I have a mis-hit…and oh by the way, those mis-hits are way more playable using the PIG/ES swing than my old swing. Oh…and the lower back pain I have struggled with for years is much less after playing a round using the PIG swing. The back does get a little sore or stiff after I have rested for a while after a round, but the discomfort is much less than with my old swings and there is usually no pain at all during a round. With a little stretching, I am usually good to go. What a blessing!
Hello Julian, In your latest YouTube video you’ve asked for some feedback on subscribers’ experiences with Positive Impact Golf. For what they’re worth here are my own observations: I received my copy of Brian’s book via Amazon on Saturday 3rd February, the day of my granddaughter’s 5th birthday party and what I can describe as the day of my golfing catharsis. (The dictionary definition of the Greek word “katharsis” is “purification or cleansing”. In English “catharsis” is the “process of releasing and thereby providing relief from strong or repressed emotions”.) What better word is there to describe the philosophy of the P.I.G. movement? A few days later I purchased the Hole in One Impact Swing Trainer. You may want to know what has happened in the six months since my catharsis. Well, I have abandoned totally all the technical swing thoughts built up over the many years of toil on the golf course. As a result, golf is now a game of fun and fitness for me, so much so that on several occasions in the last few months I have resorted to carrying my clubs and have felt “as fresh as a daisy” at the end of 18 holes. As a senior golfer of 75, I can’t stress enough the importance of the physical and mental wellbeing generated by P.I.G.’s philosophy. Granted I’m still hitting my fair share of inconsistent shots and my handicap (28) has not improved but after 50+ years in the wilderness, I recognise it may take a little more time to make progress on scoring. My most memorable achievement since February occurred 4 weeks ago on 2nd July when I “flushed” a 5 iron onto the green of one of my “problem” holes, to discover that I had my first ever hole in one! I’m now considering whether to attend one of the P.I.G. One day courses or have a 9 holes course management program to learn how to improve my scoring. I’d appreciate your thoughts on the matter. Many thanks to you and all the team at P.I.G. for my catharsis.