Read MGS-user Kevin McMullen’s discovery and practice of MGS

7 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by John Mule' on May 27, 2012 at 1:11 pm

    My time spent learning all aspects of MGS from you recently in St. Louis was easily the most beneficial experience of my 30+ years in golf. As you’ve stated, MGS is based upon real scientific study – not personal opinion and/or guesswork. MGS leaves nothing to chance in terms of an individual’s desire and potential to improve. Going about your teaching in the manner that you do – with great communication and humor – made the learning experience that much more fun to take part in. I would say to any player (at any level…) who really wants to take their game to the next level and keeps an open mind about learning something based upon science fact and not fiction – MGS provides the framework to accomplish your golfing goals in a fraction of the time than more traditional methods.For those who have the means to actually visit Kiran in person for one-on-one instruction, you will be treated to a master instructor who sincerely wants each and every student to fulfill their potential.

    John M.
    Baton Rouge, La.


  2. Posted by Marc on July 9, 2012 at 11:27 pm

    I have been a very frustrated dedicated golfer for several years. I have put countless hours into lessons, videos, books, and practice with limited or fleeting results. I stumbled across Kirans MGS teachings on the Internet and it has been as close to a “golf miracle” as I have found and have had consistent, positive, and honestly almost too good to be true results so far. I am going to take the next step and will be taking personal lessons from Kiran in St Louis in a couple of weeks and I can’t wait! Thanks Kiran for developing this system! I look forward to going from duffer to golfer and I believe Kiran and her MGS swing are the keys to get there…l will update after my lessons… Thanks!


  3. Posted by Stan Lane on July 16, 2012 at 9:44 pm

    I, too, am enjoying implementing MGS. The information I have obtained from this site as well as Kevin’s has been extremely helpful. I ordered Kiran’s E-Book over a week ago and paid with PayPal, but have not received anything yet. Can someone let me know how long it takes or give me some contact info??? Thanks


  4. Posted by Randy Lyons on July 24, 2012 at 5:07 pm

    just got onto your website yesterday. I am a single digit handicapper and have been playing for 30 years. I went to the range last night and couldn’t believe the results of higher ball flight. I hit a 12 degree driver but now it is so high that I am considering going back down to a lesser degree. Is this a common situation with MGS? Also I am hitting my 4iron like it has a 7 iron loft, still long enough but alot higher.


    • Basically, the MGSS separates the job that the body has to do from what the arms need to do, so that the body can produce the power and the arms can deliver the club down to the ground. So, because all body movement – up and down, side-to-side is eliminated during the backswing (it is completed pre-swing), the only job of the backswing is to pick up the left (lead) arm and drop it right back down to the ball. The club, therefore, drops consistently down to the exact spot it requires to be at for ideal impact! So, better impact-quality, in terms of distance, direction and, as you said, TRAJECTORY!


  5. Posted by Mike on September 8, 2012 at 11:43 pm

    A great easy to learn swing system. My fellow competitors are impressed by improved distance and accuracy. My handicap has dropped 3 strokes in 2 weeks.
    What is the best minimalist approach to add a slice or draw when necessary? I wish I had been introduced to th MGSS 50 years ago when I started this game. Currently a 10 HCP. Thank you.


  6. As I recover from a total right knee replacement and watch Steve Stricker wow the kids as did Tom Watson earlier, I am contemplating shooting a 59 for the first time using Kiran’s teachings.

    Crazy? Nah. In 3 rounds prior to surgery with a rt knee swollen and stiff with fluid, I used just Kiran’s right side head tilt and chest turn to shoot 42,46,42,41 and 38,44.

    Kiran’s Minimalist Golf System just gets better as I incorporate all it’s elements-in my next round I will add horizontal thumbs and a gravity drop downswing vs. planting my left heel. This week will be MGSS chipping and putting as my knee gets stronger.

    My drives are consistently 250 yards and easily shaped so my short game is all that is holding me back!

    Thanks Kiran.


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