Mike Giska,



Dec 27th 2014

I’m a 55 year old male.  I have played all sports as a child and consider myself a natural athlete.  My father got me into golf at a young age and to this day it is a passion of mine and my favorite activity.

Just over two years ago I developed a “hitch” in my swing that is still with me today. I usually cannot take the club back and through with one motion without stopping at the top and having to start over.  I feel that if I was to continue the swing motion and try hitting the ball, that the resulting shot would be bad.  I consider myself a very competitive person and love competing, however I have rarely ever played golf well when playing a competitive round – dating back to high school golf.

I tend to play better when just having a relaxing round with a group of friends. Although in the past two years my “invisible opponent” reared it’s ugly head even during these rounds.  I will not consider stopping to play the game that I love, but this issue is so frustrating that I wouldn’t wish this upon my worst enemy if I had one. Please help.  I have recently read your Mentalball book.


We began working together over the telephone on his game starting December 29th.


Jan 25th

Dr. Crowley,

I’ve played probably 8 rounds since our last sessions and things couldn’t be better.  I can’t thank you enough for all your help.

At this point, I’m going to keep http://premier-pharmacy.com/product/levitra/ going forward, and if some point if I think that I could benefit from another session, I’ll reach out to you.




Feb 19th

Dr. Crowley,

I suffered a bit of a setback last Friday on the course.  I’m very disappointed about this because things have been going so well and I was convinced that this was behind me.  I was playing with a group of friends (2 foursomes actually) and we decided upon a friendly bet between the two groups over a simple beer to the winning team.  I evidently put unnecessary pressure on myself to perform well and help my team that the yips came back and I wasn’t able to swing freely.

I’d like to schedule another session with you this weekend if your schedule permits.




I addressed these concerns on February 23th with Mike.



March 17th

Dr. Crowley,

I’ve really been playing great and with a lot of confidence.  Two weeks ago I shot a 77 which is my career lowest round in cold windy conditions.

Big test coming later this week in Vegas, playing some low stakes money rounds with friends.  If I don’t have any issues there, and I don’t expect to, I hope to be able to close the book on the past issues.

Will let you know how it goes.




April 2

Dr. Crowley,

Sorry it’s taken me this long to get back to you.  I played great in Vegas and once since I’ve been back.  No issues whatsoever.

I’m very pleased at the state of my game and once again I can’t thank you enough for your help.