European Seniors Tour Golf Player
Mitch Kierstenson is being widely tipped by those in the know, to make a big impression during this year on the European Senior Tour.
Mitch is now fitter and stronger than at any time in the past and is playing to a standard that will see him become very successful and therefore very visible during the coming seasons.
Mitch will soon be reviewing various golf clothing, including the latest designs from Ian Poulter Design, club shafts from True Temper and Srixon balls to name a few products. This web site will be revamped very shortly.
Lee Valley Park Regional Authority
Mitch mainly works at Lee Valley Park, commonly known as "The Lock", but is quite happy to travel to a venue of your choice.
However,out of courtesy please approach your resident Pro, if you have one, prior to booking a lesson or playing lesson with Mitch.
After PQ school in Portugal, where Mitch made the final day and ended up 33rd, Mitch realised his game was not up to standard and things needed to be addressed. A new look Mitchy is about to evolve this season with increased physical training and swing practice.
Titleist Footjoy supply Mitchy with all his playing equipment.
The equipment supply has been formulated through Enfield Web who is managing Mitchy's affairs and the team supporting Mitchy
Mitch is very aware of the needs of corporate sponsors.To this end
he commits time and effort into making himself available for sponsors corporate golf days and exclusive rounds of golf for those sponsors who want to impress those special clients (when the Tour schedule permits!)
If you would like more information on sponsorship opportunities,
please take a look at the Corporate section of the website or for tuition go to
golf specialist web site.
As an alternative, Mitch provides a personal sponsorship package to suit individual sponsors, for more information on an extremely low budget form of sponsorship, please use the Contact Page.
Seniors Tour Mauritius December 2010
Mitchy had a good run in Mauritius, but like PQ in Portugal, the result didn't reflect his playing, but we all say that in golf. The harsh reality is Mitchy finished 35th and that's just not acceptable.
Senior PGA Professional Championship May 2009
Mitch finished joint 9th in the PGA Pro Championship.
Out of a field of 144 players, this is no terrible result, but a disappointment to Mitch who expected to be placed higher.
George Ryall (ENG) played very steady to win the event and Mitch's playing partner, Murray White, finished third.
Golf Lessons & Coaching from a Tour Player
Having played around the world on the Seniors Tour, Mitch is extremely well respected both as a player and a golf coach.
Mitch is more than happy to give individual lessons to juniors, adults, corporate group lessons.
For the lower handicap player or professional, Mitch can add an extra dimension to your game.
if you feel you need that lttle bit extra to improve your game in amateur or professional events, please call Mitch or use the Contact form to book an appointment.