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Nico els

Nico Els –  Born in South Africa, Vanderbijlpark on 11 December 1973.The UK and South African renowned golfer won more then 50 tournaments including winning the Surrey PGA championship twice 2019/2022. Nico Els also played a few events on the European tour in 2012 and on the Challenge tour. In-between focusing on his playing career Nico also decided to join the PGA UK to study and completed his diploma course to become a fully Qualified PGA Professional. Nico worked as a Club Professional from more the 18 years and in that time also gained his playing rights on the Sunshine Tour in South Africa(2015).

With over 20 years of competition experience behind him, Nico is now focusing to become a Champions tour Player in the USA and also a Legends tour player in the UK.

Zainab jeppe

My name is Zainab Jeppe, I am an ambassador for Body Swing Solution. I found my love for golf at the age of 10 and the minute I started going to the range I had the urge to do everything I could to be the best. Although I started at a later stage than some other golfers, I found that my dedication and love for the game pushed me further on in the sport and from then on, I entered many competitions and even flew to America to represent Great Britain & Ireland at the age of just 13 soon realising that this was what I aspired to do for the rest of my life.

At the age of 16 I represented the England regional team for Thames Valley, this was a good indication that my hard work was paying off but it also opened up my eyes as to how hard the playing field out there is, so I started to look at other ways into making myself a better person which could set me up to be a better golfer in general and I very quickly found myself wanting to better my physical health and wellbeing which included going to the gym. Working with Body Swing solution has increased not only my power but the ability to use it, with the right technique and rightly set up sessions that are fitted to me and my golf game, I have seen massive improvements in my distance and strength in general. I also feel like the gym sessions have helped my general mobility and strength which has definitely improved the quality of my golf practice sessions.

As well as golf I also have a love for fashion and have always loved keeping up with the latest fashion trends in the golfing world and in life in general. I recently modelled for adidas for their winter collection and thoroughly enjoyed the experience!

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Lawrence Courtney

Introducing myself, my name is Lawrence Courtney and I am an ambassador for Body Swing Solution. Coming from a family that all play golf, I had a golf club in my hands from the age of ~2 without ever showing much interest for much of my adolescence. Fast forward to age 11 and I was hooked; rapidly improving and, with some growth, was starting to hit the ball a long way. Through my teenage years I learned to control the power I had developed, which allowed me to compete with the best in the county at my age group, culminating in topping the 2015 Surrey scratch junior order of merit. This local success allowed me to continue my golfing journey at Kenyon College in OH, USA. Earning a spot on the team in every tournament during a brilliant four years of this unique experience allowed me to achieve 2 wins and 5 separate top 5 finishes, as well as accolades such as 2018 All Freshman team member and multiple All Region team member selections. Following graduation with a 1st in Biochemistry, I have turned my attention to professional golf with my first full season beginning in April 2022.


I have been working with the guys at Body Swing Solution since they opened their doors (having seen Mike for years before this). During this time, I have seen an increase in cruising club-head speed of 110 mph to 120 mph, with my max topping off at 125 mph. Whilst making these gains, I have also gotten much stronger. This has led to a reduction in niggles picked up from playing tonnes. I think this comprehensively shows that Kenny and Mike are well on their way to debunking the myth that lifting and swinging faster leads to injury, quite the opposite in fact!

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