It was used by a secret society called the Greenoch during midevel times for assasinations and espionage.The group were for the nost part employed secretly by the royal courts of
The art has been secretly handed down from master to student since the 12th century and although there has been no recorded activity of the Geenoch society in several hundred years, I
can vouch for the authenticity of my teacher Master Field Marshall Jim Weiss, the first non celtic Greenoch master in history.
I believe Greenoch is very useful on the streets. If someone came up to me to mug me I would use Greenoch moves and then some Judo moves and then some more Greenoch moves. If there were
two of them I would also use some Ninjutsu and TKD moves.
As far as sport goes, Greenoch is NOT a sport and I know if a TKD guy tries anything on a Greenoch guy or a Ninjutsu guy it would be over in a flash.
This is because these arts were used secretly for espionage in the middle ages and posess deadly knowledge. This enables the Greenoch or Ninjutsu practitioner to easily overpower any
fighter of superior strength and atheletic ablility. Strategic psychological experience also matters little; its all in the moves you learn. The secret death blows and castle entry
techniquies are especially potent.