Explanar Golf Training Aid Review
04 Jan 2015
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by Pete Davison - AmateurGolf.com Player Staff

Are you looking for something to help your golf game get through another harsh winter, or any stretch of time when you can't play as much as you would like?

You might want to take a look at the Explanar.

Luther Blacklock, PGA Master Professional, invented this fantastic swing trainer that works to develop your muscle memory in promoting the optimum golf swing. I have not had a great deal of formal training, but am a big believer in practicing my swing without hitting balls (we focus too much on results and not training our bodies).

Not too long after receiving my Explanar, I had a business golf trip scheduled for Florida. Normally I struggle off the tee after a big layoff. My flaws and rust are often exposed with the amount of water and sand you find in Florida. However, I found about 72 percent of my fairways and 70 percent of the greens. After just 10 days of using my Explanar before leaving, I shot 72, 71 and 73. I felt on plane, stronger and found confidence that I could keep the ball in play.

While the system does run about $749 plus shipping and is completely low tech, I think it will help your game better than many of the high tech gadgets. Let’s face it: the only thing that will truly help us get better is to execute more consistently. No high tech tool can help you with that, but Explanar can.

The Explanar is a kinaesthetic golf training aid which can be used at home or at the golf course. Explanar develops your muscle memory of the optimum golf swing, helping you feel what it’s like to hit the perfect shot.

Explanar improves the distance and accuracy of your shots by teaching a more consistent swing, and is suitable for golfers of all abilities. Used by some of the World’s top golf professionals and coaches, Explanar has already helped thousands of golfers improve their swing.

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