Explanar and golf teaching methods explained
| The Explanar is used enthusiastically by qualified Golf Professionals across the World. Many have their own method of teaching and Explanar complements these.
Explanar is a “teaching agnostic” tool, designed to enable all Teaching Professionals to more easily communicate, through feel, what it is that they want their students to achieve.
On paper and screen Explanar would appear to teach constant plane. This is NOT the case. Because the Power Roller slides, rolls and slips the Explanar allows a mild “figure of eight” swing, resulting is a backswing which can be wide and slightly above plane, to a downswing which shallows TO plane ensuring a greater chance of a squarer club face at impact and down the target line.
The golfer can then either release by hinging the wrists upward to plane like the majority of golfers, or “hold out the hit” limiting forearm rotation through the shot, like 6 times Major winner Nick Faldo and other “faders” like the great Lee Trevino.