Explanar Golf, widely regarded as the World’s No.1 Teaching, Training and Golf Fitness System has launched a training aid “amnesty” for 2009. The Amnesty applies to both Trade and consumer customers.
Tony Clark, CEO explained, “There are plenty of training aids out there. Some are good but some are not only bad they are fundamentally flawed. Golfers across the UK, Europe and USA can now return training aids that have not delivered on their promise to Explanar Golf and we’ll refund the cost of those against an Explanar Golf Training System. It’s that simple. Full details can be found at www.explanar.com/amnesty
“The Explanar is biomechanically and kinaesthetically proven and also endorsed by leading fitness experts on both sides of the Atlantic. Now used by top instructors, PGA pros, Tour players and amateurs in over 60 countries, Explanar is described by World No.1 Coach Butch Harmon as “the best training system I’ve seen in 40 years as a teacher.”
Clark continued, “Our claim that Explanar is the world’s No.1 training system is based on RESULTS and independent research. Our testimonials are the envy of the industry and our understanding of how the golf swing works means that we deliver the best after sales service to our customers, both professional and amateur.
“We partner them in their business and golf development. Golfers in the USA are now at least 4m fewer than in 2001. For the sake of the global industry we have to reverse this trend and the best way to do that is to make golf easier. Explanar does that. It delivers accelerated learning through instant understanding and we challenge anyone to prove otherwise. Ask our customers. Explanar will dramatically improve a professional’s teaching skills and their teaching revenue resulting in a prosperous 2009!”
For more details contact Explanar UK/Europe at +44 (0) 1604 874740 or Explanar Golf USA on 866 975 2627 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit www.explanar.com for details of the Amnesty.
Explanar Golf will be exhibiting at the PGA Show in Orlando at Booth 1973.