Hank Haney PlaneFinder-Right Hand
The Hank Haney PlaneFinder is for golfers who want to improve
their swing. The concept of swinging the golf club on the proper plane was first
articulated by Ben Hogan in his classic 1957 instructional book, "Five
Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf." Years later, legendary teacher
Hank Haney has made swinging on plane the cornerstone of his work with Tour
players and high handicappers alike. And now, along with inventor Rusty Pies,
Haney has created the PlaneFinder, a unique and innovative device that provides
immediate feedback if the club deviates from the proper plane on both the backswing
Tour players and golf instructors alike know that swinging on the proper plane
is the key to effortless power, laser-like accuracy and, most of all, consistency.
Golfers can improve all of those aspects in very short order as their swing
plane improves. Not only can they use the PlaneFinder during practice sessions
at the range but at home as well. And, the PlaneFinder works equally well with
every club in the golfer's bag, from lob wedge to driver.
"The beauty of the PlaneFinder is that you find out immediately what you're
doing right and what you're doing wrong," said Hank Haney. "And then
by making subtle adjustments to the swing, every golfer can quickly discover
their proper plane and how to remain on it." There's a big difference between
'feel' and 'real' and the Plane Finder never lies.
It's the next best thing to having a personal lesson with Hank Haney! The PlaneFinder
is available in both a right-handed and left-handed model. The PlaneFinder is
portable, lightweight, and can be used anywhere-the home, office or at the range
and will groove and improve your swing right away.