Pro Directory Will Now Be Searchable Online

October 31st, 2012 9:54am - Posted By: Tiffanie

  Golf Professionals, we have made an exciting change to our original plan to do a SNAG Pro Directory in a PDF format. It will now be a robust online Directory! 

The Background:  
Our plan was to collect the contact information for SNAG Pros and to compile that data into an quarterly PDF document so clients looking for SNAG lessons could find a Pro in their area. We had hundreds of Pros email us to be a part of the Directory but I know there are many more of you out there that did not get your information to us in time for our deadline.

The Update:

Beginning next week we will offer this searchable Directory electronically on our Consumer website (www.snaggolf.com). It will now be an ever growing resource that can be updated daily to ensure all Pros that are using SNAG instructional material and equipment to teach new learners can be included with no deadlines to worry about.

Along with providing your business more exposure on a daily basis so potential clients can find the SNAG programs they are looking for, we have just partnered with a high profile national initiative that will be promoting activity/sports beginning in January. People interested in learning golf will be given the link to the SNAG Pros Directory--don't you want to be included??  

What Does This Mean To Me?:

If you DID provide us with your information already you will receive a detailed email by the end of next week with instructions on where to go to review your listing.

If you DID NOT provide your information (and you provide SNAG lessons/programs) and you want to be included please send the following information via email to Lindsey at lindsey@snaggolf.com

-- Main Contact Person 




-- Are you SNAG Certified? 


-- Phone Number 


-- Email Address 


-- Website (not your general website but a webpage that provides details on your SNAG programs)


-- City 


-- State 


-- Zip Code 


-- Type of Facility (golf course,park & rec, YMCA, camp, individual)


  -- Type of SNAG Programs Offered (Womens, Juniors, Seniors, Private lessons, After-School, Leagues, Group Lessons, Camps, Special Events, All Ages, Adults, Special Populations i.e. veterans, people with disabilities-- indicate all that apply)  

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UPS uses SNAG to bring fun to the Life is good Festival!

September 24th, 2012 2:29pm - Posted By: Tiffanie

UPS employees prove their dedication to their communities by giving 1.4 million in recorded volunteer hours each year. From lending their business skills to nonprofits to giving their time to repaint local community centers, UPSers are committed to strengthening their communities. Making a positive changes in the lives of children is also a strong focus for SNAG so it was a natural fit for UPS and SNAG to team up to provide a fun activity for kids to participate in at the recent Life is good Festival benefiting underprivileged kids.  



We provided Paul Bonin, Marketing Manager for UPS, with equipment for their booth so the kids could have fun playing SNAG!  “Thank you very much for allowing us to borrow the SNAG promotional kit this past weekend.  The event was a huge success and raised over $1 Million to help in the prevention of childhood poverty, violence and illness”, Paul said, “ The reaction of the kids to your product was great.  They loved it. I look forward to speaking with you in the future.”

The Life is good Festival is a one-of-a-kind fundraiser held at Prowse Farm in Canton, MA. This two-day celebration of music and optimism, features three stages of nationally known musical talent, hands-on games, interactive arts activities, and the "Good Kids" zone. 100% of the funds raised and profits from the event go towards the Life is good Playmakers, helping kids overcome poverty, violence and illness.

More info: http://www.lifeisgood.com/festival/

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2012 Pro Directory Submission Deadline Now Closed

August 23rd, 2012 11:24am - Posted By: Tiffanie

Our goal is to help connect potential customers looking for SNAG® Golf  programs to professionals in their area so we not only grow the game of golf but bring new customers to local pros!


As you all know, in order to meet increased customer demand for SNAG® Golf Lessons, we are compiling our first SNAG® Pros Directory.  


Thank you to all of the Pros that responded to us to be included in the 2012 Directory.  Customers looking for entry level golf will now find your programs more easily!    


Here is how the process is going to work: 


Tiffanie will email everyone that submitted their information in the next few weeks. (No one has been responded to yet as we were just collecting the mass of emails that were flowing in daily.)  


Please make sure to the email address tiffanie@snaggolf.com is added to your safe list. If you do NOT get an email from Tiffanie in the next couple weeks then please contact her again to make sure you are included in the Directory.   


If you didn't get your information in for the deadline, never fear...you will have another opportunity in February 2013 when we begin to compile the 2013 Directory.  



NOTE: If you are looking for more information on setting up or running a program, training manuals and videos, marketing resources, business ideas, etc.  please visit the online "SNAG® More Business" Pro Resource Center at:    http://www.snagpros.com/resourcecenter/proresourcecenter.html

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How do you SNAG-A-Community??

July 20th, 2012 3:00pm - Posted By: Tiffanie


Our continued focus is to provide Pros helpful resources to create a long-term sustainable model to grow golf at the grass roots level. This month we have a NEW Guide illustrating how to grow golf in your community to help you "SNAG®-A-Community". 

What is SNAG®-A-Community??   


Using the SNAG®-A-Community model, each professional (Golf Pro, Recreation Pro, Physical Educator) can become a pillar in their community, raising their own visibility by introducing proven programming that has sustainability. If these dedicated professionals band together, they can have the same impact on the growth of golf that soccer had in the 1980's.  


The time is now! The golf industry must aggressively implement a long-term sustainable model to grow golf at the grass roots level.  

It is time to get competitive! Golf MUST compete with all of the other sports offered in schools and after school.


GUIDE:  If you are ready to grow the game of golf and increase your revenues, click HERE for the SNAG®-A-Community Guide. 



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Pro Directory Dealine Extended to July 21st

July 12th, 2012 12:00pm - Posted By: Tiffanie

In order to meet increased customer demand for SNAG® Golf Lessons, we are compiling our first SNAG® Pros Directory. There is NO COST to be included, we just need your info by July 21st.   

Our goal is to help connect potential customers looking for SNAG® Golf
programs to professionals in their area so we not only grow the game of golf but bring new customers to local pros!



Help Us To Help You "SNAG® More Business"!



Our staff is overwhelmed with requests from potential customers looking for SNAG® programs across the country. (Even some Pros looking to partner with other Pros).

The problem is we don't currently have a comprehensive list of Pros who are actually running SNAG® programs in each local area across the country that would be accessible/available to these folks.  These requests are for women, kids, seniors--people of all ages.  


Do you want to be included in the 2012 SNAG® Pro Directory? 


If you are a professional that provides SNAG® Lessons please provide the following information by Friday, July 21st via email to Tiffanie at  tiffanie@snaggolf.com:


Main Contact Person

Name and Type of Facility (public course, private course, private lessons)

Phone Number

Email Address



Zip Code

Type of SNAG Programs (summer camp for 5-8 year olds, women's lessons, senior programs, group/private lessons for all ages, G-Ball, etc. etc.--this may be a long list but too much info is better than not enough)



NOTE: If you are looking for more information on setting up or running a program, training manuals and videos, marketing resources, business ideas, etc.  please visit the online "SNAG® More Business" Pro Resource Center at:    http://www.snagpros.com/resourcecenter/proresourcecenter.html 

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“Women Helping Women”

June 20th, 2012 11:39am - Posted By: Tiffanie

Photo above was provided to EWGA by Rose upon her receipt of the donated SNAG equipment. 


EWGA is a national organization committed to “Empowering, Enriching and Energizing Professional Women Through Golf!”

We work closely with EWGA as we feel it is a high caliber organization that can help to grow the game by providing women the opportunity to learn and play golf in their local communities. EWGA is a great way for women interested in golf to build relationships. As Pam says in this video  “EWGA is all about connecting women to learn, play, and enjoy golf for business and for life.”

The EWGA Foundation has launched an outreach program called, “Drive for Dreams” to share their good fortune with those less fortunate through contributions of golf equipment and other resources needed to “Give the Gift of Golf".  Their first fundraising campaign under this initiative was earmarked to benefit a girls golf school run by Kenya’s only female golf professional, Rose Naliaka.

After Pam Swensen, CEO of EWGA, shared with us the inspiring story of Rose Naliaka’s girl’s golf school and her mission to grow girls golf in Kenya we immediately donated a SNAG Golf Coaching Kit so the girls could have fun learning the fundamentals of golf at the school.    

The very generous donations of clubs, shoes, and other items made by EWGA members and golf industry partners were sent over to Kenya and after a long, long journey – and amidst much political upheaval throughout Kenya – the girls finally received the donations.

At the EWGA Conference held at Amelia Island Plantation, the audience heard firsthand from Rose how she uses the game of golf to teach life lessons to girls who otherwise lead a squalid existence in a country rife with HIV and illiteracy where the average life expectancy is only 47 years of age.


Rose is still active with her girls golf school in Kenya and she recently took six girls in the program to play in a golf tournament in Mombasa.  "The EWGA Foundation 'Drive For Dreams' opened up a window of opportunity for us and we continue to shine!" , Rose said.


More Information on EWGA:

EWGA website: http://www.ewga.com

There are many reasons why aspiring and current business and professional women join EWGA - top-level networking and mentoring, meeting energetic, like-minded people, or finding time to escape the daily grind to enjoy a round. If you're looking for an organization that helps you to easily learn, play and connect, you belong with EWGA!

Hear from CEO, Pam Swensen, on what the EWGA is all about: http://www.ewga.com/sites/courses/custom.asp?id=1026&page=59697

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Join the SNAG Team for "Fun in the Sun" this Sunday!

June 4th, 2012 4:36pm - Posted By: Tiffanie

Video--GolfMix.com caught up with David Shein at the PGA Show in Orlando in January, where he did a great job explaining our unique approach to teaching golf to new learners.


Arizona folks!! SIGN UP TODAY for the “Golf for Life” tournament June 10th benefiting the American Cancer Society. Bring friends and family to learn and play in fun and FREE SNAG Golf event. Day of festivities will also include a Father’s Day gift fair...


LINK TO MORE INFORMATION: http://golfmix.com/trilogy-golfmixer-benefiting-american-cancer-society-2/


Trilogy golfmixer benefiting American Cancer Society

one-of-a-kind golf tournament: 18-hole shotgun at Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia (Rated #2 in design, #7 in Overall Experience, #9 in Value, #14 in Amenities, #16 in course conditions, in the golfmix “Best of Arizona, 2011″) and of course their famous $1 beer special will be in play!

This exclusive golf tournament is the first in our series of “Golf for Life” benefiting the American Cancer Society. There are only 100 slots and they are going fast! So hurry up and register now – the $79 entry fee for the tournament gets you a spot in this unique individual golf tournament that features a different contest for prizes on each hole including your shot at beating our “pro in residence” PGA Tour winner Arron Oberholser, a post-golf awards luncheon, and awesome golfmix schwag. Click “Attend Event” below to register!

SNAG golf family event: bring the kids and join us for a fun and FREE way to introduce the game of golf to people of all ages. SNAG stands for “Starting New at Golf.” It’s a fun game that contains all the elements of golf in a modified form. Falling somewhere between miniature golf and regulation golf, SNAG allows for full shots, pitching, chipping, and putting. It is a proven learning & training tool for entry level golfers. Any age group can play and it’s perfect for inexpensive family fun! The game has it’s own simplified rules and terminology, SNAGology as they call it, that adds fun to the learning and playing experience. It’s portable, so you can make “The World Your Course!”

father’s day gift fair: get some great gift ideas for Dad from our vendors on the range at Trilogy.

7am — Registration
8am — 18-hole shotgun start

7:30am-Noon — SNAG golf family event
8am-2pm — Father’s Day gift fair

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Matt Says "No More Talk, It's Time For Action!"

May 22nd, 2012 4:53pm - Posted By: Tiffanie

Photo: First Annual Midwest PGA Section SNAG-A-School Tournament


Matt Murdoch is donating proceeds he earns from playing in golf tournaments as a professional to raise money and awareness for growing the game of golf. The Midwest PGA section is then asking companies and people to match the funds that Matt donates. So far Pepsi and Mercedes Benz will be matching funds.  These proceeds will then go to the Midwest Section Foundation to purchase SNAG Golf Coaching Kits for schools, park and recreation facilities, etc. “We expect to influence up a 80,000 kids in the school districts in the Kansas City area next year,” Matt says, “Our goal is to outfit every school district in our Section with the opportunity to do SNAG, and once we do that the game will really grow again!”

Read on to learn more....

Matt Murdoch, being a golf lover, felt a strong desire to give back to the game that has provided him with so many memories and opportunities so he spoke with Brad Demo, Midwest Section Executive Director, about ways to raise money and awareness for growing the game.  

 Matt felt a lot of money and awareness could be raised by making a personal sacrifice to donate proceeds he earns from playing in golf tournaments as a professional and then asking companies to match funds. Historically, Matt has earned between $5,000 and $12,000 per year and he plans to donate all of these funds to grow the game in his Section.  Companies have been approached to match (a percentage or full match) of what Matt donates. So far Pepsi and Mercedes Benz will be matching funds.

When approaching companies they have found that many of the company executives love to play golf but are truly unaware that the golf industry is struggling. Brad Demo has done much of the fundraising. He approached Pepsi first as he had a prior relationship with them.  Mercedes Benz is a PGA sponsor so they thought it was appropriate to approach them locally.  The reception and response from both companies was extremely positive.  When Pepsi and Mercedes Benz execs asked why Matt, or anyone, would give up all their income from playing in tournaments Brad explained that the golf industry is in trouble and that Matt is very passionate about taking action and not just talking about bringing more people to the game.  

All funds from these efforts go directly to the Midwest Section’s “SNAG-A-School” program.   “We haven’t done a very good job of growing from ground up”, Matt says, “If we start with the kids maybe Mom and Dad will want to play. We need to fill up the pipeline with new golfers since so many are leaving every year.”

The Olathe School District, a suburb of Kansas City, is the first school district that was targeted for the SNAG-A –School program. Program planning and PE Teacher training began 2011 and equipment was delivered in February 2012.  The Section provided 8 Large Group Coaching Kits and they are rotating between area elementary schools, which equates to 20,000 kids being exposed to the basics of golf in a FUN way every year.  Golf Pros win in this scenario as well…other than just a fantastic pipeline of potential new clients, they can also borrow the SNAG Coaching Kit in the summer if they donate their time to help with the SNAG-A-School program during the school year. 

All PE Teachers utilizing the SNAG® Golf equipment and programming have gone through at least 2 training over the past year and the Midwest Section (Matt, Jeff) will continue to follow up each year to ensure they are using the program correctly and get feedback on best practices, etc. Jeff and Matt have committed large amounts of both time and money to this program and are beginning to see how impactful their efforts are in growing the game. This past Saturday they had the first SNAG- A- School tournament, where every school in the district was able to bring a team. “Next year will be even bigger and better with more marketing efforts, sponsors, prize money, etc.“, Matt says.

"Golf has been phenomenal to be throughout my career. I started out as a very average high school player and progressed to receive a full college scholarship. I want other kids to experience this great family sport,” Matt says, “I have great memories of playing golf with my family growing up.  Golf teaches you a lot about life. We have schools and Sections from across the country calling us about our SNAG-A-School program."


"We expect to influence up a 80,000 kids in the school districts in the Kansas City area next year. Our goal is to outfit every school district in our Section with the opportunity to do SNAG® Golf , and once we do that the game will really grow again! We have to make sure people are aware of what is going on! We have to get golf professionals collaborating again and we can turn this ship around!"

Questions? Contact Matt at:

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Please like our New and Improved Facebook page!

April 16th, 2012 1:33pm - Posted By: Tiffanie



SNAG ('Starting New At Golf') wants to connect with you!

We are revamping and improving our presence on Facebook! Please "like" us to stay up to date on the most current:
Training Materials (Instruction Videos and Manuals)  Sales and Promotions Current News (U.S. and International) Best Practices  Pictures and Videos Tips on how to start or grow your SNAG program   Marketing Ideas and Materials 

 Like us on Facebook

 Click on the icon above or go to:



 "Like'" our Facebook Page and join the conversation on playing, learning, and growing golf!

Upload pictures of your kids or students enjoying SNAG or Write on our wall and tell us how you use our product, or offer tips to others





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Can we call you SNAG BOB!?

February 6th, 2012 10:50am - Posted By: Tiffanie

Sir Robert James Charles (Sir Bob), is a New Zealand professional golfer whose achievements over five decades rank him among the most successful left-handed golfers of all time, being the first lefty to win a golf major, winning more than 70 titles, and beating his age twice during a tournament as a 71 year-old. Charles is a sporting hero in New Zealand, not only for his achievements but also for his demeanour and philanthropy regarding junior golfers. He was also a role model worldwide for left-handed golfers. Charles was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) from Queen Elizabeth in 1972 and advanced to Commander in the same Order in 1992. He became Sir Bob Charles in 1999 when made a Knight Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit. To learn more about Sir Bob, click HERE.


Here is what Sir Bob has to say about SNAG® Golf:

" Starting new at golf is an introduction to the game which has been my life for over sixty years.

Golf is a game of a lifetime and I would encourage all children, from the age of five, to give SNAG a try. SNAG can be enjoyed by all, parents with children, as well as, grandparents with grandchildren and a wonderful extra curricular activity for schools.

From achieving the perfect grip with its five sides, to learning to roll the ball with the 'roller' or launching the ball with the 'launcher' SNAG is above all fun.  The 'roller' can be used indoors and the 'launcher' even on the beach and can be enjoyed by all.

Along with many instructional concepts SNAG could be an introduction to the game of golf for champions of the future."

~ Sir Bob Charles


To see more pics of Sir Bob using SNAG® please visit our Facebook photo album at: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150559763510369.377863.113101870368&type=1

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SNAG® was HOT HOT HOT at the 2012 PGA Show

February 2nd, 2012 2:54pm - Posted By: Tiffanie

There has been an amazing amount of excitement and enthusiasm from Pros at the PGA Show this year. We have had LOTS of great media this year as well!! There will be more in the days, weeks, and months to come but here are some initial highlights: (I have added most of these to our Twitter and Facebook pages but PLEASE feel free to spread them throughout your networks as well!!)

Golf Club Business:  http://www.golfclubbusiness.com/index.php?showtopic=33330 
(Article about PGA Show, mentioned how SNAG was used during Opening Ceremony)

Golf Week: http://golfweek.com/news/2012/jan/25/demo-day-blog-snag-ideal-beginners/ (includes article and video from done by John on Demo Day)

Golf Digest: http://www.golfdigest.com/golf-equipment/2012-01/photos-pga-merchandise#slide=10 (Sticky Suit named one of the Top 12 Coolest Things At the PGA Show, other items things like socks and golf shirts, we really stood out as looking unique and FUN)

Golf.com: http://blogs.golf.com/equipment/2012/01/scenes-from-demo-day-snag-golf.html (Blog and Video of Sticky Suit from Demo Day)

Golfmix.com: http://youtu.be/cEPxrS9tgFc (SNAG Canada distributor, David Shein, talking SNAG)


Thank you to all of you for your hard work and dedication in helping SNAG to grow the game!

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SNAG® Golf used for Boys and Girls Clubs of America pilot program

February 2nd, 2012 12:48pm - Posted By: Tiffanie

We are excited by the success of using the SNAG® Golf Coaching System for the pilot program with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America conducted by the PGA and USGA to help grow and develop junior golf nationwide!!


It is encouraging to see that all four of the pilot sites used the SNAG® Golf Coaching System to get kids involved in golf and they all had positive results. Kirk Douglas, Player Development division of the PGA of America, trained the instructors at each of the four Boys and Girls Clubs on how to use the SNAG® Golf Coaching System.

The pilot program allowed the kids from the Boys & Girls Clubs the chance to learn the basics of golf in a FUN, engaging, and safe way using SNAG® (Starting New At Golf) equipment and programming. SNAG® Golf is used globally to teach beginning golfers of all ages the fundamentals of the game. To learn more about how to instruct new learners using SNAG® Golf Coaching System please visit www.snagpros.com.

Official Press Release below:




"Official Youth Development Partner" of The PGA and USGA to Introduce Golf to the Boys & Girls Clubs' Network of 4 Million Kids Nationwide


ATLANTA and PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - As part of a historic long-term strategic alliance, Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) was announced today as an "Official Youth Development Partner" of The PGA of America and United States Golf Association (USGA).  With programming to launch in 2012, this partnership with the BGCA will impact the lives of youth across America through the introduction of the game of golf.


"The PGA of America is extremely proud to join hands with Boys & Girls Clubs of America," said PGA President Allen Wronowski. "There are 2.5 million kids currently playing golf nationwide, and through this partnership, we want to share the fun of golf with more of America's children. Our missions are positively aligned, as we work together to help kids achieve academic success, build character and develop healthy lifestyles through golf." 


"The USGA has a longstanding commitment to supporting programs that introduce the game of golf and the fun and the skills it offers to our nation's young people," said USGA President Jim Hyler. "We are very pleased to team up with The PGA of America and Boys & Girls Clubs of America on this ambitious new program, continuing our commitment to make a difference in the lives of young people throughout the country."


Based on a successful pilot project first tested in 2010, the new partnership will feature golf programming and instruction taught by PGA Professionals, along with support from Boys & Girls Clubs' staff and community volunteers. The program is expected to roll out next year at 50 BGCA sites, hosting between 50 and 100 kids each.  The goal is to introduce golf to tens of thousands of kids nationwide.


The bulk of the program will take place at Boys & Girls Clubs facilities, where the PGA Sports Academy curriculum and activities will be utilized to provide introductory experiences. The PGA Sports Academy combines golf skills and physical fitness in high energy activities that focus on play, as well as instruction. The Club members will enjoy field trips to local golf courses and additional programs will be developed, including low-cost course access for those kids who want to continue to take their new-found interest in golf to the next level.


"Boys & Girls Clubs of America is thrilled to partner with The PGA of America and USGA," said Roxanne Spillett, president and CEO for Boys & Girls Clubs of America. "We are very excited about this amazing opportunity for local PGA Professionals to connect with our Clubs, and teach our members how to enjoy and play the game of golf. Just as importantly, we know that our Club members will gain invaluable life skills as they learn all about this great sport."


The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of America is to enable all young people, especially those who need support the most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens. The goal of the new golf program is to expand across the BGCA's 1,100 local affiliates, which operate more than 4,000 clubhouses that serve approximately 4 million youth nationwide.


About Boys & Girls Clubs of America
For more than 100 years, Boys & Girls Clubs of America (GreatFutures.org) has enabled young people most in need to achieve great futures as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Today, nearly 4,000 Boys & Girls Clubs serve some 4 million children and teens through Club membership and community outreach. Clubs are located in cities, towns, public housing and on Native American lands throughout the country, and serve military families in BGCA-affiliated Youth Centers on U.S. military installations worldwide. Clubs provide a safe place, caring adult mentors, fun and friendship, and high-impact youth development programs on a daily basis during critical non-school hours. Priority programs emphasize academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles. In a Harris Survey of alumni, 57 percent said the Club saved their lives. National headquarters are located in Atlanta.  Learn more at bgca.org/facebook and bgca.org/twitter.


About The PGA of America
Celebrating its 95th year, The PGA of America has maintained a two-fold mission of its founders: to establish and elevate the standards of the profession and to grow interest and participation in the game of golf.  By establishing and elevating the standards of the golf profession through world-class education, career services, marketing and research programs, The PGA enables its professionals to maximize their performance in their respective career paths and showcases them as experts in the game and in a multi-billion dollar golf industry.  By creating and delivering dramatic world-class championships and exciting and enjoyable promotions that are viewed as the best of their class in the golf industry, The PGA of America elevates the public's interest in the game, the desire to play more golf, and ensures accessibility to the game for everyone, everywhere. The PGA of America brand represents the very best in golf.


About the USGA
The USGA conducts the U.S. Open, U.S. Women's Open and U.S. Senior Open, as well as 10 national amateur championships, two state team championships and international matches. Together with The R&A, the USGA governs the game worldwide, jointly administering the Rules of Golf, Rules of Amateur Status, Equipment Standards and World Amateur Golf Rankings. The USGA's working jurisdiction comprises the United States, its territories and Mexico.  The USGA is a global leader in the development and support of sustainable golf course management practices. It serves as a primary steward for the game's history and funds an ongoing "For the Good of the Game" grants program. Additionally, the USGA's Course Rating and Handicap systems are used on six continents in more than 50 countries.


The PGA of America: Michael Abramowitz, 561/624-8458, mabramowitz@pgahq.com 
USGA: Joe Goode, 908/470-5008, jgoode@usga.org   
Boys & Girls Clubs of America: Frank Sanchez, 404/487-5907, fsanchez@bgca.org

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Jack Nicklaus/ Boys & Girls Club use SNAG® Golf to kick off PGA Show!

February 2nd, 2012 10:52am - Posted By: Tiffanie

Picture: Jack Nicklaus, Ken Griffey Jr., Boys & Girls Club members, and PGA executives officially kicked off the 2012 PGA Show using our SNAG® Golf  equipment. The SNAG® Player Paks given to them by the PGA were very special as they had the PGA of America colors and logo.


PGA of America President, Allen Wronowski, introduced two Central Florida branch members of the Boys & Girls Club of America (Thomas Brenard and Phoenix Walker) to offically kick off the 2012 PGA Show "in Golf 2.0 fashion” by using SNAG® Golf equipment. Thomas and Phoenix both used a SNAG® Golf Launcher to hit SNAG® Balls into the crowd.

To see a video of the PGA Show Opening Ceremony with Jack Nicklaus/ Boys & Girls Club members hitting SNAG® Golf  Balls off stage into the crowd go to  http://bit.ly/xn847H (minute 8:30)

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We are having an exclusive HOLIDAY SALE just in time for the holidays!

December 5th, 2011 12:39pm - Posted By: Tiffanie

We are having an exclusive HOLIDAY SALE just in time for the holidays!  Hold on to your reindeer!

Use the coupon code HOLIDAY and get Player Paks OR Princess Paks for only $89.99!
(Sale is valid today through December 15th when the SNAG Elves take their holiday break) 

Do you know anyone that would be interested in practicing and playing the fun game of Golf in their backyard, in the park, on the beach, in the gym, or anywhere they please???

Alex with Player Pak

Since this is the Season for Giving we are giving our friends (that would be you) the opportunity to snag as many Player Paks or Princess Paks as your little heart desires for only $89.99 today through Thursday, December 15th.  Holly Jolly what a great gift!

Player Paks make great gifts for kids and adults as you can play and practice the fun game of golf alone or in a group with friends or family.  You can play, practice, and learn all at the same time!  Get a Player Pak for everyone in the family, find an open area, and hold a fun SNAG tournament.  

View Player Pak & Princess Pak Videos:
Click here to see the Player Pak video- all you need to play the game of SNAG!

Click here to see the Princess Pak video- just like Player Pak but pretty and pink for your little princess.

 How to get the Holiday Sale price:
Just visit www.snaggolf.com, click on Products, add the appropriate sizes of Player Paks or Princess Paks to your Shopping Cart, add the coupon code HOLIDAY in the box on the right side and make sure to click on "Update Cart" to reflect the Holiday Sale.  
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918-453-9993    Player Pak
The Player Pak is all you need to play SNAG! It includes a Launcher, Roller, Launch Pad, Flagsticky, SNAG balls and a cloth carry bag. The Princess Pak is exactly the same except it is all pretty and pink! 
The Player Paks come in Right Hand or Left Hand and three sizes: 26" for 5-7 yr. olds, 30" for 8-10 yr. olds, and 34" for 11+ and adults.

Princess Pak
Encourage your little "SNAG Princess" to have FUN learning golf! The Princess Pak come in Right Hand or Left Hand and two sizes: 26" for 5-7 yr. olds and 30" for 8-10 yr. olds

Click HERE to view SNAG Golf products. Please contact us if have any questions.       IF YOU ARE A GOLF PROFESSIONAL, PLEASE VISIT www.snagpros.com to get special Pro pricing.       Contact Us

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Southwest Section PGA & SNAG Golf Announce Partnership to Grow Golf

September 22nd, 2011 11:22pm - Posted By: Tiffanie




The Southwest Section PGA has announced its commitment to a long term partnership with SNAG Golf.  In an effort to continue growing the game and adding value to the Play Golf America experience, the Southwest Section PGA has entered into an alliance with SNAG Golf & their representative SNAG Arizona. 


The number of people participating in golf continues to drop so it’s of vital importance the PGA Professional takes a leadership position in analyzing and recommending the best strategies to move the industry forward. “The teaching principles and techniques utilized by SNAG Golf are an effective way to develop new players and grow the game”, states Michael Haywood, President of the Southwest Section PGA and member of the PGA of America’s National Board of Directors. “The alliance will be of great benefit for the Section and include through SNAG’s representative, SNAG Arizona, an annual contribution to the Southwest Section PGA Foundation”, states Haywood, “In addition there are multiple opportunities being established for player development training programs to be included in the Southwest Section PGA Education Program.”


The Southwest Section PGA is not alone in believing there should be a more concentrated focus on growing the game through initiatives geared towards family and kid friendly golf. “SNAG Golf will be part of our efforts toward a new outlook in player development.  It will be important for the Southwest Section PGA to embrace different vehicles of delivery, while focusing on the key growth strategies of Golf 2.0 as it pertains to new learners in the game,” states Haywood. 


“We admire the Southwest Section PGA’s commitment and look forward to a long term partnership toward bringing new golfers to the game successfully in Arizona and Southern Nevada,” stated Terry Anton, Owner & CEO of SNAG Golf.


About SNAG® Golf:

SNAG® Golf ('Starting New at Golf') is a proven first touch development program designed for new learners of all ages. It is an easy and fun way to learn and play golf.  SNAG® contains all the elements of golf but in a modified form. It builds on strong fundamentals of putting, chipping, pitching, and full swing to develop playing ability quickly and effectively. SNAG Golf incorporates developmentally appropriate equipment that will allow golf to be learned and played in non-traditional venues, such as on a soccer field, in a gym, or on the beach. It can be taught and played almost anywhere with immediate, positive results. This immediate success keeps new learners wanting to be further involved with golf.


The mission of SNAG Golf is to “get people physically active by introducing them to golf in a fun and easy way that encourages a lifetime of positive experiences and relationships; and to address the demographic, geographic, economic and educational barriers that prevent the masses from participating in this lifetime sport”.


For more information on SNAG please visit the Pro Website at www.snagpros.com.



About The Southwest Section PGA:

 The Southwest Section PGA is the 5th largest and one of forty-one sections of the Professional Golfers' Association of America. Its boundaries include the state of Arizona and Clark County, Nevada. Within the Section includes the Southern Nevada Chapter and Southern Chapter to further facilitate programs within those areas. For more information, visit http://southwest.pga.com.




SNAG Golf: Tiffanie Ord, 918-453-9993 x3, tiffanie@snaggolf.com

Southwest Section PGA: Michael Haywood, 520-822-6200, michaelhaywood@me.com

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