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Karl Villwock (PGA of Germany) – SNAG Teaching Experiences (Part 1)1 min read

SNAG GolfAuthor: SNAG Golf


Posted on: 13th Apr 2017

Our fantastic partners at SNAG Golf EMEA & India spoke with PGA of Germany Professional, Karl Villwock, about how Karl uses SNAG equipment in his coaching with beginners and juniors…

How does SNAG create interest and fun for playing golf?

Using the bigger clubface and balls it is easier, especially for kids to start playing golf. The bigger targets help a lot, with the ball sticking to them children are very excited to try to hit the target. Generally the simplified equipment makes the students success rate much higher to start, so they have more interest.

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SNAG (Starting New At Golf) is an award winning product and recognised coaching programme in the advancement of golf around the world. We are already partners to many European Federations and PGA bodies, many of which are utilising SNAG equipment and programmes as their preferred first touch programme.

SNAG is the ideal way of encouraging families to play, learn and have fun together, and more importantly a soft, safe way of introducing golf whilst providing a leisure activity all can enjoy. Specially adapted equipment featuring oversized club heads, larger balls and fun targets help to ease beginners into the pitching, chipping, putting and full swing skills of the game.

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