SNAG (Starting New At Golf) and the PGAs of Europe have renewed their Corporate Partnership, with an even stronger emphasis on golf development than ever before.
The PGAs of Europe continues to forge ahead in its provision of golf development expertise and sharing of good practice to grow the sport across Europe and around the globe.
The partnership with SNAG will continue for a third three-year term and secures the leading first touch product and programme as a Golf Development Partner and Corporate Partner of the Association, further supporting the developmental initiatives and activities being undertaken by the PGAs of Europe.
SNAG is passionate about getting individuals from grassroots level and upwards involved in the sport of golf by using specially adapted equipment that enhances the basics of traditional golf in a way that allows an individual to easily develop and enhance putting, chipping, launching and full swing skills.
“We are proud to be extending the partnership between GSA Golfsports/SNAG and the PGAs of Europe,” said Christian Piott, Managing Director of GSA Golfsports/SNAG Europe, Middle East, Africa and India.
“With more focus on golf development, we are excited for our programmes and concepts to be involved in the continued development of golf across Europe. Together we look forward to achieving the combined objective of creating even more new golfers.”
The PGAs of Europe’s unique position in providing expertise in golf development around the globe means that the Association’s Golf Development Partners are able to assist various programmes, projects and initiatives to grow the sport.
The influence of SNAG has spread across many of the PGAs of Europe’s Member Countries, increasing participation levels, becoming part of national curriculums in schools, and establishing itself as a first point of entry for golf development on a global scale.
SNAG is often a major feature at tour events, exhibitions, parks, school programmes, corporate events, tournaments and charity fun days.
“Our partnership with SNAG has been very fruitful over the past few years,” said PGAs of Europe Chief Executive, Ian Randell. “As a leader in the provision of first touch equipment and programmes, we have been delighted to promote them, as well as recommend the adoption of SNAG across several countries.
“As the PGAs of Europe look to assist countries with their golf development plans and share good practice, SNAG products and programmes can be integral to improving the infrastructure and participation through introducing the game in a fun, safe and family-friendly environment.”