As partners of the PGAs of Europe, SNAG attended the 2014 Teaching & Coaching Conference on both Sunday 21st & Monday 22nd September at Stirling University.
This was the first time Super SNAG has been demonstrated in Europe and was received with great enthusiasm. SNAG Master Trainer Tony Howarth presented Super SNAG to those attending the conference.
Tony said, “Everyone is so enthused by the introduction of Super SNAG. All those that experienced it at the conference spoke highly of the equipment and its perfect progression from SNAG equipment to traditional equipment.”
The PGAs of Europe 2014 TCC conference played host to many PGA professionals from across the world. The two day event helped to give an insight into a variety of approaches from both grassroots and elite level to benefit PGA professionals from the perspective of coaching and development. A strong focus around grassroots level of play and the importance of secure player/coach relationships was covered during the two days.
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.
Tony said, “It was great to see so many likeminded professionals from around the world coming together to hear the speakers brought together by the PGAs of Europe.” He concluded by saying, “It is not only the speakers that help you learn and develop but also the opportunity to share ideas and experiences with all the coaches attending.”