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SNAG to the “Fore” at the 2011 Irish Open

8.13am 1st August 2011 - Management Topics - This story was updated on Monday, August 15th, 2011

The 2011 Irish Open presented by Discover Ireland has provided plenty of golfing entertainment for the local golfing community in the town of Killarney. SNAG Ireland has provided a feast of golf with a difference at their Interactive Golf Zone and on the SNAG Golf Course.

The Interactive Golf Zone has allow local kids and their families get an introduction to golf using the SNAG coaching system. SNAG Ireland coaches have been on hand to help. The interactive golf zone includes 4 different coaching stations were participants can learn the basics of golf using SNAG’s unique training tools.

The SNAG Roller and launchers come in sizes to suit all and the SNAG training tools assist in making the learning of golf fun.

Once participants have completed a coaching session, they have then had the opportunity to test their newly acquired skills on the SNAG Golf Course, a unique addition to the Irish Open event this year.

The interactive golf zone and the SNAG Golf course are open to all participants and have created quite a buzz. SNAG Ireland have provide coaching for over 1000 kids and over 300 Adults in the first three days of the event

Shaun Mc Bride MD of SNAG Ireland has been delighted with the response. “To have offered golf coaching and additional play to so may people is amazing, and to have seen so many people enjoying the experience makes its totally worth” he enthuses “while the positive responses to the SNAG System have really made the 2011 Irish Open a fantastic week for SNAG Ireland.”



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