Golf for Non-Golfers

SNAG GIVES NOVICES A CHANCE TO PUTT IN

The chance to play golf is a major attraction for many meeting attendees. But planners also need to consider how to entertain the golf virgins in their ranks.

One solution may be SNAG (Starting New at Golf), a new game from Lakeland, Fla.-based 3G Golf Ventures, LLC. Designed to make golf less intimidating to the uninitiated, SNAG uses oversized, color-coordinated equipment to help beginners pick up the basics of golf. It almost soun

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