Indian Wells Golf Resort


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IN THE NEWS > C L I C K H E R E T O C O N TA C T J O E W I L L I A M S F O R M O R E I N F O R M AT I O N O R C A L L 0 7 6 0 1 8 3 4 / 3 8 2 5 O ne of the challenges of every corporate golf outing is appealing to non-golfers, or people who aren't comfortable enough playing on a championship golf course. Indian Wells Golf Resort has come up with a unique and fun solution that also will help spark more interest in the game. SNAG (Starting New at Golf) is now being offered for team-building events, juniors, and as a way for non-golfers to participate in events without play- ing the course. "We're trying to grow the game and I think it's going to reduce barriers," said Joe Williams, Director of Golf at Indian Wells Golf Resort. "For our resort clientele, we thought it would fit extremely well – especially since we get a lot of beginners and corpo- rate outings." The equipment, which can be set up quickly, is comprised of colorful giant-headed clubs and oversized tennis ball-like golf balls that make it easy for beginners to quickly find suc- cess hitting the ball. The idea of bringing the SNAG equipment occurred at a sales conference where SNAG was featured at an in- troductory dinner event. The SNAG system explains the game much differently than golf pros explain the game, Williams said. SNAG refers to clubs associ- ated with their function – putters are called rollers and irons are launchers. "That makes sense to a beginning golfer," Williams says. "You're going to launch the ball into the air or roll it to the hole." Williams plans to incorpo- rate the SNAG equipment for juniors and corporate events with his teaching staff avail- able for lessons. "Our entire staff is onboard with it," says Williams. "We're going to use it for junior clinics and corporate events and also our regular lessons." FRESH APPROACH A fun new golf activity at Indian Wells is perfect for corporate outings, team-building and juniors STAY/AND/PLAY NEW PACKAGE AVAILABLE AT INDIAN WELLS S ummer may be over, but Indian Wells Golf Resort and the Renais- sance Resort & Spa have a new golf package avail- able that will make you want to extend your va- cation plans. The package includes accommodations at the luxurious Renaissance and unlimited golf with cart on Indian Wells' two championship golf courses that were re- cently ranked in the Top 20 "Best Courses You Can Play" in California by Golfweek. The package also in- cludes access to the driving range and a $50 resort credit per night. Rates start at $199 for one golfer and $259 for two golfers. CLICK HERE for more details or to book. Equipment used for SNAG features over-sized clubs and balls. BOOK A TEE TIME CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO OF SNAG IN ACTION!

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