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Snell Launches Canadian Website!

 

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That's right folks, the #1 ball not on tour is now available to all Canadians without the excess fees of dollar conversion, duties and cross border shipping! This has always been a sore point for me because by the time they arrived you're paying the same price as any other tour ball. But those days are now behind us with the launch of https://snellgolfcanada.com/

 

For those that might not recall, we tested a golf ball not too long ago that sent shockwaves across an industry. 

 

 

and now the official press release:

 

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SNELL GOLF CANADA LAUNCH ALLOWS IMMEDIATE ACCESS TO GOLF BALLS DESIGNED BY TOP GOLF BALL EXPERT
 
Kingston, Ontario, Canada – May 25, 2016: Dean Snell has worked closely with world-ranked professional golfers and amateur players alike during his nearly 30 year career as a golf ball engineer, developing top quality golf balls for Titleist and Taylormade. Well known brand names such as the original Pro-V1, Tour Preferred and Penta balls are among just a few of the balls he helped develop. In 2015, Dean leveraged his 30 year career in golf ball technology and started his boutique firm, Snell Golf Inc., with headquarters in New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA. The current Snell ball line includes “My Tour Ball” – a 3 piece tour caliber ball to enhance scoring for golfers at all levels and “Get Sum” - a 2 piece golf ball that will produce less spin.
 
In the US, Snell Golf Balls have rapidly gained marketplace traction due to their excellent performance, competitive pricing and “best in class” ratings by various testing groups. Snell golf balls have been recognized by Golf Digest's 2016 Hot List, MyGolfSpy.com and GolfWRX.com. The launch of SnellGolfCanada.com now provides hassle-free access to Dean Snell's golf ball line to all avid and recreational golfers in Canada.
 
Dean Snell comments on the Canadian roll-out, “Snell Golf launched in the United States in 2015 with an e-commerce business model, zero player contracts and low overhead. My intent was to design a high quality golf ball and sell it at an attractive price lower than comparable balls in the market. Our golf balls can only be ordered on-line and golfers who have tried one or both of the “My Tour Ball” or “Get Sum” balls have been consistent repeat customers and through word of mouth have introduced their friends to the balls. The formation of Snell Golf Canada, with people, warehouse and website located in Canada was the solution we needed to get our product to Canadian golfers. Ron and his team, with extensive business and marketing background allows Canadian golfers easy access to our products at www.snellgolfcanada.com.
 
Dean Snell has been involved in the design of several high profile golf balls that most professional and amateur golfers have used. Unlike the 14 golf clubs in a golfer's bag, the golf ball is involved in every shot and the right golf ball has the potential to enhance the golf experience. Snell Golf Canada's website shares Dean Snell's golf ball fitting philosophy that merits review by all golfers.
 
Ron Stenzl, President/CEO of Snell Golf Canada comments on the Canadian launch, “Dean Snell is a golf ball guru and our group intend to transfer his expertise and effectively market and distribute his existing golf ball line and any future golf ball innovations to the Canadian golf community. Both golf balls are outstanding. Golfers who play the balls are quick to talk about how much they like them. But it's been the industry reviews that have really piqued golfer's curiosity about the Snell Golf Ball line. Top ratings in Golf Digests 2016 Hot List product reviews and in mygolfspy.com have really driven demand upwards and these award winning golf balls are now easily available to Canadian golfers. We are confident that our customers in Canada will have amazing shot-making moments with Dean Snell's golf balls.”
 
Snell Golf Canada is going to initially introduce the 2 piece ball (Get Sum) at $27.50 per dozen and the 3 piece ball (My Tour Ball), the flagship product at $41.99 per dozen which is 20-25% percent less than other recreational and tour quality golf balls. The Snell Golf Canada senior management team includes Ron Stenzl (CEO), Bill Crowe (Strategic Marketing Co-ordinator) and Dan Shea (Ecommerce Infrastructure.) All are experienced entrepreneurs with a lifelong passion for golf.
 
For more information on Snell Golf Canada, current incentives, photos, logos and wholesale / reseller opportunities, visit SnellGolfCanada.com or email service@snellgolfcanada.com
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This is awesome I have some friends up there and they kept having to come across the order to get them.

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