“Everyone has a story, and I think it’s good to hear it and let other people hear it, too,” Snell said.
“I don’t think you have to have just one particular interest in life. It’d be cool if I’d be able to do one of those and it could lead me into another one, because I think digital media can go with architecture in a lot of ways.”
When he’s not golfing, Snell works at Wayside Designs, the Tal Light-owned accessory shop in McAlester that installs audio sets and also does custom fabrication and detailing for multiple types of vehicles.
Snell is also an avid duck-hunter.
“It’s good to take some time away for yourself and just sit back and think about things,” Snell said of hunting. “It’s a good way to release.”
Snell became a Savanna golfer almost on a whim.
But three years later as one of the Buffs’ varsity bags, Snell has made a home for himself on the links.
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