What, Where & When
Whether you're aiming to become a professional bowler, need to sharpen your skills, or just want to prepare for that grudge match against the guy in the next cubicle, maybe I can help. Just email or call for a no-cost consultation.
Individual lessons are a popular option, best for bowlers wanting to take their skills to that next level.
Individual lessons are one hour in duration, but can be longer if the bowler wishes. "Split" lessons for two are OK, as long as the bowlers are equal in ability.
Recreational bowlers seem to like group lessons. (A "group" is three or four bowlers.)
Are you and your friends in an office league and really want that 1st Place trophy? Or do you and your wife just want to prepare for that Saturday night "grudge match" with your neighbors?
I sometimes think my clinics should be called "holistic bowling."
The goal here is to help you "put the pieces together." You'll learn how bowling is much more than just you and a ball, and how you can put the pieces together and be a Better Bowler.
June 9, 2020
Unfortunately, lessons are still on hold. Just when I'll be
able to resume teaching is still a big question.
Rumors have it that a couple of Bay Area
centers have partially reopened, but I haven't confirmed
that and, if they are open, I don't know how they define
"partially." I'm trying to find out and will let you know when
I know. But be wary--scientists still don't know what the
definition of "safe" is, either.