On May 31-Jun 2, one of the nation’s top pool instructional schools will be heading to Long Island for a three-day clinic at Hub Billiards in Island Park, NY. Michigan-based PBIA master instructor & founder of the Traveling College of Billiard Knowledge Scott Lee will be joined by NYC Grind’s own instructional columnist and master instructor Mark Finkelstein.
Read on for all the details on the upcoming pool school in the announcement from Scott Lee…
Hub Billiards has teamed with the Traveling College of Billiard Knowledge to host a once-in-a-life-time weekend of World Class Pool Instruction. Proprietor Brad Turner has announced that arrangements have been made for America’s foremost touring teaching academy, the TRAVELING COLLEGE OF BILLIARD KNOWLEDGE www.poolknowledge.com to conduct their renowned three-day traveling school in Hub Billiard Club’s beautiful facilities.
Headlining this program is one of the PBIA’s most prolific Pool Instructors, Scott Lee (Master Level). Known as “The Stroke Whisperer”, Scott will be assisted by PBIA Master Instructor Mark Finkelstein (Master Level) and other guest instructors to form a perfect student/instructor classroom ratio.
This three-day school will take place in Hub Billiard Club’s secluded/private area and is targeted for Intermediate/Advanced skill levels. Class is limited to the first 10 paid students. Tuition is $600.00. A $100 deposit is required by no later than May. 25th to confirm attendance, with balance due upon arrival. Deposit arrangements can be made with Hub Billiards manager, Matt Vascellaro or Scott Lee and may include cash, check or credit cards. All previous schools have filled rapidly, early enrollment highly encouraged. This is a golden opportunity to elevate your game with America’s top ranked Traveling Pool School.
School criteria will cover all three aspects of our sport: Psychological-Mental & Physical. Workbooks, training technology and personal video are a normal part of the curriculum. Students should be in comfortable clothes, bring their favorite cue and wear a big smile.
School hours are 8am to 5pm with the rest of the evening available for homework and social interaction.