Instruction & Training
The United States Bowling Academy has a rich history in teaching bowling and training coaches. We are very diverse in our bowling education and resources we bring to teaching bowling.
When it comes to the physical game, we have many drills that will isolate specific parts of the game. Through repetition of these drills and guidance from instructors, the bowler can very quickly start to change bad habits/skills into good habits/skills.
In our group lessons we also focus on understanding how to play the lane, spare shooting and the mental game. Unless a clinic has multiple days, a class will usually focus on one topic such as the physical game, lane play, spare shooting or the mental game.
The other benefit to group teaching is that the cost per hour is much more affordable and usually more productive. The cost of bowling is usually built in to the cost of the class.
A typical ratio for group teaching is one coach per pair with 4-6 bowlers per pair. Depending on the size of the class, the lead instructor will be a roaming coach that can rotate through groups and provide additional assistance.
For those bowlers that prefer more one-on-one instruction, we can also provide private lessons. I typical private lesson will usually go 45 minutes to one hour. Price will very depending on the instructor and the location of the lesson. Bowlers are responsible for paying for their own linage for private lessons.
If you are interested in becoming a bowling coach, we have classes available for you! Most coach training is group instruction. This allows bowlers to team up in group and do role play taking turns as student and instructor.
Just like group lessons, unless a coach training clinic has multiple days, a class will usually focus on one topic such as the physical game, lane play, spare shooting or the mental game.