Personalized Training Programs

  • Improve mechanics, consistency and mental strategies
  • Improve lane play and gain understanding of ball motion
  • Set goals for the future
  • Create Enjoyment!

Individual-Training

Individual Private Instruction

60 Minutes @ $75/hour.
Students with high school or college i.d. $60/hour. Receive one-on-one personal instruction to evaluate the mechanics of your physical game and/or advance your knowledge of lane play and ball motion. Instructor will provide suggestive techniques for improvement through video review analysis.
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Group Programs

Mock Team Training for USBC Championships:
$30/person/3 games.
Minimum 4 persons, Max 6 persons. We will lay out current tournament lane condition so that bowlers/team can bowl on lane condition prior to travel and competition. This practice session will help team members understand the transition of lane condition and prepare equipment for competition. Other National or International event lane conditions may be available for practice. Please call for availability.

Share a Lesson With a Friend or Family Member
For $120/hour. Students with High School or College ID $100/hour.

 

Congratulations Team NABR of West Henrietta, New York on winning the 2015 USBC Open Championship Team Division.

L-R, Adam Barta, current Guinness Record holder for most pinfall in an hour by an individual, Scott Pohl former Team USA member and pro shop professional, Brian Waliczek PBA member and pro shop professional, 2007 Regular All-Events champion Mike Rose Jr. and team anchor Rob Gotchall, EBI Tour Rep and one of only 28 bowlers in USBC Championship history with more than one 300 game on tournament lanes 2002-2010.

Team NABR was represented by a collective group of Team Turbo staff members including Adam Barta, current Guinness Record holder for most pinfall in an hour by an individual, Scott Pohl former Team USA member and pro shop professional, Brian Waliczek PBA member and pro shop professional, 2007 Regular All-Events champion Mike Rose Jr. and team anchor Rob Gotchall, EBI Tour Rep and one of only 28 bowlers in USBC Championship history with more than one 300 game on tournament lanes 2002-2010. The group finished with games of 1,057, 1,123 and 1,188, with Gotchall’s (783) leading series followed by Rose (697), Waliczek (659), Barta (636) and former Team USA member Scott Pohl (593).

Team NABR has quickly become a proven contender at the Open Championships.  In 2013, they turned in a 3,361 performance on the way to a 33rd-place finish and in 2014 made a run at the lead and eventually finished 11th with a 3,495 total.   Look for more great things from these talented Team Turbo staff members in 2016.