BowlersMart Sean Rash 2 Day Bowling Clinic Feb 27-28

Improve your bowling game at the BowlerSmart Sean Rash 2 Day Bowling Clinic. Space is limited to 24 participants.

Featured Instructors:

John Gaines is an industry veteran with accomplishments including 4 USBC Open Championship titles, USBC Silver Level Coach, a U.S. Amateur Championship, and was recently inducted in to the USBC Hall of Fame for outstanding USBC performance.
Sean Rash, a former collegiate standout at Wichita State University, has 8 PBA Tour Titles with 2 Major titles to his credit, was named the 2011-2012 PBA Player of the Year, an 8-time Team USA member, and winner of the 2012 ESPY Best Bowler Award.

Johnny Petraglia, Jr., the GM of BowlersMart Henderson, has 10 years of pro shop experience and is currently on Brunswick and Vise Grips Pro Staff. He’s bowled 93 sanctioned 300 games along with 33 800 series with a high set of 858.

Kevin Tabron was a 2003 Collegiate Team Champion with Wichita State University and is currently a Brunswick Product Specialist. He has also served 5 years as PBA Director of Player Services.

Two days of instruction including:

  • Physical Game
  • Mental Game
  • Lane Play
  • On lane instruction
  • **Brunswick Demo for Clinic attendees only**
  • Lunch provided both days

$350 per Person
*Space limited to first 24 paid registrations*

Reserve Your Spot

February 27, 2016 (10AM – 4PM)
February 28, 2016 (9AM – 3PM)

Strike Zone Bowling Center
Sunset Station Hotel & Casino
1301 W. Sunset Rd
Henderson, NV 89014

John Gaines

John Gaines

VP of Bowler Development at BowlersMart
Too often our sport tends to look at the high level bowler as the one to help out or coach. The fact is that an extremely small number of people can move past that 220 range to the next level. But there’s tens of thousands of bowlers out there that can move from 80 to 120, or from 160 to 200. It’s these bowlers that we’ll be most focused on. It’s the bowlers at the ground floor that need the most attention. If we can teach the fundamentals of the game to a group of beginning bowlers, they’re sure to enjoy our sport longer and participate in it more often.
John Gaines

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