For the dedicated and committed student who wants to go beyond my information
products and get actual one on one coaching from me, this service is available, right
here in Las Vegas where I live, or I can travel to you.

I’ve been doing personal coaching for 27 years now with great success for my students.

Pool players spend thousands of dollars on a cue and case that comes with no instruction manual.  That’s where I come in, to help you get the most out of all that expensive equipment.  After all, what good is a great cue if you don’t know how to use it?

If my rates appear high, consider the value of all the time that could be lost in trying to figure out what you are doing wrong on your own, or the cost of going to an instructor who may not be so good at seeing what you need to fix and improve on as fast as I am able to do so.

Rates for personal coaching:

  • 1 hour:  $300
  • 2 hours:  $500
  • 4 hours:  $800
  • 1 full day instruction (6 hours):  $1,100
  • 2 days instruction paid in advance (two 6 hour days):  $2,000
  • 3 days instruction paid in advance (three 6 hour days):  $2,800
  • 4 days instruction paid in advance (four 6 hour days):  $3,500

*rates are subject to be more to include travel and lodging expenses if I travel to you.  

*rates do NOT include table time or other expenses associated with doing the lesson at one of the pool halls such as Good Timez Billiards, Griffs, or Cue Club in Las Vegas.  Currently, I have limited access to a private facility for pool lessons, availability subject to change.  I can do them at your house if you have a table.

You may bring your own camera or micro SD card so you can keep and view the footage of your lesson for future reference.

My schedule is busy, just message me when you’re seriously interested to get the cue ball rolling.

I can recommend some decent hotels in Las Vegas but Priceline or a site like that probably has the best deals.


After working with one talented young man, Brendan Crockett, especially focusing on his alignment and fundamentals for several months, he went on to win the BCA Junior National Championships that summer.  After that, he placed in the top 3 for 4 years in a row and represented the USA in the Junior world championships with great honor.














Brendan was a great young man and champion who very sadly passed away a year ago in a tragic car accident at 21 years of age, along with his brother Jeff who was 24, both are greatly missed by their family and all who knew them.

The “Brendan Crockett Character Award” is now presented to a deserving junior player each year at the BEF Junior Nationals.  Click on the link to learn more.

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