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Tom Blasco is one of Bowler Journal's Top 100 Coaches, a Touring Senior PBA member and is also the owner and operator of Bowler's Corner in Satellite Beach, FL. Tom offers Expert Bowling Tips primarily geared to advanced bowlers and other bowling coaches but are also useful to amateur bowlers. See all of Tom Blasco's Tips »
Jeff Piroozshad is a PBA member. Formerly was the Director of Tournaments and Technology for USA Bowling/Team USA. While he was a student at the University of Miami School of Law he was named the 2000 Collegiate Bowler of the Year and was coach of the University of Miami's Bowling Team. Jeff is also a Level 3 Instructor for Dick Ritger Bowling Camps. Apply Jeff's Expert Bowling Tips to your game and watch it improve! See all of Jeff Piroozshad's Tips »
George Freeman wandered into a chat one day, and we've been abusing, errr, making use of his talents ever since. A member of the PBA Southern Region, George is still a student of the game. His clear, concise tips can help beginners and veterans alike. See all of George Freeman's Tips »
Robert Knight comes to us frequently from all the way across the Atlantic Ocean. Robert lives in England and is British Tenpin Bowling Association Phase III Coach. He will provide an unique insight in to how the sport differs between the two sides of the Atlantic. See all of Robert Knight's Tips »
Rick Benoit can be found at any PBA Tour stop coaching players as a Tour Rep. He becomes a second pair of eyes, watching the lanes, finding the best angle of attack. Rick's provides insight on the lanes and how the players to find that line. See all of Rick Benoit's Tips »