AzB Silver Member
There's only one thing wrong with that plan... I have a wife!Look on the bright side of all that work. You will have enough money to visit Bob or Randyg for an up close and in person instruction.
In-person lessons are probably the best instruction that you can have. But I thought this was the best option for me. I can work at my own pace, and I have a year to complete the course.
In-person lessons are three times the cost, you only get about 15 hours ( give or take) worth of instruction, and once you're gone you're on your own with no support. I considered going to the National billiard Academy in Columbus Ohio, but it's 90 miles away from me, and I would have to add the cost to hotel and food and everything else to the bill. I just can't afford that. I wish I could afford to take his three-day intensive.
In-person instruction would be more intense, but I feel the virtual course is the right thing for me. And I was improving. Now if I can just get out of this damn work thing.