Letters From Our Clients: Read what others have to say about Next Level Bowling.
Date: Jan 15, 2013 10:57 AM EDT
Dear Laurie,"Laurie put together an event at the bowling center I manage and coordinated everything with so much care and detail. Both my customers and I were very impressed with her professionalism and attention to every aspect of the planning and execution. I hope to work again with Laurie in the future. Thanks Laurie! But, most of all thanks for supporting our troops."
January 13, 2013
Date: Jan 13, 2013 5:24 PM EDT
Dr Brian N Blanchette
Date: Oct 22, 2012 11:53 AM EDT
Good morning Laurie,I just wanted to thank you all again. I had a wonderful time at the clinic. I learned alot and will work on the techniques and drills Norm shared so I can improve my game. It really meant the world to me to get to spend that time with a bowling legend. It is something I will share with my sons. Take care.Craig McGill
Date: Oct 1, 2012 8:32 PM EDTDear Laurie,
I want to thank you Mr. Duke and Ms. Nation and Next Level Bowling for such a wonderful day at Robins Lanes, in Warner Robins, Georgia.Our son, Lance, enjoyed himself and learned a lot. He recently bowled a 189 and 208 during a league day that was directly attributable to the coaching and filming we took part in.
Many, many thanks to each of you!
Date: Sep 10, 2012 7:32 PM EDTI wanted to thank you, Norm and Stephanie for the clinic at Robins this past weekend. We had so much fun and I really learned a lot in a short time. Ive been bowling for 50 years and never had one on one instruction so I definitely needed it. Tell Stephanie that I changed my approach, and holding the ball in my left hand and tried it today for three games and my games were very consistant. Thanks again.
Date: Aug 18, 2011 7:54 PM EDTHi, I just wanted to thank you for coming to Manhattan, KS this past week and putting on that clinic. The amount of information I got from it was incredible. Less than a week from it, and I'm already seeing improvements. My approach is now solid, and my balance issues at the line have almost disappeared. With my balance problem gone, all my other problems have been going away too. Spares are much easier to obtain, my ball hits the pocket more consistently, and overall my scores have been better. As league is about to start, my hopes of getting a 200 average are much more obtainable and the expectations of myself will be much higher this year. I am now aiming for an average over 220. That might seem crazy for someone who has taken 3 years off from bowling, and ended his last season with a 180 average, but that's just how much I got out this clinic. Maybe the next time you come to Kansas for a Pro-Am, I'll be on the Pro side of the competition.
Eric Morin, KS
April, 2010Date: April 6, 2010 7:52:29 PM EDTI just wanted to pass along another update. Over the last 10 weeks of league, my average is 220. My overall winter league average is now 202. I was averaging around 193 when I decided to tear down my game and rebuild it using the Tech Tips. I am still working out the kinks and trying to get 100% comfortable, but the improvement is steady and practice is paying off. You all deserve a great deal of credit for my recent success. Thanks again!Randy, Myrtle Beach, SC