Scott Lee is regarded as one of the most sought
after "stroke" instructors in the United States. Students
from all over the country, and even around the world, seek out
his expertise in communicating, and teaching, the simplicity of
a finely-tuned stroke. The critical definition of the stroke, is
a "beautiful, forward, throwing motion!" Mechanics, fundamental
technique, and timing, all come together to create a 'perfect'
swing through the cue ball. Mr. Lee believes that the essence of
an excellent swing, is the cornerstone for quick and permanent
improvement in your pool game, and as such, devotes significant
time and effort in developing the understanding and execution of
potential student's strokes. After that, students learn that their
personal level of consistent play improves almost immediately,
with some disciplined practice. A side benefit is that they experience
less drastic ups and downs in their actual play, and develop more
of an almost 'subconscious' ability to consistently stroke the
cue ball accurately, time after time. A student with a 'perfect'
stroke can then learn the subtle nuances of how to play a particular
game, much more easily.
Working with all ability players, from beginner
to professional, Mr. Lee guarantees that every student, regardless
of ability, will
come away with a better understanding of their own proficiency,
and how to achieve a better balance between the mental and physical
parts of their game, for a seamless, smooth, repeatable and sustainable
stroke. Lee also teaches every other aspect of improving your pool
game, regardless of what game(s) you prefer to play.
Although priced higher than some, and less than
others, Scott Lee makes this guarantee to every potential student: "I am highly
confidant in my skill as an effective teacher! If you're skeptical,
invest a minimum of two hours of your time with me. If, at the
end of two hours, you're not completely satisfied, we'll shake
hands, and there will be no charge for the lesson."
Available for private and group instruction. All abilities, beginner
to expert. Videotape analysis available with two hours, or more.
$75/hr. or $500/day
(includes 6 hrs of personalized videotape analysis).
(maximum of 6 students): $225/hr. (minimum 2 hrs.), or $1000/day
(minimum 8 hrs., with 6 hrs. of videotaped analysis).
Group rate: $375/hr. (minimum 2 hrs.; any size group)