LEARN THE "ABC" OF BOWLING WITH AMLETO AND BOB'S COACHING
Two champions who came to help you become a champion!
Using Life Experience, Passion, and Advanced Coaching Strategies to grow the sport of Bowling!
Amleto Monacelli and Bob Learn Jr. have been great friends for over 30 years and during that time have been seen on TV by millions of bowling fans. Their shared passion for the sport has brought them together here at Bowling Revolutions! Their vision is to bring opportunities to those who are interested in taking their bowling game to the highest level, they will travel all over the world, hosting clinics to teach all aspects of the sport, they will also offer personal one on one instruction for bowlers at any level.
Meet our Coaches
About Amleto Monacelli
Amleto Monacelli (born August 27, 1961) from Barquisimeto, Venezuela, is a ten-pin bowler and winner of 19 titles on the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour.
Monacelli joined the PBA in 1982, and he won his first tour event in the 1987 Japan Cup. Amleto's style typified that of the modernizing game of bowling, as he was one of the first bowlers to successfully use the powerful cranker-style release.
In the 1989 season he won four titles, including the Touring Players Championship, on his way to winning the Harry Smith Points Leader and PBA Player of the Year awards.
This marked the first time an international player had won PBA Player of the Year honors. (In 2004, Mika Koivuniemi of Finland became the second international player to earn this distinction.) Monacelli repeated as Player of the Year in 1990, a year in which he also won the George Young High Average award.
About Bob Learn Jr.
Bob Learn, Jr. (born April 11th 1962) is a former professional ten-pin bowler on the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour. He is nicknamed, "Mr. 300." He won five titles during his PBA career, including a major at the 1999 U.S. Open. but is most noted for rolling the PBA's 10th televised 300 game in the opening match of the final round at the PBA Flagship Open. The event was held in Learn's hometown of Erie, PA on April 6, 1996 an also for setting the all-time PBA record for total pins in a four-game TV final at the same event.
Learn shot games of 300, 270, 280 and 279 for a total of 1,129. This shattered the previous PBA record of 1,070 pins, set in 1995 by David Ozio. In the four matches, Learn recorded 44 of a possible 48 strikes. Learn's final PBA title came in 2001 at the Dydo Japan Cup.
Juego Físico / Movimiento de la bola y Trabajo en Pistas
31 de Marzo y 1ro de Abril
11:00 a.m. - 16:00 p.m.
Plaza Gigante Tangamanga Local 31 D-4
Learning the Modern Game
15:00 pm. - 19:00 p.m.
999 Conklin St. Farmingdale, NY 11735