Anthony Beeler

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Bradfordsville, KY

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Anthony delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
Ages 5+ and special needs

Teaching since:
1999

EET YOUR COACH:

Anthony Beeler is an instructional columnist for Billiards Buzz, Pool and Billiard Magazine and On the Break News. He is a player representative for McDermott Custom Cues and a 2013, BCA National 9-Ball Champion. In addition, he was recently recognized as the SPM Magazine Billiards Instructor of the Year.

Anthony specializes in both "FACE TO FACE" and "ONLINE" learning options. Learn POOL'S SECRETS in as little as 12 hours, or enroll online at VIRTUAL BILLIARD ACADEMY to take advantage of affordable long term instruction.

Anthony has five top 25 national finishes and is one of only 8 certified ACS Master Instructors in the world. Currently, Anthony has the highest established Fargo Rating (706 playing ability score) of any Master Instructor in the world. He is also the primary author of the ACS National Billiard Instructors Manual. Beeler is also a fully licensed Kentucky teacher with a Master's Degree in Education Leadership. He has worked in public education for 17 years. During that time, he worked as a district administrator for 9 years and as a Virtual Learning Consultant for the Kentucky Department of Education for one year.

Throughout his pool playing career Anthony has won over 300 pool tournaments and has defeated numerous professional players in tournament competition including: 2 time World Champion, Larry “Take it to the Banks” Price, Charlie “Hillbilly” Bryant, Tom “Shorty” D’Alfonso, Louis Ulrich and Shannon Murphy. Beeler also finished in the money at the 2012 Derby City Classic World Bank Pool Championship, going hill-hill against the number one ranked player in the world, Shane Van Boening.

Anthony also finished the Bluegrass BCA 2013-14, 14-15, and 15-16 seasons as the #1 Ranked Player in Kentucky, and is known for establishing the record for most pool tournament victories in one year (62), which was set in 1999.

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