- Teaches students:
- Females 18 to 65, males 18 to 50 and special needs
- Teaching since:
- May 2012
I was literally raised in a bar. At 8 years old I would get out of Elementary School and go to the bar to meet my parents. Took out trash and stocked beer to get a roll of quarters and hit the tables. Learned from some of the best there are. Have played in leagues such as Team League Texas, Texas 8 Ball Society, APA, BCA and HBOB. Have helped many players along the way become much better players.
Work with homeless people, and those coming out of rehab and prison. Always want to help anyone I can in any way I can. Any time I'm not at work or doing volunteer work I'm on a pool table.
Our goal is to create an action filled environment for the Houston Region. Houston Best of Billiards is a challenge ladder where you challenge players to climb the ladder and accept challenges to defend your current spot. We want to promote a respectful competition with good sportsmanship among players and give players of every skill level the chance to find some action!+ Read More
The American Poolplayers Association (APA) was founded by professional poolplayers and Billiard Hall of Famers Terry Bell and Larry Hubbart in 1979 as the National Pool League, which became the American Poolplayers Association in 1981. The two realized the popularity of the sport, but knew, that different from other sports, there was no existing recreational league system.
Today, the APA, also known as the Canadian Poolplayers Association in Canada and the Japanese Poolplayers Association in Japan, has grown to nearly 250,000 members and boasts more members than all other “national” leagues combined. The League is administered locally by a network of Franchise Operators, called League Operators, and is conducted weekly in a variety of both 8-Ball and 9-Ball team formats. There are nearly 300 APA Leagues throughout the U.S., Canada and Japan.