ENR-438 - Pocket Billiards

Acquire the fundamentals of pocket billiards, with a long history dating back to the 15th century in northern Europe. The game was once the sport of kings and queens that started out as a lawn game and then moved indoors to a wooden table with green cloth to simulate grass. Students are introduced to the basic concepts of pocket billiards, winning strategies, cue ball control and the techniques of shot making. The course helps to develop self-confidence and the skills to become a better player and is designed to be informative, inspiring and enjoyable. Ladies welcomed. Maximum enrollment: 12 students. A $72 table fee payable to the instructor is due at first class. Instructor: Stephen Brown.
Academic Level
Continuing Education Level
Subject
Enrichment
Department
Continuing Ed - Open Classes
Credits
Not Available
Prerequisites
None
Corequisites
None
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