Over the last several decades, one of the most frustrating problems facing bowlers who arelooking to get better at the sport has been the lack of a simple, universally accepted system thatworks for everyone.Enter Mark Baker and his revolutionary approach to coaching -- an approach that has madehim the most sought-after bowling coach in the world. In this book, Baker reveals entirely newand simple ways to illustrate the kinds of things that can immediately improve a bowler's scoreswithout completely reinventing the bowler's own unique style.Using empirical evidence illustrated by common traits that the vast majority of Hall-of-Fame-caliber bowlers possess, Baker convincingly (and humorously) explains what it takes toimprove your bowling scores by making small, easy-to-adopt changes within the structure ofyour own, natural game. The Game Changer truly is a game changer when it comes tothe way bowlers and bowling coaches will approach bowling improvement for the foreseeablefuture. About the Author About the AuthorMark Baker has been active in the sport of bowling for more than thirty years, as acompetitor, as a salesperson and, now, as an instructor. Turning pro in 1982, Mark enjoyed avery successful bowling career, earning four PBA National Tour titles and appearing on televisionas a top-five finalist on more than two dozen occasions. In the mid 1980s he established himselfas one of the premier players in the world, earning the "George Young High Average Award" in1985 and a selection to the prestigious Bowlers Journal All-American First Team.Mark's professional bowling career was shortened due to a serious back injury, but hisbowling exploits earned him inductions into both the Orange County and Southern CaliforniaBowling Halls of Fame.While working as the Southern California sales manager for Cal Bowling Supply, Markexpanded his coaching business, rapidly growing his private clientele and developing "CampBakes" -- which is now considered one of the premier bowling camps in the world.For his achievements in coaching, Mark has been named one of the "Top 100 Coaches in the United States" by Bowlers Journal International magazine on three separate occasions. He also coaches several of the top bowlers on the PBA Tour, including PBA Players of the YearChris Barnes, Tommy Jones, and Mika Koivuniemi; three-time PBA Tournament of Champions winner Jason Couch; 2009 U.S. Open Champion Bill O'Neill; and 2012 USBC Masters Champion Mike Fagan. Mark currently lives in Yorba Linda, California, with his wife, Shannon, and son, Gage.
Where have you been all my life
This is a great book. I love the fact that it addresses the success of bowlers with different styles of bowling, instead of trying to make you bowl a particular way. It addresses the causes of poor mechanics and not just the symptoms. Thanks Mark
This book is a must read for any bowler wanting to improve there game.
The game changer
Read it ..... The next night I shot 300-774! This book is the real deal