The purpose of the guide is to help those who are struggling to make consistent 30 or 40 breaks, advance their game by mastering the key principles of the game.
(PRWeb UK) April 9, 2010
A new online snooker coaching program, featuring professional snooker player Daniel Wells, has officially opened its doors for the first time.
Endorsed by well-known professionals such as Ding Junhui and Peter Ebdon, the guide features a range of video and text tutorials aimed at helping amateurs master the basics of the game.
The founder of the guide, Paul Bryant revealed “The purpose of the guide is to help those who are struggling to make consistent 30 or 40 breaks, advance their game by mastering the key principles of the game. We were lucky enough to be able to get Daniel Wells to not only star in the videos but also to add his own professional advice on what should be included. The end result is that we have one of the most up-to-date and professional snooker guides available.”
If looks are anything to go by then SnookerGuide creates an immediate impact of professionalism. But the professionalism stretches much farther than the website design. The videos were all filmed in high definition at the state of the art World Snooker Academy in Sheffield, the same place rising stars such as Judd Trump and Ding Junhui practice daily.
Each snooker tutorial video is provided through the dedicated members area section of the website, backed up by written explanations and further text tutorials. For those who like a little bit more than just tutorials there are also competitions, reviews, and feature articles updated on a regular basis.
“We wanted to create a guide that gave snooker fans what they deserve, a fresh and informative tutorial program that offers real value for money. Too many guides are charging too much for out-dated information, some are even charging monthly membership fees without ever adding new content. We have taken a different approach by offering high quality, regularly updated material for a once-only fee which is lower than almost every other guide out there.” Added Paul Bryant.
The snooker coaching guide has certainly taken a head on approach to advertising, securing deals with the World Snooker Academy, the Snooker Legends tour and a leading internet discussion forum. If nothing else this shows the commitment of the company to push their brand to the forefront of snooker and help the game to increase its popularity throughout the world.
With the World Championships just around the corner and Barry Hearn’s recent appointment as Chairman of the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association, it seems the arrival of SnookerGuide could not have been timed better.
As work commences to increase the popularity of the game over the coming years, the guide looks sure to be a success as more and more people take up the sport that is seen by many as one of the most difficult games to play.