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Pure Shooting Camp


WARNING: This is only for those who are committed to improving their shooting confidence, accuracy, footwork and range .

 

What Are The Benefits of This Shooting Camp:

How to increase your shooting accuracy with five easy techniques....
How to get your shot off against any defender without using a dribble.
Three PROVEN ways to shoot off a screen....
How to increase your shooting range by 2-3 steps...
How to improve your shooting confidence with our simple but effective shooting routine....
Master this single shooting move and you'll have defenders respect immediately.
PLUS....How to overcome the fear of missing open shots....

How much does it cost?

For a limited time register today for ONLY $225

Camp will be conducted by Professional Trainer Lee Green.

 

Shooting Camp Details:


Dates: June 6th - 8th
 
Cost: For a limited time $225, if you register before June 3rd. Pay $275 if you register after June 3rd.
 
Deadline: June 3rd
 

Gender/Grade: Boys & Girls

Grades 5th - 12th

 
Time: 10:00 - 12:00pm
 
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Location: Swisher Courts

501 East Swisher Rd.,

Lake Dallas, TX 75065

 

Skills: Shooting Confidence, Shooting Accuracy

Shooting Range and Shooting off the dribble.

 
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Read what others have to say...
 
"My son had a very good experience at the Pure Shooting Camp - the attention to form, the repetition, the variety of shooting drills and the positive reinforcement meshed together for a positive experience and improved shooting skills."
 

 

"Olivia had a great time at camp and feels it helped her shot tremendously. This improvement hopefully will help her confidence."

 
 

 "I was impressed with the professionalism and quality of instruction and my son was thrilled with the results! Thank you."

Getting Results!!!

Just to name a few Players who have benefited from the training….

  • Cheree Kiser played at a 1A High School and ended up receiving a FULL College Scholarship to play basketball at Southeastern Oklahoma University.
  • Ali Goodwin got little playing time her senior year of high school. She was able to get a scholarship to play college basketball and made ALL CONFERENCE TEAM as a FRESHMAN.
  • Je’Naya Brown received a college scholarship to play at Hamlin University in Minnesota.
  • Kim Strelke made her high school VARSITY team as a freshman.
  • Taylor Jones started playing competitive basketball around the 7th grade. She made her VARSITY team as a freshman and was named NEWCOMER of the YEAR as a freshman in.
  • Montrice Santee received a basketball scholarship to play college basketball at Kansas Wesleyan University. Made ALL CONFERENCE TEAM.
  • Brooke Rhodes played at 1A school never got much recognition in high schol, but still manage to receive a full athletic scholarship to Central Christian College in Kansas.
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