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Manager: Barry Plant
Member of State Coaching Panel 1996 to 2007
Level 3 Accredited Coach
Phone/Fax : (02) 9750 4123
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Barry Plant, creator & Designer of ABP Coaching Aids, has been developing Coaching Aids for Lawn Bowls over a period of 20 years and are now manufactured from the highest quality material which is specially designed for perfection, particularly the outstanding feature that, “ the bowl passes over or through its target without any deflections or influences on its course. “
ABP Coaching Aids are also designed for Synthetic Greens, both inside and outside surfaces with a great variety of colour schemes and designs for both bowl and jack including all types of aids.
The Patented designs incorporate the Basic, Advanced and High Performance training for both coach and player with theory matter available.
Barry Plant’s qualifications:
- Accredited National Level 3 Coach
- International Coach
- Ex-member of NSWBA State Coaching Committee of 15 years
- Ex-chairman of NSW Zone 12 Coaching Committee for 16 years
All Coaching Aids are designed to be placed on the greens playing surface and become static throughout your training or practice routines. This saves the reconstruction of the head once the target has been hit and also allows more concentration and time saving.
Coaching Aids provide the opportunity to repeat shot practice at your own leisure developing accuracy and expertise in all shots.
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This site was last updated 11th September, 2017