Master Instructor Ken Tewksbury has retired and turned the Institute over to his long time student (now Master Instructor) Jack.


Hours: By appointment only.
Contact Jack at 603-268-5548 Concord, New Hampshire or
e-mail me at

Hello Everyone,

My name is Ken Tewksbury and I live in Concord. NH. I am a Master level instructor certified by the ACS and World Billiard Instructors Association as Master level, and formerly a BCA master level instructor. I recently became a Master level instructor for the DPM Universal Billiard Instructors Association. In doing your research work to find an instructor you will find that I am the highest rated master level instructor in the complete northeast region of the USA. I currently do not play any longer because the lessons at my school (see web page for pictures of school keep me too busy as I teach seven days per week including evenings. My rating as a player for the BCA was between 9-10, APA a 7, TAP a 7. As a student, you want an instructor who is a high rated player and one who can tailor lessons to fit your particular needs

Private lessons are now available. All lessons are given on pristine Connelly nine-foot tables. One of the best things about the private lessons is that the student can ask more questions in a relaxed atmosphere. I even have students who do not want their competition to know they are working on their pool games. I offer complete private lessons for those who do not want to take a lesson in a bar or pool hall with everyone watching you as you try new things and ask questions. Call or send me an e-mail for available appointment times and pricing of lessons.

You, the student, are very important to me personally. I have taken many hours of lessons myself and I will share some of the main problems that came up for me as you progress. One of the main problems I have seen with other instructors is they do not start you at your current level of play. You should not have to pay for things you already know. What you do want are some lessons that will improve your game today. Here are a couple of mistakes other instructors tend to repeat: Telling the student there is only one way to do something or telling the student to practice 8 hours per day to improve their game.

I will not make those kinds of mistakes with my students - so this is what I do for you. I "test" each student in the first part of the lesson to see his or her current level of play. After I see the student's current level of play I then go forward with the training to the ability of the student at the level that needs the most training and the relationship will begin.

Please review my web site and send me an e-mail or call me for your lesson needs. You will find a section on my web page for "Student Testimonials". I have posted a few comments from my students and will continue to post more as they come in to my school. I look forward to working with you so your game improves as rapidly as possible.