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We love to hear how our students are doing after they attend our bowling program.  Please take the time to tell us your success stories. Many of our graduates have gone on to have great success.  Among those students we celebrate Kelly Kulick, Patrick Allen, and many others who have reached the top of college, youth and Professional rankings. Please take the time to tell us your success stories to  info@ritgerbowlingcamp.com

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I wanted to tell you the two girls have been telling EVERYONE about camp. Both girls did amazing this past season, Taylor made 1st team All Bergen County and Kaitlin made All Bergen County team 3 (not bad for only bowling a little over a year)!  They cannot wait to come back to camp this summer!

- Joanne P, Hackensack, NJ March 2011

Jeffrey Chin wrote, "Just wanted to let you know that I won my first tournament victory, Singles in the South Jersey Senior Championship. I shot 220, 276, 221 – 717 scratch, 834 with handicap. Thanks to all of the instructors that worked with me last summer."

- Jeffrey C. from Edison, NJ

January 2011: I was recently in the North New Jersey Singles Classic and WON the tournament; due to a few adjustment tips that I learned at the Ritger Bowling Camp in 2009. Thanks to everyone at the camp for helping me!

- Ben Schuckman, Graduate of Ritger 2009

We are very excited to report that four of my athletes on my High School bowling team have signed with colleges to bowl during the next four years! The packages for them total over $200,000!  Not a bad way to go to college and have some one else pay for it as you earn an education! Congratulations to Homer and his kids!  

Dick Ritger Bowling Camp went to in Jamestown in 2010!  Thanks to Homer and all of his efforts!

- Homer Delk; Jamestown, TN

I attended your June 2012 Dick Ritger in Rockford, Illinois.
I had a great time, the coaches were all very nice (and patient).
But most importantly, my scores have EXPLODED since returning home.
I finished the 2011-12 winter season with a 205 average. I will finish the season somewhere around a 218 average.

Didn't bowl a 700 series all year.
This season has been phenomenal. 13 700 series, a 297 and a 300 game!
It doesn't matter what your average is, or how good you THINK you are, there's always something to be learned and improved upon.

Thank you so much to my camp coaches, they were all wonderful.
I look forward to attending the repeat class in the future.


- Keith Thomas - Rockford, IL Program 2012