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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

Our Success Stories

I got a call from Scott A. He attended with his two kids the camp in Las Vegas in August. His daughter (130 average) just shot her first 200 game...his son (148 average) shot his highest game ever in practice of 234...and Scott (218 average) is shooting 700 series more often than not.

They were very happy. Thank you for everything; the camp was well worth it.  Easy to register, nice office staff, and kept us up to date.  

- Scott A. , California

Father of Dan Elwell, informed us that Dan is the Washington State Champion for HS Boys Bowling! What a feat, the four day program really helped! He had to bowl 8 games, the top 5 qualifiers would move to the finals. Dan bowled an average of 265 during qualifying, and 242 in the finals! He also told us that another Ritger graduate, Ali Riecke, won second place for the girls! Thanks for helping make them Champions!

- Dennis Elwell- Ferndale, WA - March 2010

On February 15, 2011.. Victor Branciforti, a senior of Yorktown High School, Yorktown Heights, NY, bowled, his first ever, 300 game during the Section 1 Championships to qualify for the State Championships held in Syracuse this past weekend. Victor attributed his success of bowling a 300 to attending two consecutive years of camp at the Dick Ritger Bowling Camps. He is looking forward for his threepeat appearance at camp this year with the great friends he has made over the past two years. Thank you for helping Victor accomplish his life's wish of a 300, now he's looking forward to that 800 series with your help.

- Theresa Branciforti - Yorktown Heights, NY March 2011


Recently, I completed your four day bowling camp, conducted at the Cardinal Ale House and Bowling Center in Columbus, WI. There were three instructors at this program. Except for me, all of the students were under the age of 18. I am 69. I want to let you know that this was a terrific four days for me. Your instructors were top notch, very good at presenting their material and then backing it up with coaching. Right from the start, with the video of each of us with our "coming in" skills down to the student friendly graduation ceremony, this camp was very well organized and presented. The hand out material is a good reminder of the lessons presented as well as an excellent reference for refreshing what we learned. This camp was not what I was expecting - it was so much more. It was mentally as well as physically (at least for me) challenging and well worth the time I spent there. I can already tell that my skills have improved and I can't wait to use them in league play starting this September. Your organization, in particular your three instructors, are commended for proving that you can teach an old dog some new 'tricks'. Thanks for a very instructive, interesting, challenging, and fun four days.

Please note: Mr. Dilley traveled 2 hours to get to the program!


- Michael F. Dilley - De Pere, Wi

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