1510 E. Bitters Road
San Antonio, TX
- 15 spots
Open Hitting$ 40.00
Join us for Open Hitting and get extra swings off live pitching from our coaches! All ages and skill levels welcome; hitters and slappers.
Either Coach Cook or Coach Rogers will be at our hitting sessions.
How is Open Hitting different from a Hitting Clinic?
At our Hitting Clinics we spend most our time breaking down the swing with drills and front toss, then finish with one or two rounds of live pitching—if time allows. During Open Hitting sessions our focus is to get everyone more swings off live pitching. We'll start with one round of warm-ups, then spend the rest of the session hitting live. Instruction will be kept to a minimum (no walk through or demos, but one-on-one while hitting).
Is Open Hitting for softball only?
Nope! Our coaches can throw baseball batting practice, too, and we usually have a group of boys at all of our hitting events.
* If our morning session fills up we may open an afternoon session.
Contact Coach Cook at 210-268-7658 with questions.
Who will be there?
Former Division I Head Coach
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“All the coaches there are awesome. I love it when the session is done that they don't try to rush you out they will stay and talk to you about any questions or concerns that you or your daughter have. My daughter loves it there. Thanks Coach Cook.”
— Veronica Obregon Torres on March 13, 2017
“My daughter has really enjoyed the lessons here!! I really like how they they challenge the girls to become the expert on their swing!”
— Jason McGhee on March 12, 2017
“My daughter had a great time and learned so much!”
— Marcella Chaires on March 5, 2017
“My daughter loved her first time there, and she can't wait to go back.”
— Roger Santos on December 8, 2016
“Great place for some one-on-one instruction no matter how good you are or think you are. Coach Cook, Courtney and selected guests break down hitting to any level. Many times you may be teaching the same stuff but it sinks in better when you hear it from someone else. Great system.”
— Robert Wiles on December 23, 2016