Welcome to Southwest Montana APA!
Good Luck in Las Vegas!
APA National Team Championships take place
August 13 - 22, 2015!
9-Ball Team Championship National Finalist:
"Defectors II" - Captain Skip Hoveland, players: David Lester, Missy Warren, Frank Kincl III, Zach Kozak, Don Turpin, Connie Little.
8-Ball Team Championship National Finalist:
"Just Stroakin'" - Captain Nate Zerr, players: Kaylee Zerr, Dan Hamper, Nate Whitsel, Wendy Nelson, Mike Young, Anita Fouch, Dave Scharf.
Masters Team Championship National Finalist:
"Frank & Beans" - Players: Frank Kincl III, Dan Hamper, Richard Little, Chris Gleed.
Jack & Jill Doubles Team Championship National Finalist:
"Racked & Loaded" - Louise Ross and Paul Nagel
APA National Online Member Services
Request your APA Online Member ID today! Click on the APA Logo at the top right of this page and register for your personal APA ID. You can now pay your membership dues online!!
If you are a player who wants to join the League, please call us today! There are always teams who need an extra player or two. It does not matter what skill level you are - you just need to call!! 442-0014
We Need You!
If you want to start playing league pool, the APA is where to do it! New sessions are always starting up, and teams are looking for very beginner players to add to their rosters. Call us today - we play 8-Ball and 9-Ball in a handicapped format, and it's tournament-style pool every week! Call or email us, and we'll get you where you need to be! Becky Zapata 431-8328 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This is head's up pool! No skill levels. You don't need to play in any other format in APA to play the Masters League.
Race to 7 playing both 8-Ball and 9-Ball. US Amateur rules are followed.
If you are interested in playing in the Masters Division,
call us today!
442-0014 or 459-3108
If you need to reach us, you can email us at
The APA is the world's largest amateur pool league with more than 250,000 members competing in 8-Ball and 9-Ball Leagues throughout North America.
It's all about having fun, meeting new people and playing pool!
The equalizer handicap system is used to determine the amount of games a player has to win in order to capture the match. It allows a novice to win less games (8-Ball), or pocket less balls (9-Ball) than a more skilled opponent to win the match. It creates a greater level of competition for the higher skilled player by leveling the playing field for the novice player.
There are trophies to be displayed, patches to sew, cash to be won, and trips to Las Vegas, all at your fingertips! Aside from regular league play, there are lots of additional tournaments available to active members only. Check out the Events & Tournaments/Current Events link for more information.
"No other organization in pool gives ordinary players a chance to win a share of nearly $1.5 MILLION guaranteed cash and prizes paid out through its national tournaments."
-APA National Website
Contact your League Office to JOIN TODAY!