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Help Picking a Pool Cue

Help Picking a Pool Cue

I need help picking a pool cue. I am curious about your opinions on what cues you have had the best experience with in the $150 range.

I see quite a few options, but I am not sure which route to go.

I would even consider a gently used one if it would allow me to get a slightly better cue. Any thoughts?

Help Picking a Pool Cue

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  1. wrmcmahan12billiardsforum on 9/11/2018 2:42:14 PM

    There are so many quality cues out there today it's hard to give any advice based on the little info you gave.

    Shafts are probably just as big a deal as the cue itself, and there are a million options there as well.

    The most common advice you'll get when it comes to choosing a pool cue:

    1. It all boils down to personal preference.
    2. Get out there to a pool cue shop and try a bunch. You'll quickly get a feel for the brands and shafts that feel the best to you.
    3. What feels good to one player may not feel good to another.

    You see the theme in my advice?

    I will share this article from 2008 from a reputable fellow. He compiled a bunch of industry expert's opinions on all of the major brands of pool cues.

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Help Picking a Pool Cue

  • Title: Help Picking a Pool Cue
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  • Published: 9/11/2018 4:39:06 AM
  • Last Updated: 9/11/2018 2:42:56 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)