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Billiard Stance Tips

Billiard Stance Tips

Written by Matthew West, reproduced with permission.

Billiard Stance Tips

The Pattern of the Number 3 in Billiards:

Three Fundamentals:

  1. Head/Eyes= Aim
  2. Hands/Cue = Stroke
  3. Pelvis = Stability

Three Fundamentals:

  1. Head/Eyes/ guiding Hands/Cue/ over Pelvis into Stance
  2. Head, Eyes, Elbow, Eye-of-Grip, Bridge, Cue, all in Line
  3. Sighting, Stroking, Shooting

The Break

Channel swinging elbow power and body weight transference from right to left foot through the bridge hand / Hit the cue ball with a flat cue / Swing with the elbow in line and a loose grip on the cue, tightening on impact / Hit the dead center of the cue ball at maximum cue speed.

The Head

The head is so important. Your head is where your eyes are. The reason I think people miss most often is not because they fail to cue the ball where they want it but rather that they fail to sight the shot correctly in the first place.

I hope you have enjoyed, please feel free to email me with questions/comments at wesma740@hotmail.com

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Billiard Stance Tips

  • Title: Billiard Stance Tips
  • Author: (Matthew West)
  • Published: 12/14/2006 12:49:43 AM
  • Last Updated: 12/15/2006 12:49:43 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)
  • Source: User Contributed

Billiard Stance Tips

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