Pool Cue Guide Shares Advice For Beginners On Finding The Right Pool Cue

January 13, 2020
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Chicago, Illinois based company Pool Cue Guide is reaching out to the wider community to announce that they have recently published a blog post that explains how beginners can find a pool cue that suits them. The company is dedicated to educating newcomers, beginners, and experts on a variety of pool cues.

Martin Brauser, a representative for Pool Cue Guide, says, “It’s understandable that most newcomers to pool are confused when it comes to choosing a good pool cue. However, what they don’t quite understand is that your main focus should be getting the ‘right’ pool cue. Why? The answer is simple: not every good pool cue is necessarily the right one for a beginner. If you are a beginner, what you need is a cue that is durable, easy to handle, straight, and of accurate size. That’s what you need to keep in mind.”

In the blog post, the company explains further. Speaking about the material of the pool cue, Pool Cue Guide says that the focus should be on finding durable material. According to the company, maple cues are the ones that most often tend to be the most durable for beginners to the sport. Since beginners will likely be practicing often, having a durable cue is critical.

The post continues, “When it comes to accurate size, three things that need to be considered are the length, weight, and straight design. While the average length is 57 to 59 inches, the average weight of a cue is 18 to 21 ounces. The straighter and smoother the cue, the easier it will be for you to strike the ball. The cue must not have any warping or curves at all. As a beginner, make sure the cue is not too long or too heavy for you to handle.”

According to the company, another aspect to consider is whether the pool cue is one-piece or two-piece. However, the blog post says that while this factor is important, it ultimately comes down to personal preference. For those who travel a lot, a two-piece cue is recommended as it makes transportation easier. However, for those who just play and practice at home or a nearby club, the one-piece cue is good enough.

Something else to consider is that the pool cue has a good balance point. The balance point is the center of gravity of the pool cue and is situated a few inches from the wrap’s end. Pool Cue Guide’s blog post says that better the balance point, the easier it is to handle and make a shot with the cue. The final factor to consider is the tip, and the post says that a softer cue tip made of rubber or leather is a good choice for beginners. The company advises that a starter should consider a tip of 12-13mm. More blog posts and advice on pool cues can be found at the following link: https://poolcueguide.blogspot.com/.

Pool Cue Guide’s representative says, “Our website is the definitive place to find all the top reviews on the best pool and billiards cues. What makes our reviews stand out from all the others is that we are all veteran pool players, who thoroughly test all the pool cues we get our hands on so we can provide an accurate answer as to which brands are the best in the business. In addition to pool cues, we also review many other top billiards accessories and brands. If you have any questions or concerns about pool equipment, let us be your guide.”

Pool Cue Guide also has other posts that look into how to purchase the best pool guides, how to choose a pool cue, finding the best pool cue that is most worth the money, and more. Their website also has a Frequently Asked Questions section that answers common questions online visitors have about pool cues and other pool equipment.

Those who wish to learn more about Pool Cue Guide and the various services they provide can find more information on the company’s website. Additionally, they encourage interested parties to get in touch with Martin Brauser directly via email or phone. In addition to their website, Pool Cue Guide has a Facebook page where they frequently post updates, share pool tips and tricks, and communicate with their community. Further details about the company can also be found at the following link: https://sites.google.com/site/bestpoolcuesintheworld/pool-cues-questions.



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About Pool Cue Guide:

Pool cue guide was born from the love of billiards and playing pool. We are pool players that want you to buy the best equipment and we review the top pool cues and accessories .

Contact Pool Cue Guide:

Martin Brauser
1738 W. Summerdale Avenue, Chicago, IL 60640
905-311-1075

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