View Full Version : Practice Drills

07-05-2006, 10:38 AM
Hello Jen
Just wondering if anyone as got any good practice drills for me? At the moment i am practicing like mad but i am losing concentration because i am doing the same thing over and over again so any tips would be fantastic.
My game has improved loads and i am thinking about coming over maybe next year,

so if anyone has any good drills i would be grateful
have you got any plans for another rileys tour?
Thank you

07-07-2006, 07:49 PM
Bee: The best practice drill I have ever done is the one the Jim Rempe recommends....

Scatter all of the balls evenly on the table but none closer than 5" from any rail. Place the cueball anywhere on the table and shoot them all in without hitting a rail. If you hit a rail start over. You should be able to run out 50/% or better. Jim Rempe recommends doing this continuously for two hours a day for two weeks. IT WORKS!

07-15-2006, 09:51 AM
The best way to practice is to find a reputiable teacher in your area. They can show you what your doing wrong, and help you get that out of your game. The learning curve greatly increases this way. Also they will have several practice drills that you can take from it. If you want to know of any schools near you then contact Randy G. www.poolschool.info (http://www.poolschool.info)

He could probably tell you of instructors or schools in your area.

07-18-2006, 08:43 AM
Hey Bee,

I posted a few really good drills to work on a few months ago in the "Hi Jennifer" thread. Here is the link...good luck! Also, no word from Riley's yet this year!

drills (http://forums.azbilliards.com/showthread.php?t=27325&highlight=drills)