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10-19-2019, 08:25 AM

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i have never used that training ball so i have no comment
there is a training ball that is clear with a red dot at its very center (core)
i could not find a link
that ball was very useful to me to learn how to jump
because it helped me visualize hitting thru the core of the ball
Donít you know that every cue ball has that red dot at the core?
....for most cue balls, visibility is a problem though.


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