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01-25-2018, 06:34 PM

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Out of curiosity, I waited two hours to see if I could improve a little or did everything go out the window? Well I am happy and maybe I finally am getting a handle on this thing. Nate was right, one can get a straight hit with a pendulum stroke. I was getting skeptical.
I'm glad I could help.

Some advice. I've found that competition is by far the most effective event that locks in all of those epiphanies that you've recently experienced. Play a tournament or a friend in a full length game, and come away from it thinking about how it felt, win or lose.


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05-25-2018, 07:00 PM

The only problem I have had is that the straightness doesn't work when putting draw on the cueball or at least I can't figure it out. But other than that I can do pretty good.
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That is awesome!


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05-26-2018, 08:35 AM

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The only problem I have had is that the straightness doesn't work when putting draw on the cueball or at least I can't figure it out. But other than that I can do pretty good.
Solid stroke.

The straightness does work for draw. Digicue has no idea if you are putting any english on the cue ball or not. I have been working through that as well. I found I drop my elbow before contact when using draw. This makes the tip dip or rise when coming forward.

Try some slow draw shots focusing on keeping the cue tip on the same path it was on in your backstroke. Then build up speed.
  
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