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Head position behind joint? - 08-17-2019, 12:51 PM

Relative to the stick being on the shot line directly behind the cue ball, should the head position always be a little behind the joint on the cue? Ive been trying to stick to this during my last session and noticed i was creeping forward over the joint on certain angle shots. It feels a little better to me, so what are everyone’s thoughts on this?
  
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08-17-2019, 02:48 PM

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Relative to the stick being on the shot line directly behind the cue ball, should the head position always be a little behind the joint on the cue? Ive been trying to stick to this during my last session and noticed i was creeping forward over the joint on certain angle shots. It feels a little better to me, so what are everyone’s thoughts on this?
It's different for everyone. It depends on how tall you are, what your arm span is and what your bridge length is for any given shot that you're shooting. So even if your arm span puts your head behind the joint, it still should change as you adjust your bridge length for various types of shots.
  
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