Randomly shooting would be better. Get used to applying sides and feeling the deflection, swerve and throw. No aiming system can account for this "feel".What would be better? Just randomly picking out where to hit the OB to make it and learn from that, or being told exactly where to hit the OB and learn from that.
It's working great for us!Systems have their place, and they ALL work in some way or another. Same as instinctive shooting. Being intelligent enough to use both is where the benefits are maximized.
If the pocket was exactly the size of the ball a bunch of stroking variable would play a much larger role in potting a ball or not but they are close to double or larger along with sliding down the side rail leeway on a bunch of them. This is why whether or not a certain fraction hit aiming spot is an exact science or not is moot. It's close enough to take to the bank.The contact patch on a cb is not infinite. How do you explain miscues? Half ball etc are COMMON aim points. Yes, you have to adjust based on feel, but there are angles that come up most often and you can make most shots just using those points. Ever see a rempe training ball? There are points to place your tip. Most people need a visual aid to imprint in their minds.
If you play by feel only, that's OK. Other established methods are not bullsh it just because you don't use them.
And none of them are exact. "Feel" is always needed, even to recognize when one of the system's "system angles" is right on.This is why whether or not a certain fraction hit aiming spot is an exact science or not is moot. It's close enough to take to the bank.