Best Pool Training Devices

JB Cases

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Imagine having something you can place on the table that points to where the CB contact patch, where the CB touches the table, needs to be to make the OB go where ever you want, say center pocket.

Babe Cranfield's the Aiming Arrow.

And imagine all the time you spend placing it before shooting. Imagine all the time you spend making sure it's in the right spot. Imagine moving it around the table.

Imagine that you can't use it when you actually play.

Now imagine a method that you can use the same in practice as in play. Can you picture it?
 

randyg

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I can believe these statements alot more than some instructors on here that say to practice 15 minutes and then quit for awhile because thats all you can concentrate.

DCP

Well go hit a thousand balls in a day and get back to us.

randyg
 

sfleinen

14.1 & One Pocket Addict
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Imagine having something you can place on the table that points to where the CB contact patch, where the CB touches the table, needs to be to make the OB go where ever you want, say center pocket.

Babe Cranfield's the Aiming Arrow.

One would think that by now, you would've graduated past training wheels. I guess not. But hey, what do you expect from someone that has topped-out at an APA 5?

Learn to see what the arrow actually is -- a training device to get you on the road to more refined aiming that DOESN'T fulcrum on your ability to see an invisible spot ("contact patch" as you call it) on the cloth -- which is rife with error. Once you graduate past that, you won't be lockjawed on the arrow like a pit bull with tetanus.

-Sean
 
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