Looks a bit fishy, but who knows.
Does the packaging look old enough to be Buddy's cue?
Sefner is where he lived. He was house pro at a place called Planet 9ball down there. Played a lot at Baker's also.Guy says he's a storage locker buyer and has 400 pieces of crap for sale to prove it.
Can anybody confirm his address at the time?
Update: plenty online to support Buddy living in Seffner, Fl.
So the cue of arguably the best 9 ball player ever is for sale on Ebay!
It already bid up to $1800 since these posts.
Buddy switched cues like most people switch socks. I've seen him play with four different cues in one day. No lie.+Buddy played with a lot of cues
Dennis Glenn has his Balabushka and a total of 11 of his personal cues.
Not that that makes this one worthless
Looks like a nice package of cue case and box
"Personal" cue to Buddy didn't mean much. He got them free and they were all for sale. This is likely a player of his. I know its old but if it was sent to sell it wouldn't have all those shafts. Never seen a case with his name on it. Been around the guy a lot over the years. Cues to him were just a tool. He came to Tulsa once with a Bludworth he said was greatest ever and sold it before he left.I doubt very seriously that this was a “personal” cue of his. Odds are, it was one that he was sent to sell. The case is a neat case. Personally, I think it is way overpriced now. 2 shafts are to a 2nd cue and the case doesn’t have his name on it. Which, I would think, that at that time he would have a case with his name on it. Oh well. I know I am not touching it.