TipofDayEwa told us how to use the Ninety-Degree Forearm-to-Cue to check your stroke in one of her monthly P&B Instructional features: “Hitting with a level cue is very important. All kinds of nasty stuff can happen when you elevate the back end of your cue… When stroking with a pendulum motion there is a point at the bottom of that motion when your back hand isn’t moving either up or down. It’s the low point, the moment when your cue is at its most level. At that point your forearm should be straight up and down (ninety degrees to the cue) and the cue tip should be almost touching the cue ball… What does this give you? Well, as level a cue as possible.”

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HOT TIP: Ninety-Degree Forearm-to-Cue

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