Answers to frequently-asked questions (FAQs) about how to hold or grip a pool cue properly. Answers to frequently-asked questions (FAQs) about how to hold or grip a pool cue properly. Home. FAQ Encyclopedia; Normal Video (NV) High-Speed Video (HSV)
Want to know how to hold a pool stick? Let's clear that up for you with some basic tips on hand placement, grip and your bridge. Beginner pool players usually don't want to waste precious time worrying about how to hold a pool stick.
The product description claims to be both "waterproof" and "water resistant" with a money back guarantee. I would say you don't have much to lose by trying it underwater. Remember, if you are using this in a pool, it also has to resist the pool chemicals, in that case, I would probably call the manufacturer and ask.
The E-Grip fits into the side pocket of most pool cue cases. Best of all, once your E-Grip is in place at the pool hall, you can hang your cue case from the E-Grip's screw hook!
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Having a finesse playing style and grip is the best approach. A loose grip will allow you to let the pool stick travel naturally without swerving in different directions. It can help prevent what I call the "chicken wing" where you grip and stroke goes sideways. Trust me, everything will work better if you have a loose grip.