Last night my wife and I grabbed some pizza then it was went out to a hall we hadn't been to yet. Its been fun hopping around Cleveland checking out all the halls. Seems like there is a hall for any kinda mood you might be in. Last night was sort of dissapointing though. We went to Jillian's which is part of chain I guess. The tables were nice and all but $12/hr for time seemd a bit much to the both of us. Anyway we stuck around for a few hours and played some....
some questions I wondered about:
Assuming a standard straight in shot where you have pleanty of room for your "standard" stance, where are your feet planted in relation to the cue and shot?
We both have the occasional tendency where in our follow through where the cue swipes to one side. We figured for her it might be because she was popping up out of her stance through the follow through, but I couldn't nail down what was happening to me. Just not a straight stroke I guess...any ideas?
Also we noticed that she has the nack for just looking at the shot getting down in her stance and taking the shot, doesn't have to think about it much...she sees the line of aim more than she can explain it and that works for her ...
I am the exact opposite always taking a lot of practice strokes to make sure I have everything where I want it to be, but this ends up being a lot of practice strokes and a lot of minor little adjustments. When you first began playing do you remember being able to just get down take your 2 or 3 practice strokes then knock the ball in? Do you think I should try to narrow down what I do preshot or do you think it will just naturally get there and just do what I need to do to get the ball in the pocket for now?
Thanks again for reading and any comments,