Jim Rempe Billiard Training Ball
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- see where to hit the cue ball for spin (English);
- develop a better stroke by teaching a more accurate delivery of your cue stick to the cue ball;
- optimize the rebound angle on ball and cushion for a better position on the next shot.
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Top Customer Reviews
It helps in the beginning so buy it, use it, learn it then sell or give it to a friend. It REALLY improved my game.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It is what it is, but honestly it is a lot for a ball that you only can use in practice. I prefer the red dot ball much better. You really don't need the hash marks to learn. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Dan
Was review for me but the book and ball made a big hit with the newer players on my team and I can see their understanding of English improving much fasterPublished 15 days ago by pez
Purchased this as a gift for my son who plays in a league. He loves it!! Either that, or he is smart enough to know that if he complains about gifts that he is likely not to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
I'd have been better of buying a cue ball with three dots. The instruction manual is absolutely useless. Don't waste your money.Published 9 months ago by Rev. Ralph Brown
The training ball is ok, I used it for the first fifteen minutes then went to the regular cue ball and I haven't used it since. It appears to be overpriced for what you get. Read morePublished 9 months ago by William Schilp