Pool Cue Cases: Getting the Right One

Most serious, money making, game loving pool players will only play the game with their own pool cue sticks that are contained in their own personal pool cue cases. This might seem a bit much for the person who is on the outside looking in. But, this is the type of action that one would expect from the bowler who has his own bowling ball and bag. Or, how about the tennis play who has her own tennis racket and case? For serious sports lovers, they just want to have their own equipment. As a serious pool player, it is important that a little research is done for pool cue sticks and cases in order to determine which will help to master the game of pool.

The Right Feel

Chances are, most people start looking at cue sticks and cue cases because they are a serious about the game of pool and got tired of using the ones supplied at the local hall or game room. In addition, they probably got tired of using different ones because they made the game different each time. Go to any pool hall and there will be good and crappy cue sticks, probably without the cases because they are far from new. Even if one happens to find a good cue stick, there is no guarantee that it can be used for each game. Why? This is because everyone else is using the same one. So, in order to have the same feel and luck each and every time one plays the game of pool, it is time to start researching pool cue sticks and cue cases.

The Right Materials

Make sure that all equipment is made with the best materials. For instance, look at cases that have the best protection for the cue stick. The cheaper and softer cases are normally made from leathers and will only keep the pool cue from getting scratched. This would be fine if one was only playing in the neighborhood and did not travel much.

However, for the travelling pool player who moves around to different pool halls, more protection is needed. Look for pool cue cases that have harder materials such as metal or wood. One will not have to worry about too much damage being done to the cue stick. Also, there are cue cases that offer comfort in the form of shoulder straps, which will make them easier to transport.

The Right Price

The bottom line is that they can range from a few dollars to close to a thousand dollars for serious pool players. The price depends on the love of the game, the purpose and the amount that each person is willing to pay. Quite naturally, for the person on the go, look at cue cases that offer plenty of protection, which will cost more than just the case that protects the regular sticks at the local pool hall. In addition, little details such as colored leathers and engraved initials on the case will cost much more money. All in all, research pool cue sticks and cue cases that feel right and have the right materials.


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