My wife and I bought a new Brunswick Ashbee table and we dearly love to play.
I am having trouble with my stroke though. Lately as I draw the cue back with my right hand and shoot my right arm wobbles side to side instead of coming straight through the shot. Any tricks to keep my hand steady? This is a recent problem that has not always been happening.
That’s tough to tell without seeing you shoot, but unless it’s a medical issue, my guess would be that you may be holding the cue too tightly, trying to steer the cue on the follow through instead of letting it move freely and smoothly.
Try loosening your grip a bit. Often, when we feel out of control or just off, we tend to tighten to get the sensation of having more control, when the opposite is required.
Best of luck,
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