Precision is the main ingredient if you want a billiard cue stick that will give you excellence and a great performance. In this game of accuracy, it is just right that you also provide the perfect billiard supplies for a faultless game and perfection is what should define your cue stick.
High quality billiard cue sticks are normally made from a hardwood material like maple but some use other expensive materials with attractive patterns and as you can deduce correctly, they can be costly. The less costly ones are made out of cheaper pine or maple and other low standard wood.
Somewhat similar to golf, a billiard player regularly needs to use two or even more during a game, using lighter ones preferably for the opening break and the switching to another billiard cue stick for those jump shots. Cue sticks made from wood normally comes from maple and rose as well as ash, all hardwood and very durable and handy, with no synthetic coverings in the shaft, ideally used for pool. There is also the Irish linen cues made from cherry, maple or ebony and they are wrapped in polished, double pressed Irish linen wraps. The nylon covered cue sticks are also from hardwood like maple and ash and wrapped in nylon to make it more durable.
As previously said an excellent made cue stick can be quite expensive and if you’re an amateur in the game it is prudent to start at a much lower price range but you still have several choices and once you are getting better you can slowly progress the quality of your cue stick.
When choosing your cue stick, whether it’s expensive or costs less you sold choose one that you are comfortable and happy with. it is recommended of course that you try it out for a little bit before making a purchase.