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Thread: Screwing Back : I'm ending up with no back spin when I hit the object ball

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    ahh the pink area is where you can score....

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    Quote Originally Posted by blahblah01 View Post
    I think that it is one thing to practice\develop a good\long follow through which causes the elbow to drop\follow the shot\hand\cue than to practice dropping\pushing the elbow through. The latter causes timing problems, and is something else to think about (grrrrrrr) whereas the former is about the hand\cue going through the shot.
    If you didn't learn originally when you were young to drop the elbow you have to be very careful when you try and develop it as an adult. You have to ensure you don't drop the elbow before the strike as it has a tendency to 'creep up' in the delivery. A good way to counteract that is to ensure you keep the cue on the chest until after the strike but it's still difficult to coorfdinate.
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    Try to imagine you have to hit a second cue ball 9 inch further on from the actual cue ball,as long as you hit 1-2cm below centre you will screw back,then increase acceleration to screw back more distance

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