Cue picking method: club hard and soft choice
The hardness of the cue stick wood has an effect on the play of the game, hardness and elasticity are not directly proportional. So when selecting a cue stick, you need to determine the softness of the club according to your personal playing habits. So, what should we choose? This article will be described in detail.
Hardness is related to the fiber structure of the wood itself. The tighter the fiber structure, the greater the hardness of the wood. Hardness is not proportional to elasticity, and wood with high hardness may not be elastic, and wood with low hardness may not be elastic.
2. Instant offset concept
The so-called momentary offset is when the cue ball is given a strong blow and the strong plug is given, the cue ball does not run in the direction of the parallel line with the club, but it will shift due to the relationship between the clog and the left right cuff. On the contrary, it is on the right side. The softness and hardness of the club's anterior branch are closely related to the instantaneous deflection. The harder the wood on the front branch is, the larger the offset is, and vice versa. Instantaneous offset concept description: The soft wood club has a small instantaneous offset when it is plugged, so it is easy to grasp. But most of the masters like to use high hardness clubs, because the instantaneous offset is just used to take the place.
3. How to choose soft and hard clubs?
The wooden soft club has good stoppering effect; the momentary offset is relatively small, and the cue ball is easy to control; the shortcoming is that if the strong shot hits the long distance ball, it will be unstable because the front branch has more instantaneous deformation. Harder clubs have worse plug strength, lower plug offsets, and the cue ball is not easy to control, but wins at a high degree of accuracy (easy to hit the target ball). The softness and hardness of the club should be moderate, and the appropriate hardness should be selected according to the personal playing habits. If you are a power player, you should choose a hard forefoot when selecting the club; if you are a delicate player, you should choose a soft forelimb.
Tips: When the club maker chooses to deal with the forelimbs, he or she often drenches the medicine to make the forelimb stiffer. However, the toughness of such forelimb wood will decrease, and the wood hardness will decrease after a certain period of time. Suggest that you buy clubs that don't use syrup