All New Cue Finder! What the best snooker cue for beginner/Intermediate/Expert Snooker Players?
Introducing our new guide to find out whats the best snooker cue for you to buy for your level.
Whether you are just starting out in the game, been playing regularly for a while or are part of a snooker team, use this guide to find the best snooker for YOU.
To decide which cue to pick, firstly choose what level you are at and then look at the cue section for that level.
Beginner level – Should be obvious if you are at this level. You will have just started playing Snooker or play from time to time and want to get a bit better. You will be hitting breaks anywhere from 1 to 20 points. You will be used to the low quality snooker hall free cues.
Intermediate level – You play regularly and have owned a basic cue before. You are moving up a level now and are hitting breaks of 20 – 50 points.
Advanced level – You have played in competitions and regularly hit breaks of 50-100.
Beginner snooker cues
The best thing about getting your first cue is that you will notice that your whole overall game gets better immediately compared to when you were just playing with snooker hall cues. Its a quick win and justifies the outlay on a beginner snooker cue. Believe me, you will not regret it.
Jian Ying 57″ Handmade 2 piece Snooker Cue
The cue is 57″ with a 9-9.7 mm tip and weighs approx 18-19.5 Oz.
It comes with a leatherette bag for a 2 piece cue.
It has an ash wood shaft with a screw in joint.
When it comes to choosing a basic cue, this one offers value for money. Comes very highly recommended by owners with dozens and dozens of positive reviews and very few negative ones.
Intermediate snooker cues
When you have been playing for a while and playing often hitting decent breaks, you may find your basic cue a bit restrictive and want to get yourself a middle range cue.
CUESOUL Handmade 57″ Rosewood 3/4 Piece Snooker Cue (comes with Case and Extension)
Main features of this cue
The cue is 57″ with a 9.5 mm tip with brass ferrule and weighs 18 Oz.
It comes with an MDF 2 compartment case for a 3/4 quarter cue.
It has a four sided rosewood butt and an ash wood shaft with a brass vacuum copper joint.
Also comes with a 6″ 5.2oz extension.
When it comes to choosing a high quality intermediate cue, you cant go too far wrong with this one. Comes very highly recommended by owners with dozens and dozens of positive reviews and very few negative ones.
Professional/Expert snooker cues
You are seriously cleaning up. You are willing to invest a lot of money for a high quality snooker cue.
Peradon 3/4 Jointed Newbury 58″ Snooker Cue
Main features of this cue
This 3/4 jointed cue is expensive but of very high quality. It is 58″ with a 11mm Elkmaster tip with a solid brass ferrule.
It features a proline shaft and quick action butt end joint.
Overall this slick cue by Peradon will surely impress!
If you are just starting out or moving up the rankings buying or upgrading a cue is absolutely essential to give that winning edge!