Mcdermott Pool Sticks

Written by Tadashi Moody
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For many people, pool is just a fun recreational game to play from time to time, like checkers or chess. But for those who get hooked, pool can become anything from a favorite past time for the hobbyist, to a profession for the ultra serious. For the latter folks, a personal or custom pool stick can elevate their game to a new level.

Choosing your first pool stick can be a daunting task, as there are literally hundreds of models available. To narrow the field down, it is a good idea to begin looking at some of the most popular and trusted brand names on the market. McDermott Handcrafted Cues, a prominent manufacturer of pool sticks since 1975, fits this bill and has a wide range of cues to choose from, so you can get a good overview.

McDermott Cues Combine Craftsmanship and Performance

McDermott pool sticks are well respected not only for their quality craftsmanship but also for their high performance. They are constructed of, hand-selected, well-seasoned woods, and milled with care and precision. Their wood-to-wood joints, coupled with Ivorine 3 ferrules and medium-hard Triangle tips combine to give McDermott pool sticks a softer hit with more feel.

Though all McDermott cues are made with the same components and attention to detail, you can get as simple or as fancy as you like. Prices will change accordingly. McDermott combines traditional design elements with bold new ones to create striking looking cues that are truly works of art, in addition to being precision instruments. Prices for McDermott pool sticks range from $139 for their basic, no frills cue to over $2500 for their top of the line, no-holds-barred beauties.


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