(BSC) Billiard Skills Challenge – Down the Rail, set 3 (Intermediate) Test Group

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Here is Today’s Test Group Challenge from the book. This progressive set develops personal confidence when similar shots come up during competition – and define Comfort Zone limitations.

PURPOSE:  Pocket the 1 Ball on each of the the designated attempts – for each layout in the Test Group.

This is the Down the Rail ACS(3) (Intermediate) Test Group. There is also an Advanced Test Group.

For instructions on scoring yourself (or on a challenge to your buddies), see “Billiard Skills Challenge – Instructions” for details on practice/skill development and challenges among buddies.

Test Group Down the Rail Shots ACS(c) Intermediate 1 of 3

Test Group Down the Rail ACS(3) Intermediate 1 of 3

Test Group Down the Rail Shots ACS(c) Intermediate 2 of 3

Test Group Down the Rail ACS(3) Intermediate 2 of 3

Test Group Down the Rail Shots ACS(c) Intermediate 3 of 3

Test Group Down the Rail ACS(3) Intermediate 3 of 3

TO MAKE THIS WORK FOR YOU:
1. Set up the donuts for all the shots.
2. Shoot three sets to get a feel for your Comfort Zones.
3. Based on results, add to your practice routine or mark as part of your “trustworthy” shots

 

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