Stroke Straightener


Stroke Straightener

(3 customer reviews)


A perfect game starts with a perfect stroke. The Stroke Straightener is precision engineered to teach you the mechanics of a perfectly-straight stroke! 


Most players who use The Stroke Straightener get results in under 30 seconds! By their third stroke, they’re already shooting perfectly straight. 


By far the best thing about the Stroke Straightener is how incredibly easy it is to use. There’s no learning curve, just use it and start shooting straighter!


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Build Quality:

This cue is a standard-size, two piece Eliminator style pool cue. It features contrasting dark-wood inlays set against a light wood handle and shaft. The joint is a standard 5/16″-18  pin.


How It Actually Works:

The stroke straighter is a tool used to dramatically improve your accuracy. It works by teaching you how to hit the ball dead center. Anywhere outside of dead center, you’ll immedately miscue and get instant feedback telling you how to correct your stroke.

It does this by using a special conical phenolic tip that is designed only for hitting center ball. If the player shoots even tiny bit off-center, they‘ll miscue and the Stroke Straightener will let them know both by the sound it makes and by vibrations in the cue. Players use that feedback to adjust their next stroke.

It’s that simple: take a shot, feel the feedback, and use that feedback to straighten your next stroke.

Closing Thoughts:

The stroke straightener will take your game to the next level, whether you’re a beginner or a professional. This is a product I originally invented simply to help improve my own stroke. It was so effective, I realized that I should actually mass produce it so players all over the world can start improving their stroke.

Learn More:

The Stroke Straightener is a tool that is designed to be immediately intuitive to all players. For those wondering how the Stroke Straightener actually works and how to best practice with it, we’ve prepared a series of videos that explain how to get the most from your new tool!

Click here to learn how to use The Stroke Straightener!


Additional information

Weight 2.00 lbs
Dimensions 32 × 3 × 3 in

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  1. One person found this helpful

    Wow, what an invention!

    ROGER (verified owner)

    I just got this and tried for a few hours. It was difficult for me to shoot with it but that’s the whole point – it’s letting know I’ve been shooting ball too often with english – when I thought I am just shooting the center ball. What a valuable tool that efficiently tells you when you are not hitting the center. After some more practice….it will certainly straighten my stroke. Thank you for taking care of the pool players like me!

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    • Admin


      Thank you for your review, Roger. We’re very happy to know that you’ve been able to improve your game so much with this tool. There are a variety of ways to practice with it, which can all be found on our newly-added “Using The Stroke Straightener” page.

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    • estewart1969 (verified owner)

      I purchased the Stroke Straightener and have been using it during practice and warm-ups. It definitely helps give immediate feedback when you hit the cue ball off center. I have noticed a improvement on my stroke and game! Nice tool to improve your skills.

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  2. One person found this helpful
    Steve Muckle

    A real eye opener

    Steve Muckle

    Who thinks they can’t hit the center of the cue ball? Like most pool players I’d imagine, I never considered that I was routinely hitting the cue ball off-center. But having practiced twice with the stroke straightener, I am floored to discover that consistently, and I mean every time, I am hitting the cue ball to the left of center. Even when I focus on the cue ball. I have to aim a centimeter to the right to make a simple shot with the stroke straightener. Otherwise I miscue and send the cue ball off to the right.

    Glad I made this purchase, it’s uncovered a critical issue in my game and gives me a concrete, easy way to know when it is fixed.

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