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An evergreen source of information to help you get the most out of the game of snooker.
2 tough stages we all need to go through as we learn how to play snooker
A short while ago, I made a 30 break. Big deal, eh? Well, it was to me. In fact, it was enough to make me jump around like a
Which snooker cue is best for you? 4 important things to consider when choosing a cue.
Stephen Hendry won the World Championship using a £40 Rex Williams cue that he describes as “a cheap piece of wood”. But, then, he’s Stephen Hendry. And we’re not.
The 10 most common snooker mistakes club players make
Knowing the most common snooker mistakes will help club players avoid them. Here, we present a list of the 10 most common mistakes in the order they occur as
Which snooker cloth is best? 5 important facts to consider
Fact. The best snooker is played on the best playing surface. But which snooker cloth is best? There are five things to consider when it comes to playing on
Snooker legends brilliantly recreate their 1985 final
Oh, what a night, as Frankie Valli might say. On 3rd November 2022, snooker legends Steve Davis and Dennis Taylor treated Surrey Snooker Academy members and their guests to
1 good reason why snooker players tap their middle fingers.
AN ARTICLE ABOUT THE BRIDGE HAND: It’s a weird world when what people seem to want Google to tell them is why snooker players tap their middle fingers. Shaun
Brian Cox and Gareth White
Co-founders of the surrey snooker academy
We want our members to experience the kind of playing environment, equipment and coaching normally only enjoyed by professional snooker players.