Master Pool Cue Chalk - Gold Tan - Dozen

Master Pool Cue Chalk - Gold Tan - Dozen

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12 Pack

For many years Master chalk has been the Official Chalk of the BCA Open 9-Ball Championships.

It is a favorite among many pool players. This Master billiard gold color chalk has the texture that transforms smoothly and evenly to leather cue tips. It forms the proper coating to the tip of the cue to prevent miscues and insure pool player satisfaction. Available by the dozen.

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  • Cleaner looking then blue

    Posted by John on Oct 19th 2017

    I like that it don't turn my ferrules blue or in this case tan.

  • Great Item

    Posted by Tony on Mar 15th 2017

    Perfect color match. Product was just as advertised. Very happy with this purchase.

  • It's all in the shade.

    Posted by T on Mar 4th 2017

    Love this color as it's pretty much invisible since it's the same color as my skin. I used to go home from league night looking like a smurf with blue chalk everywhere.

  • Tan

    Posted by Lisamarie on Feb 12th 2017

    Should have been using tan all along!!!! Keeps my Ferrell a lot cleaner

  • Great Product

    Posted by John on Jun 4th 2016

    No other chalk like masters chalk

  • great chalk

    Posted by jesse on Apr 1st 2016

    stays on tip doesn't stain hand or shaft highly recommend

  • camel color match

    Posted by bob on May 6th 2015

    the chalk to use on camel color championship cloth

  • Sufficient

    Posted by Puck on Nov 2nd 2014

    I've heard the craze about Kamui chalk. I've tried Kamui chalk, and yes, it's awesome. It's better than Master chalk when it comes to grip. But Kamui is SO much more expensive, and I have tan cloth on my home table.

    Honestly, I think Master chalk works great, is very easy to find, it comes in a lot of colors, and it's very cheap. Sorry Kamui. Master it is.

  • Good

    Posted by GQ on Aug 14th 2014

    It's what i always use at home because of the beige carpet. It clings to Elk Mater, Le Pro, and Triangle cue tips, but not much on a couple of layered tips that i've tried.