Master Pool Cue Chalk - Spruce - Dozen

Master Pool Cue Chalk - Spruce - Dozen

  • SKU: CHM12-SPR
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$4.95 $2.95
SKU:
CHM12-SPR
Availability:
Usually ships the next business day
Color:
Green
Size:
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 spruce 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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  • Chalk
    5

    Posted by Joseph Hatcher on Apr 2nd 2018

    Good


    Stays on tip longer



  • CUE CHALK
    5

    Posted by SHELDON on Mar 12th 2018

    MATCHES TABLE VERY WELL.

  • Master pool chalk
    5

    Posted by Jon Fultz on Mar 1st 2018

    Used it for years- still the best for the money.

  • Masters chalk
    4

    Posted by Ben on Oct 23rd 2017

    Great chalk covers nicely wouldnt be hesitant to buy again

  • Master Poll Cue Chalk
    5

    Posted by Alan on Oct 18th 2017

    Quality Chalk that has great consistency when using on cue tip before taking shots. Best I have ever used.

  • Master Chalk - Spruce
    4

    Posted by Gary on Jul 20th 2017

    Good chalk. The color received was sort of a medium green. If looking for a dark green, Silver Cup spruce chalk is a better match. I would rate this chalk in the middle between Triangle and Silver Cup -- with Silver Cup giving the smoothest coating and least dust residue.

  • It's Master
    5

    Posted by Troy on Mar 28th 2017

    Well you can't go wrong with Master Chalk. Great price and good delivery time.

  • Color matches
    5

    Posted by Mike on Oct 26th 2015

    Great price great chalk

  • Just as good as blue
    5

    Posted by Andreas on Jan 25th 2015

    I always used blue but this matched my cloth better. Less noticeable marks on table. I cannot tell difference from blue. The green puts less chalk marks on cue ball.