Hammer Center follows the below house rules:
*Don’t lay the cue across your shoulders and wrap your arms around it.
It will warp the cues.
*Don’t turn the chalk upside down on the rails.
Who wants all that gray chalk all over their shirt?
*Don’t set drinks or food on the table.
This is a no brainer.
*Don’t sit on the edge of the table to make a shot.
A balanced table enhances the game.
Every time we have to re-balance our table it costs us $75.
If what you are doing would distract you while shooting, it probably distracts other players too!
*Do not bang the pool cues on the ground.
It causes the wood to splinter up the pool cue.
*Do not stand behind the target pocket.
We’re not sure…this is just what the “rules” say.
*No horseplay, sword fighting, or running around the tables and throwing the balls.
This can cause damage to the equipment and is a safety hazard.
Remember, it costs us $75 every time we have to re-balance the pool table.
*When finished playing, return all equipment to where you got it.
This includes cues, chalk, balls, triangle and mechanical bridge.