When the layout says “Jump!”, you’ll ask “How high?”

For most players who already know how to jump balls, the “problem” with switching to the Stinger is to adjust to how much easier it is to jump. One well-known pro said “I got a chance to use the Stinger yesterday for the first time and I really love it! At first I tried to jump the same way as my Bungee Jumper and the cueball flew off the table. It jumps the ball so easily.” The Stinger tip-ferrule system is so precise, you can jump-draw, jump-curve, and jump-follow. Your attitude changes from “I hope I hit the ball” to “I expect to make the ball, and I’m hoping to get the shape I have in mind.”