Join the Largest, Longest-Running Regional Women’s Tour in Dallas, Texas June 10-11

The Hunter Classics Amateur Women's Tour will host their 5th tournament of the year in Dallas, Texas at Pugsley's Library on the weekend of June 10-11. Pugsley's Library, located at 2443 Walnut Hill Lane, just re-felted their eighteen 8-foot tables for the event. Jessica Sinclair, a manager of Pugsley's Library, says “We love the Hunter Classics Tour. The ladies are always very professional and they play some awesome pool!”

The Hunter Classics Tour has had an impressive year already – a record 66 women attended the first event in January and then at their second event in February, 72 women entered the tournament.

Pugsley's Library is the perfect location for the 5th stop – close restaurants, two hotels right across the street, and located close to DFW airport. Pugsley's Library has high ceilings and a large selection of great food, and sections inside were recently remolded. “We are very excited to have our tournament at Pusgley's Library – we enjoy the spacious room of their building and the receptive atmosphere from their staff,” explains Monica Anderson, one of the Hunter Classics Tour Board Members.

The Hunter Classics Amateur Women's Tour is the largest, longest-running regional women's billiards tour in the country. The Hunter Classics tour has been providing an avenue for competition for 13 years and Wes Hunter, well-known cuemaker from Alamogordo, New Mexico, has donated a Hunter Classics Custom Cue to every tournament, which sponsors the tour.

Women travel from all parts of the United States play and compete in the 9-ball tournaments of the Hunter Classics Amateur Women's Tour. For only a $30 entry fee, the player who defeats all opponents in the double elimination tournament earns a first place prize of $750. The Hunter Classics Tour pays out to a third to a half of the field every time – this is due to the guaranteed $2,000 added to the prize fund. The Dallas tournament will also provide a chance to play with the professionals in July - it is a Qualifier for the July 26-30 Midwest Classic women's professional tournament event in Peoria, Illinois.

The tournament in Dallas is open to all women, regardless of age or skill. The only stipulation is the player cannot be a Touring Professional with the Women's Professional Billiards Association (WPBA). Attend the tournament in Dallas to watch your favorite player, play in the event yourself, or see how fun the tournament is. More details and information can be found at