Predator Joins The Dragon Promotions Pro Classic


New Iberia, LA – Predator, the world's top cue brand, continues as the official cue of the DP Pro Classic. The DP Pro Classic, a Dragon Promotions production, hosted by Emerald Billiards will once again bring many of the game's elite back to the great state of Louisiana. Beginning October 16th, and running through October 20th, the open pro event will feature both 9-Ball and 10-Ball tournaments. The pro event will be help in conjunction with the Ozone Billiards US Amateur Open. 

"Predator Group is excited to be a part of the DP Pro Classic once again. It's an exceptional chance to continue to grow the sport and has something for everyone; multiple formats, pros and amateurs, and a terrific partner in Ozone Billiards," said Kyle Nolan, Director of Branding & Communications at Predator Group.
"With Predator on board once more, it just adds more excitement and bigger purses to the events. Since sponsoring the event two years ago, Predator and Poison have become staple cues in the area to Louisiana players," said Charlie Williams, long time user of Predator technology and veteran pro on tour. 

Two-time Champion Mika Immonen of Finland will be back trying to regain his title from last years 10-Ball Champion Johnny Archer, while Predator Pro Charlie Williams looks to defend his 9-Ball title. Last year's 3rd place finisher Shane Van Boening, along with Rodney Morris, Thorsten Hohmann, Shawn Putnam, and Brandon Shuff have already confirmed there place among the entrants.

For further information on the DP Pro Classic or Ozone Billiards US Amateur Open please email or, or call 407-782-4978

• $230 entry fee includes registration/green fees.  
• Make & mail checks/money orders to : Dragon Promotions 2516 Waukegan Road Unit #144   Glenview, IL 60025.  
• For credit card payments call Emerald Billiards (337) 364-9922. 2511 West Old Spanish Trail  New Iberia, LA 70560
• Limited 64 players per event.
• All players in Louisiana that have pre-paid for the US Open 9-Ball will have Sunday Oct 21st exempt from matches in VA to allow time to travel. Arrangements have already been pre-made with the US Open 9-Ball organizers.