ProLine Pool Tables

ProLine Billiards sells their pool tables through dealers, so no prices are posted on their website and they will vary depending on where you shop. The tables are pretty solid though. They all used slate and solid hardwood. They all seem to come in 7, 8 or 9 feet as well which is great. There is no option to customize colors of finish or cloth though. Here are their different models:

Sorrel II
Nite Train
Midnight Ride
St. Johns II

ProLine Pool Tables Reviews From Users

  1. I have had a Kamden that I purchased from Georgia Leisure July 2011. I compared ProLine, Brunswick, Olhausen and Connelly. After comparing I felt that the ProLine was the best built and gave the most value for the money. The table has preformed perfect and has stayed level. A solid table made of all wood with a great finish made in the U.S.A. (North Carolina with a three piece Italian slate top and a lifetime guarantee is a sure winner.

    Review posted by Jim Augustine
  2. Proline ceased production of pool tables in 2006 or 2007. They do not use Italian Slate although some dealers offer it as an option. The overall quality is OK but the frame and cushions are inferior to an Olhausen as well as the construction.

    Review posted by tom hodgins
  3. Tom is incorrect… Some tables do have Italian Slate and ALL are perfectly honed. Proline still makes Awsome tables and shut down only to move locations to Hickory NC which makes perfect sense because it’s the furniture Capitol of the US.

    Review posted by Chuck Patterson

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