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Charlie Bryant

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Charlie "Hillbilly" Bryant

Born:  November 6th 1968

Playing Cue:  Custom Cue with an OB-2+ Shaft (19oz)

Break Cue:  Hillbilly Smacker 4 piece Jump Break by Walter Kelley (20oz)


Charlie Bryant, known in the billiard community as 'Hillbilly' for his thick accent, has been playing pool since the age of 5, when his daddy had him pushing a crate around the table in the family pool hall.  In 2004, Charlie hit the professional tour and immediately won his first major title as the Glass City Open Champion.  With several other top finishes on the National scene, he took his place at #4 on the Billiard Digest Power Index and sat as high as #6 on the UPA professional players ranking list.

Known for his monstrous break and his ability to understand the mechanics of the game, the Hillbilly turned scholar.  With the help of a good friend, Charlie put his simple approach to the individual skills of billiards on paper and the industry's first 'text book' was born. 

After several years of consistently finishing in the top 12 on the Professional Men's Points list, Mr. Bryant has proven he is a champion.  His eyes have now shifted to a new purpose.  Ambassador to the Sport is a role the big Christian Man was born to fulfill.  With his knowledge of the game, his southern hospitality, his skill as an instructor and his overwhelming concern for the welfare of the people who share his passion; Charlie 'Hillbilly' Bryant has chosen to spend the rest of his career doing his part to help the game that helped him find himself.


2014 Texas State Open 9 Ball Champion

2013 Space City Open 9 Ball Champion

2013 Oklahoma 10 Ball Open Champion

2013 Texas State 9 Ball Runner Up

2013 Oklahoma State 9 Ball Runner up

2012 Space City Open 9 Ball Champion 

2011 Fast Eddies Tour player of year

2011 Lone Star Tour player of the year

2010 Texas State Open 9 Ball Champion

2011 Lone Star Tour player of the year

2009 Lonestar Tour Points Leader

2008 Carolina Open Champion

2004 Glass City Open Champion

1999 Oklahoma State Champion

Multiple top 12 finishes on Pro-Tour

2 time Houston Open Champion

Career High Rankings: 2004 #4 on Billiard Digest Power Index and #6 on UPA ranking list

Many 1st place finishes on Fast Eddie's and Lonestar Tours

Finished in the top 12 of almost every Fast Eddie's and Lonestar Tour events participated in since 2003.

Current Projects:

Development of online instructional video service

Publishing of Instructional Book

Dreamline Promotions and the growth of the sport through increased participation

Touring the United States to provide instruction through seminars and exhibition matches.

Future Goals:

To become an ambassador to the sport by promoting awareness, encouraging participation and providing knowledge through education.