The Worthington exhibits an exemplary amount of style. Its remarkable design, laced with Gothic undertones, combines with an unparalleled functionality to make this table a commanding presence in any environment.
The Worthington’s finest Connelly cushions are complemented by an extremely quiet rapid rail system for superior cushion dynamics, and a 6-inch rail surface for improved shooting hand stability. This table boasts the most responsive cushion of modern American pool tables, and its playfield boundaries are embellished with premium sights (used to help calculate angles during game-play).
The US company Connelly Billiards is one of the most prolific pool table manufacturers operating today, and is highly respected in the industry, holding the almost exclusive privilege of building American pool tables that are actually manufactured in the States. Connelly infuses the heart and soul of America into their products from their factory in Texas, assembling them from the ground up. Connelly products are never rebranded or outsourced, assuring top quality tables from the world’s top quality manufacturer.
As with many of our pool tables, the Worthington comes in a variety of hardwood veneers, and can be extensively personalised to your tastes, from its cabinet to the cloth on its 1¼” tournament standard slate. Amongst the standard options for Connelly tables are Oak, Maple, and North American Cherry. These fine wood veneers, quality build and innovative features all combine to make the Worthington one of our finest deluxe American Pool Tables.
The Worthington American Pool Table is part of Connelly’s Worthington Collection. Its corresponding Shuffleboard can be found here.
All luxury pool tables from the Games Room Company are highly customisable. We understand that the quality of the pool table can be just as important as how well it matches your interior, and we are therefore pleased to offer you many different wood or lacquer finishes. We also supply more than 20 different quality cloth colour options, as well as a broad range of accessories.
Reginald Waldersmith played his first pool game in 1958, and although he had a bit of initial difficulty with his cue handling (he was aghast when his opponent advised firmly holding the butt) he took an immediate liking to it. We’ve been selling games tables since 1962, so we know a thing or two about our products! Our showroom will gladly assist you on any questions you may have before or after you purchase any Games Room Company equipment.