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Looking for an entry level bowling ball or a ball that is not going to react strongly to the dry or oily parts of the lane? Then look no further than the Brunswick Rhino bowling ball. This line of bowling balls balances power and control by pairing the R-16 reactive coverstock and a light bulb shaped core.
Does this ball ship undrilled?6/23/2018 - By Chad
what is the core for the 10-11 lb ball10/24/2018 - By Gab
Is this a good ball to learn how to throw a hook2/15/2019 - By Nick
Yes, this would be an excellent ball to learn to throw a hook for it is an entry level ball that will already have a slight hook to it.2/18/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I like this ball. What is a stronger comparable ball to this available?2/25/2019 - By Gee
If you are looking at entry level balls, any of the entry level balls would do just fine. If you need something stronger, you could go to Mid Performance balls. The most popular line would be the Columbia Nitrous line.2/26/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I’m just learning to hook, would this be a good ball?3/20/2019 - By Sksksksks
I’d be purchasing a 10 lb ball. Would it still have a slight hook because of its light weight?7/3/2019 - By Marcie
Yes, this ball will still have the performance coverstock to help it have a slight hook. It will still be better than a plastic or spare ball because of the coverstock alone.7/9/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I throw a straight ball. Not looking to hook the ball. If 11 lb ball is drilled in traditional style (not fingertip grip), will the ball hook?2/26/2020 - By Sheri L
If you throw this ball straight without any revs or rotation to help it hook then it will go straight. If you spin the ball and get revs on the ball then it would hook in lighter oil conditions.2/28/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff