Brunswick Teal Rhino Pro
Whether you've been a bowler for three decades or are relatively new to the game, chances are you're familiar with and appreciate the legacy of the Rhino Pros. When Reactive Resin first emerged in the bowling world, Brunswick wasted no time in making a splash with the Rhino Pros. It's incredible to think that the Teal Rhino Pro was introduced a staggering 30 years ago. What's even more incredible is that a ball with such vintage charm has risen to the top of Brunswick's most requested reintroductions. Brunswick is thrilled to bring back the Teal Rhino Pro to satisfy the nostalgic cravings of bowlers and pay tribute to this significant piece of history. To ensure the ball performs exceptionally well on modern lane conditions, Brunswick has upgraded the cover technology to the robust Activator Plus 3.0 Solid. However, they have stayed true to the core concept by retaining the original lightbulb shape without an outer ring, just as it was produced three decades ago. This ball is a true powerhouse, delivering impressive durability, outstanding performance, and carrying the weight of history. Don't miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to experience a piece of bowling history.
- Color: Teal
All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
Customer Reviews | 1 Customer Question
By Joe G from Discovery Bay, CA
This ball definitely lives up to the hype and reminds me of the smooth continuous motion of the original. Out of the box it’s smooth and predictable with plenty of down lane motion once the lanes start to transition. I’ve been able to play up the boards and swing the lane with success and it has quickly become a go to in my arsenal.
By Sweetpea Bowl from Worcester, Massachusetts
Brunswick Teal Rhino Pro
So, recently there has been a lot of buzz about the remake of the Brunswick Teal Rhino Pro. Recently, I drilled 2- 1 with my favorite pin down layout, 60 x 5 x 70, the other with a stronger pin placement, pin up. I have tried the new Teal Rhino Pro on THS and 2023 PBA Scorpion. I used it at box surface. I also, for fun, I went to the basement to find an original Teal Rhino Pros from 1993 and put the same 2000 Siaair surface as the remake.
The idea behind the remake was to use the exact same core/thick shell as the original Teal but with an updated cover to handle the volumes of oil used nowadays but yet, be faithful to the original motion of the ball. From what I see...mission accomplished. On PBA Scorpion, the original gets “there” but it's laboring. The remake clearly reads the lane better with much clearer definition. What is interesting is that BOTH the original and remake have the rolly/smooth/slower response type of motion. At least for the pin down one, I could see this on wet/dry house shots and medium to shorter sport patterns. My gut tells me the pin up one with a stronger pin placement would be best on longer patterns which shows the versatility of the new Teal Rhino Pro. I have every confidence that this remake Teal Rhino Pro will easily earn a place in my bag. Also, as I recall from back in the day, the Teal Rhino Pro worked for every style and type of game…the remake should be no different.
The new Teal Rhino Pro releases I believe August 17, 2023- see your pro shop for more information!
Customer Questions & Answers | Reviews
how does teal rhino pro compare to the gold rhino pro
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The Vintage Gold Rhino Pro had a stronger weight block inside but the pearl coverstock and polished finish out of the box made the ball go longer on the lanes to give it a more angular backend hook. The Teal Rhino Pro weight block has a lower flare potential but the solid coverstock and 2000 grit finish out-of-box help to give this ball an earlier bite on the lanes for a smoother arcing hook. Because the Teal Rhino Pro can grip earlier it can handle a little more oil than the Vintage Gold Rhino Pro. Both bowling balls are great mid performance pieces and a good fit in most bowlers bags.
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