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.
Why would I want an entry level vs. a mid performance level ball?10/21/2016 - By P
If you are a new bowler, this would be a great beginner ball. The Mid Performance balls will be a bit more aggressive than the entry level balls. If this is your first time bowling, this would be a great ball to start out with.10/27/2016 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Is this ball for left handed people too?2/12/2017 - By Jb
I just got back into bowling. I am 62 yrs old and I don't have the ball speed I use to. I am looking for something that I can play a little more straighter down and in. On drier patterns.2/19/2018 - By Neb
This would be a great ball to start with since you are just getting back into the game. It will work on drier oil patterns for you and will have a slight hook for it is an entry level ball.2/21/2018 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I cannot get this ball to hook no matter what I do.4/1/2019 - By Shawn
The Rhino is one of the least hooking balls that Brunswick makes. If you throw it in med-heavy oil its not going to hook as much. If you want more grip out of it you can take some of the polish off, you can have a local driller do this for you.4/4/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff