- Part Number
- Core Type
- High Differential Vintage Symmetric
- Fortify Pearl Reactive
- 1 - Color, Gold Pearl
- Finishing Steps
- 500 Siaair Micro Pad; Royal Compound
- 12-16 Pounds
- RG Max
- RG Min
- RG Differential
- RG Average
Center Heavy (1)
4.4 Cover Heavy (10)
- Hook Potential
190 High (250)
110 Long (235)
- Breakpoint Shape
Smooth Arc (10)
120 Angular (150)
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Fortify reactive coverstock is Brunswick’s hottest creation based off our performance enhancing additive chemistry technology. Fortify reactive combines a new base coverstock with an enhanced additive package that will provide the easiest length with the quickest lateral traction of any coverstock to date.
The High Differential Vintage core features an old school tall and smooth cylinder design. By increasing the differential in this high volume core shape, the Vintage Gold Rhino Pro delivers added length, stronger breakpoint, and improved versatility.
With its Royal Compound Finish, the Vintage Gold Rhino Pro skids effortlessly through the front, maintaining axis rotation for the backend to provide superior entry angle to the pocket and exceptional pin action.
The Vintage Gold Rhino Pro can be drilled using the standard drilling techniques developed for symmetric core bowling balls.
At Brunswick, the unique core shape of each individual ball is used for weights from 14 to 16 pounds. This approach to lightweight ball engineering provides bowlers with consistent ball reaction characteristics across this weight range. At 12 and 13 pounds, Brunswick uses a generic core shape with a RG-differential that is close enough to the 14 to 16 pound shape so the same drilling instructions can be used.
FROM BOWLING LEGEND – PARKER BOHN III
“I’m thrilled to see the return of the Gold Rhino Pro! The Rhino Pro Series made a statement during its time winning numerous titles. The Gold Rhino Pro captivated skid/flip ball motion for its generation.”
“In practice sessions, don’t just automatically hit the reset button if wood is left standing; roll your conversion shot.”
— Parker Bohn III