LOWER REV RATE BALL REVIEW | Roto Grip Rubicon UC3 TruBall Review

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The subject of todays TruBall Review is the Rubicon UC3! One of the newest pieces in the Roto Grip Line. You can get that ball below!

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8 Comments on “LOWER REV RATE BALL REVIEW | Roto Grip Rubicon UC3 TruBall Review”

  1. I am a reactive person (I dont even own a urethane ball), who wants to get a urethane ball can you advice me on which one would be best for me. I definitely play more with angles compared to playing straight, also I love strong core reactive balls. I am a DV8 person (non staffer), so I am in love with the Dam Good Verge as well as the Pitbull Bark (I know its retired). Both are big bulky balls, that pretty much recovers from any angle I throw it at. Both balls also smashes the pins as they go through them, which are the type of balls I like. Base on that, if I’m able to only get one of these balls which one would you would be best for me?

    1. Also I wanted to say that I love your videos, and everything that you do. Your tips, do and don’ts, and overall general ball reviews are amazing. Honestly I cant even remember how I came across your page, but I definitely dont miss an upload. Huge fan and hope you keep up the great work 💪💪💪

  2. I’m intrigued by this ball. Part pearl part urethane. I’m not sure where it would fit in my bag. It would be a good step up from traditional urethane. Thanks for the review.

    1. @Ronald Hickland Jr I see what you’re saying. Most newer “urethane” balls aren’t 100% urethane and you need to get a ball that matches your style. Also great tip about entry angle. I see a lot of guys use urethane and leave corner pins all night.

      So the UC3 could be a good option because it has a little more backend due to the core thus making a better entry angle. Excellent information as always. Thanks.

  3. I have a lower rave rate, 17mph my UC3 don’t hook like that, it’s almost straight on the house shot. I used it for spare ball.

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