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    DGC got them in yesterday.
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  • #2
    The sausage guy had some at Pier yesterday.

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    • #3
      and we still havent heard much about the rpro roc and boss?? I want reviews on these before going into anything else...

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      • #4
        Originally posted by snap7times View Post
        and we still havent heard much about the rpro roc and boss?? I want reviews on these before going into anything else...
        Anybody seen the R-pro Bosses out there yet? I had heard that they would be offering this mold in lighter weights.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by LegoRules View Post
          Anybody seen the R-pro Bosses out there yet? I had heard that they would be offering this mold in lighter weights.

          Cindy
          I think Tim was saying last night that they don't come out until June.

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          • #6
            I've seen some R-Pro Bosses around here, lightweight. I don't throw Bosses so can't really comment on them...they seem like they can fly far, but I think they'll beat up super fast with the huge wing and soft plastic.
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            • #7
              I guess I should clarify. I was told the regular production run isn't out yet.

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              • #8
                163 G R-Pro Boss rocks, if you don't try too hard. Jordan has ripped the snot out of the 150, as well.

                Personally, I can't wait to try the R-Pro X-Caliber....

                Anyone notice that R-Pro driver plastic feels just like Dragon/Hydra plastic? I wonder if it floats?
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                • #9
                  I love my 162 R-pro boss... threw it 8-10 times at De la during the AM weekend, and most of my BEST drives were the r-pro boss. Its really good for about 400 depending on your arm. Throw it with just a touch of hyzer and it will stand up and run for days.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by TreeLove View Post
                    Anyone notice that R-Pro driver plastic feels just like Dragon/Hydra plastic? I wonder if it floats?
                    I wondered that too, so I filled up my sink and dropped my 165g R-Pro Dart in the water. Verdict: it ALMOST floats, but no.
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                    • #11
                      I just won 3 r-pro cros form innova's sponsor rewards program. now i have to go golfing tomorrow to see how they fly.

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                      • #12
                        You will note I said R-Pro DRIVER plastic.

                        The Dart and R-Pro Aviar are very rubbery and floppy, not like a Dragon or Hydra, more like a Gumputt or Blowfly.

                        The R-Pro DRIVER, as in the Boss, feels just like the Dragon/Hydra, and the same stiffness.

                        I will get back to you with float test results on a 163 R-Pro Boss. Thanks for the Dart float test results!
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                        • #13
                          P.s. The r-pro bosses go...far really far. I had a couple throws with mine in the mid 500's today, just got it so still trying to learn it. Seems on par with my semi stable first run boss. the r-pro weights in at 167 and consistently was 30 feet longer than the rest of my bosses, throwing a normal golf shot not just going for distance. Fast and flat, but they glide!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by PDXDuck View Post
                            R-Pro Cro - Now Available
                            Are they floppy rubbery R-Pro mid/putter plastic, or the stiff grippy Dragon/Hydra-like R-Pro driver plastic?

                            PS: Thanks for the new plastic, Innova, too bad it's totally inconsistent, as usual. I will just call them:

                            R-Pro-D = driver (stiff)
                            R-Pro-R = putter (rubbery)

                            Or, whenever I crush the drive with it, or nail the putt with it, I will just yell out "Darr-Pro!"
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by TreeLove View Post
                              163 G R-Pro Boss rocks, if you don't try too hard. Jordan has ripped the snot out of the 150, as well.

                              Personally, I can't wait to try the R-Pro X-Caliber....

                              Anyone notice that R-Pro driver plastic feels just like Dragon/Hydra plastic? I wonder if it floats?
                              Dave D posted on the PDGA board that the lighter weight R-Pro Bosses did float but I think they had to be less than 150gs. He also said that they were making them down to 130gs.

                              http://www.pdga.com/discussion/showt...29785&page=160

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