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ee273

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About ee273

  • Birthday 04/30/1973

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Alpine, UT
  • Interests
    Family, Golf, Tennis, Watersports, outdoors
  • Handicap:
    8
  • Referred By:
    goolge

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  1. Eric Enloe - Alpine, UT Practice 2X/week 30-45 minutes Average 4 3-putts per round It looks like a great product and this is the area of my greatest need!
  2. Great Review! I picked one up last fall and used it about 6-7 times on the range. It really helped be dial in wedge distance. It seemed consistent. I haven't put it next to a trackman or foresight to test the accuracy.
  3. I'm reintroducing myself. I got demoted to "Recruit". I've been inactive for a while and golfing much less. I look forward to getting more engaged and back into golf. Our local course is still open with the COVID-19 so I'm fortunate. Hello!
  4. I'm on my 2nd Evnroll. First was an ER7 and most recently was fitted to a murdered ER2. They are awesome. I won't go anywhere else for now.
  5. Eric, Utah Callaway GBB Epic, Diaman M+ 50g Stiff Shaft 105 mph, 8 handicap 9.5*, Mitsuibishi Tensei CK Orange, 58g stiff
  6. This is Awesome! I'd love this opportunity. 1. Eric - Alpine, UT 2. 7.7 index 3. Dream Cleveland Bag: Driver: Launcher HB Driver, 9 deg or 10.5 deg loft depending on fitting with stiff shaft 3W: Launcher HB 3W Hybrid: Launcher HB 4H Irons: Launcher CBX Irons 4-PW 3 Wedges: RTX-3 Black Satin V-MG Wedges - 48 deg, 54 deg, 60 deg Putter: TFI 2135 Satin - RHO Putter, O/S Grip - 35"
  7. 1. Eric - Utah 2. Handicap = 9 3. Mizuno MP-25 irons 4. JPX Tour - I hit all 3 models a few months ago. Eventhough my handicap might suggest the Forged or Hot Metal, I hit the Tour version better than the Forged and I didn't really like the Hot Metal version much.
  8. I agree with others that a fitting is worth it. I recently replaced my whole bag except 3W and 4H and just the process of trying out all the different options helped me learn a lot about my swing. I have an average to maybe slightly fast swing speed (105ish with driver), and I learned I need a little lighter shaft to square up the clubface. I took advantage of some "Demo Days" where a bunch of brands came to one spot and were doing what I would call "mini-fittings" for free. It was at a country club but they would not have turned non-members away. Most had launch monitors and I spent a fe
  9. I've never heard this and often the opposite that the shafts have a much longer life than the heads. The "experts" I've talked to say the part that wears out are grooves and if you hit a lot off of mats that the lie angles of the heads can drift over time, especially with forged heads.
  10. I happened to be in Carlsbad for another reason so I went in. Guerin was there but busy so 2 other young men came and did it. Their knowledge was impressive and I left feeling like I was fit. The putter specs are in my sig below. I would trust them. I'm 6'1" so I agree with the other comment that 35" seems long, but I would trust them over me. I've loved my Evnroll, I'm rolling it better than ever.
  11. Interesting concept. I may give it a go. I love a good kickstarter. Thanks for the heads up.
  12. I hit a bunch of putters in the PGA superstore and liked Evnroll the best. I happened to be in Carlsbad, CA so I went and got fit at the main Evnroll office there. It was a really cool experience. I went in thinking I would like the ER1 or ER2 having always played a blade style putter. After I went through the fitting process I was surprised how much I like the Evnroll mallets. I settled on the ER7 but the ER8 was a close 2nd. I've never rolled it better.
  13. 1. Salt Lake City, UT 2. Evnroll ER7 3. Consitently starting the putt on the right line
  14. ee273

    Evnroll vs Edel

    I didn't try the Edel but after reading much of the hype, hitting it a few times in PGA superstore and seeing Evnroll at the top of the MGS Most Wanted I decided to take the plunge. I found myself in Carlsbad with my family and snuck away to get fit at the factory. The whole experience was excellent. I arrived thinking I needed the ER1 or ER2 having always liked more of a blade style putter. But at the end of it I could not get the ER7 out of my hand. My putting has improved dramatically and I won't be changing any time soon. Now if I can just get the driver to go straight work...
  15. I've been lurking for a few months and the MGS site has provided me with a lot of value as I've made the decision to become a better golfer this year. The blogs and forum posts have been invaluable as I've replaced most of my bag in the past few months. I finally decided to make a donation and get involved. I'm currently an 11 handicap and I'd like to get that down into single digits. I've take a few lessons, got fit for clubs, and despite poor weather here in Utah I've played more rounds in 2017 than I have in the previous 2 years combined. I even got my first hole-in-one a little ove
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