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Does EVNRoll Live Up To the Hype?


Here's your chance to find out.


A couple of months ago we put Guerin Rife's EVNRoll putters to the test. Much to our surprise, all 4 of the EVNRoll models we tested outperformed our 2016 Most Wanted Winners in both the blade and mallet categories. That's right; the EVNRoll bested the legendary PING Ketsch and the Odyssey White Hot RX #1


EVNRoll Technology




The explanation for EVNRoll's performance can be found in it's unique (and patented) groove design. The proprietary design does two things.


Firstly, the grooves transfer more energy to the ball on off-center hits. Like PING's TR Grooves, EVNRoll's grooves structure effectively reduces ball speed at the center of the face, while progressively increasing it towards the edges. The end result is the ball comes off the face at the same pace regardless of where impact occurs.


Secondly, EVNRoll's milling pattern helps gear the ball the back towards the center on those same mis-hits. Putts not only roll the same speed, but they also roll to the same spot.


Sound too good to be true? We thought so too...right up until our test results validated the claims.


Testers Wanted




Guerin Rife believes his EVNRoll technology can make you a more consistent and more accurate putter. Our preliminary test results certainly support that contention, but we're excited to get EVNRoll technology into your hands.


Will your EVNRoll experience mirror our own?


MyGolfSpy is looking for six golfers to put the EVNRoll putter to the test. Forum members selected to participate in this test will work directly with Guerin Rife (via phone) to get fitted for the right EVNRoll model. Once you receive your putter, test it head to head against your gamer and report your findings.




How To Apply:

As you know, we take our product testing seriously at MyGolfSpy, so please read the following instructions carefully:


First, if you aren't a member already, you must sign-up (click here to register).


Next, leave a comment in this thread that tells us the following:

  • The average number of rounds you play annually
  • Your current handicap
  • Your Current Putter

Good luck...


Rounds per yr: 20-ish

Current HC: 14

Current Putter:  Cleveland Classic Belly (used against arm Kuchar style)


I heard about these putters on the Sirius golf channel 'Inside The Ropes' Show and have been wanting to test it out.

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  • The average number of rounds you play annually: 60-70
  • Your current handicap: 15
  • Your Current Putter: Cleveland  TFi 2135 #6.5

Thank you.

Jason Day (No, not that one!)

Irons: Callaway Rogue X Regular Flex Steel

Driver: Ping G400 Regular flex

Right Handed

Cheney, WA

Avg 18 Hole Score: ~92

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Ave rounds per year:  40-50

Handicap:  10 approx

Current Putter:  Taylormade Ghost Spider (with added counterbalanced grip)


The new mallet putter seems really interesting.  Look forward to the opportunity.

Driver: Ping G20, 9.5 degree, tour stiff shaft

Fairway(s): Ping G20 3 wood, stiff shaft; Cleveland Launcher FL 5 wood, stiff shaft

Hybrids: Ping G25 2H, 3H,4H, stiff shaft

Irons: Ping G, steel stiff shaft (4-PW)

Wedges: Cobra Gap wedge (49, stiff shaft), Vokey Spin Milled 5 52 and 56 degress wedges, stiff shaft

Balls: Snell MTB


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1. 12-20 rounds a year

2. Don't have official handicap but would say is 20+ typically shoot in the 90s

3. I currently use a Rossa Monza putter and like a center balanced shafts.


My putter is a bit old and would love the opportunity to try out something new!

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I'd be very interested in this. Putting alignment is the single most practiced aspect of my game.


1. I play 75-100 rounds per year. Multiple weekly skins/scotch games, as well as every tournament I'm eligible for. 


2. +1.0 handicap.


3. Started the year with a Scotty Cameron Studio Select Squareback 2. Was putting well but still wanted to try the much hyped Directed Force putter. Big mistake. Went from that to a Dot PLX Parallax putter, to a Cleveland TFI blade, to a Scotty Cameron Studio Design 2.0..and now I'm back to my original Squareback 2 but with a Flatso grip on it.

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