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hcky-  err  -  GS Meyer (looks like I haven't been around for a while)

 

Did you order yours from the website or find some place to get a fitting? PGA superstore?

Actually bought it on the WRX classifieds, got a smokin' deal on it.  I knew I wanted the ER5 and 385g head since I currently play a #7 that's 380g.  I really like that shape and head weight.  My current putter is 35" and counterbalanced. I choke way down when putting though.  So debating about leaving the ER5 at 33" or extending it to match what I have been playing, I'm just not sure yet.

 

I've been fit for a putter before, but the biggest thing I took away from the fitting it having a putter that aims where you think you're aiming it.  So before anything makes it into the bag I hit a bunch of 5' putts on my birdieball without lining up behind the ball and see if I'm hitting the hole.  So far it's working out.

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Great job so far everyone! Really looking forward to these...

I should have mine up Monday afternoon. There's one more on course test I want to do that I can get video of, it'll be pretty cool.

 

How's that for a teaser?

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I should have mine up Monday afternoon. There's one more on course test I want to do that I can get video of, it'll be pretty cool.

 

How's that for a teaser?

 

That's about as good as a teaser can get...

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Mine should be up tomorrow as well. Got another day of some comparisons on the birdieball.

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Thanks Bill and Thanks for bit calling me Bob. Ha

 

It's definitely been an interesting journey and frustrating as well.

 

What i neglected to add was I was also the 6th man on a 5 man High School team. true enough, I got to practice with the team bit never played

 

 

 

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lmao!   I was reading back through these and saw where I called you Bob .  lol  Rob / Bob whatever huh?  

 

You all are really detailed with your reviews which makes it a no brainer to come to this thread and seek out info.  Anyone in the market for one of these puppies has a solid place to come to help them pre purchase.  Awesome job you all!

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Stage 3: Likelihood of Purchase

 

How likely would you be to purchase this accessory?

  • The purchase price of $359 is a bit steep for my pocket, but I would gather it somehow as this is the best putter I have ever rolled on the green.

LOP Score: (9 of 15 points)

 

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Subjective Notes

 

Besides the roll of the putter, the grip chosen o go with the ER6 is amazing. It is the Winn 1.18 putter grip in a red/white styling that compliments the red putter Head.

 

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Conclusion & Final Score

If you get the chance to roll an Evnroll putter, please do not, because, if you do, you will not wish to roll another putter. It is absolutely the smoothest putting device made.

 

Total Score: (82 of 100)

 

 

That putter is definitely a looker!  I like the red however with a blue head, I would take er to bed :wub:    Do they come in different colors? 

 

The price is a bit steep however most of us have paid that much for a driver and a putter is just as important if not more so.

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That putter is definitely a looker! I like the red however with a blue head, I would take er to bed :wub: Do they come in different colors?

 

The price is a bit steep however most of us have paid that much for a driver and a putter is just as important if not more so.

Nope, no color options, but a few other head shapes are hitting the market in early 2017
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Nope, no color options, but a few other head shapes are hitting the market in early 2017

 

Thanks Joe.  

 

The different head shapes will definitely be interesting.   So far, I like the ER5 & the ER6 as I'm a mallet man.  Maybe a center shaft model is in the making.....  

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jlukes's Stage 2 Review

 

The ER2 will be staying in the bag for the 2017 as I don't see any reason to bag anything else.  It looks great, feels great, puts a great roll on the ball, and while I may not be able to measure the exact benefits of all the technology, I know how the technology works and that it is helping my putting.  I look forward to providing updates throughout the 2017 season on the performance I am seeing.  I encourage all readers to ask me as many questions as possible and I will do my best to answer them!

 

This ^^^^^^^ was one of the best reviews I have ever laid my eyes on.   Very through and thought out with facts to back performance.   I can tell a lot of work went into this review.

 

I found it refreshing that a 30g weight was located in the butt of the shaft for counterbalancing. I prefer the counter balanced feel so this info was what I was looking for. The cool thing being you could replace the grip without messing with the weight.  

 

You mentioned the longer distance putts were a bit tricky so it will be interesting as more time goes by how this pans out.   One of the things that I look for in a putter is the ability to lag well on the longer putts.

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This ^^^^^^^ was one of the best reviews I have ever laid my eyes on. Very through and thought out with facts to back performance. I can tell a lot of work went into this review.

 

I found it refreshing that a 30g weight was located in the butt of the shaft for counterbalancing. I prefer the counter balanced feel so this info was what I was looking for. The cool thing being you could replace the grip without messing with the weight.

 

You mentioned the longer distance putts were a bit tricky so it will be interesting as more time goes by how this pans out. One of the things that I look for in a putter is the ability to lag well on the longer putts.

Really appreciate the feedback!

 

As I mentioned, the lag putting, for me, definitely took some getting used to, mainly because I've never used that heavy of a putter or a counterbalanced putter. Once I got a feel for it (took about one full round and then a post round practice session on the putting green), it felt a lot of more natural. Everyone will have individual results I'm sure; some will have no trouble with it, some will have a learning curve like me, and I'm sure there will be a handful of people that just won't jive with the heavier putter

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I may have overlooked this however do all the putters being tested have the 30 gram counter balance in the grip?

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I may have overlooked this however do all the putters being tested have the 30 gram counter balance in the grip?

Based on their site it sounds like every head shape has a 30g counter weight in the butt of the shaft
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I may have overlooked this however do all the putters being tested have the 30 gram counter balance in the grip?

I remember reading in another review that you can order the putter with or without the counterbalance and with any of their head weights available if you give them a call. Very customizable but they all come with the counterbalanced grip if you order it standard.

 

 

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Great stage 2 Foz and jlukes. Sounds like a quality putter. Looking forward to the rest of the Stage 2s.

 

 

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That putter is definitely a looker!  I like the red however with a blue head, I would take er to bed :wub:    Do they come in different colors? 

 

The price is a bit steep however most of us have paid that much for a driver and a putter is just as important if not more so.

 

 

There is a Black Mallet coming out in 2017

 

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Evnroll Putter – Official MGS Forum Review by Fozcycle

 

Stage Two: Performance

 

Conclusion & Final Score

If you get the chance to roll an Evnroll putter, please do not, because, if you do, you will not wish to roll another putter.

It is absolutely the smoothest putting device made.

 

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Total Score

: (90 of 100)

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Great job Foz!   Smoothest putting device made says a lot for this bad boy..   I'm hoping the PGA Superstore has them so I can check out this puppy up close and personal.

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Love reading these, especially the background info. 

I love how RevKev's Stage 1 pic caught the FedEx guy walking away, like he was just waiting for the delivery.

 

I''ve been rolling a center shafted 2 ball mallet for a long time, but have a visual draw to stubby wider blades and widebodies lately. I love the look the Bellum Winmore El Gordo Mini, (but i think BW is gone now), as well as the Toulon Rochester, but recently rolled a Ricky Johnson Tour series and loved the feel, and those face balanced widebodies as soooooooo sweet. 

 

Looking forward to more stage 2s and 3s and maybe i'll get the chance to try one of these. 

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