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I am about to purchase an EVNROLL ER2 putter. The problem is I don't live anywhere close enough to actually try one and get fitted for one. I am basically doing a fitting through text and email with the rep at EVNROLL. I currently use a Ping Scottsdale TR Anser 2 B 35". I am 5'9 and The rep has seen the attached videos. I am hoping that someone here will be able to either verify what he is saying or help me get a good length and lie putter. See the videos below. Please help me!!

 

P.S. He says I need a 33" putter and 2 degrees flat.

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I was kind of amazed when Guerin Rife was able to fit me over the phone.  He asked a few questions - height, posture, hand position, right or left eye dominant (left) and a couple of other things - and he came back with some specs. Checked them against an in-depth Edel fitting I had two years prior and THEY WERE SPOT ON!

 

Not sure who you spoke with at EvnRoll - if it was Guerin, the guy knows putters and I'd trust his judgment. 

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I was kind of amazed when Guerin Rife was able to fit me over the phone. He asked a few questions - height, posture, hand position, right or left eye dominant (left) and a couple of other things - and he came back with some specs. Checked them against an in-depth Edel fitting I had two years prior and THEY WERE SPOT ON!

 

Not sure who you spoke with at EvnRoll - if it was Guerin, the guy knows putters and I'd trust his judgment.

What he said!
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At 5'9" I am pretty sure that 35" putter is too long, so I would agree with a 33"  As for lie angle, that depends on your setup, whether your eyes are over the ball, and your stroke.  I'm not sure how you do that over text and email.  Maybe if you sent him a video.

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At 5'9" I am pretty sure that 35" putter is too long, so I would agree with a 33" As for lie angle, that depends on your setup, whether your eyes are over the ball, and your stroke. I'm not sure how you do that over text and email. Maybe if you sent him a video.

I found that the ping putting app gives a lot of input that you could use for a fitting (regardless of brand) and above and beyond the details you've already given or were asked.

 

 

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At 5'9" I am pretty sure that 35" putter is too long, so I would agree with a 33" As for lie angle, that depends on your setup, whether your eyes are over the ball, and your stroke. I'm not sure how you do that over text and email. Maybe if you sent him a video.

I sent him three videos but can't figure how to post them here I have a slight arc and the toe of my putter was up but wondering how much of that is because of the 35"

 

 

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I was kind of amazed when Guerin Rife was able to fit me over the phone. He asked a few questions - height, posture, hand position, right or left eye dominant (left) and a couple of other things - and he came back with some specs. Checked them against an in-depth Edel fitting I had two years prior and THEY WERE SPOT ON!

 

Not sure who you spoke with at EvnRoll - if it was Guerin, the guy knows putters and I'd trust his judgment.

Well the guy was awesome no doubt I know it wasn't Guerin himself I guess I have to just trust it he saw three videos one from back two from side one of those was slow motion

 

 

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Well the guy was awesome no doubt I know it wasn't Guerin himself I guess I have to just trust it he saw three videos one from back two from side one of those was slow motion

 

 

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If I am using a 35 but really need a 33 wouldn't using the 35 pull the toe up

 

 

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If I am using a 35 but really need a 33 wouldn't using the 35 pull the toe up

 

 

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All depends on your posture and hand position.  I too had a phone fitting with Evnroll and they nailed it on the head. 

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I sent him three videos but can't figure how to post them here I have a slight arc and the toe of my putter was up but wondering how much of that is because of the 35"

 

 

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I would honestly trust the Evnroll folks over anyone here, but if you want to post videos here, you will need to upload them to youtube and then post the links here

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Hmm too be honest, without being able to see where your hands are on the putter, where your hands are in relation to your body, and your posture, I am not sure how anybody could provide you with any insight.

 

My guess is they fit your length based on the measurements you provided - and went 2 degrees flat to account for the shorter putter.

 

 

FYI I was fit into an ER2, 34" 1 degree flat and I am 5'11

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Hmm too be honest, without being able to see where your hands are on the putter, where your hands are in relation to your body, and your posture, I am not sure how anybody could provide you with any insight.

 

My guess is they fit your length based on the measurements you provided - and went 2 degrees flat to account for the shorter putter.

 

 

FYI I was fit into an ER2, 34" 1 degree flat and I am 5'11

Ok thanks I guess they know what they are doing how do you like the ER2

 

 

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The one thing that was one of the biggest takeaways for me in my phone ffittimg with Guerrin was when he said " phon should use the shortest putter you can comfortably putt with".

 

This came about when I asked about going to a 36 or 38 inch putter from my current 35 as I'm 6'5" and thought I might need a longer putter to stand more erect with.

 

As a result I stayed with 35". A 34" was just to hard on my back.

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I'm 5' 11" (shrunk an inch the last couple of years) and went to a 32" putter.  I had a 34" but my elbows were bent rather than hanging loose below my shoulders.  Now I can swing  my putter using shoulder movement like a pendulum.  When my elbows were bent, I was never getting into the same position and putting line and speed was erratic.

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How often do y'all play is it worth the cost if I only play once every two weeks?

 

 

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