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I bought an evnroll ER5B halfway through last season and really really want to love it. I do see the help I get from the milling pattern but it just doesn't feel comfortable in my hands. At first it felt too head heavy so I have been playing around with extra counterbalancing but then it just feels to heavy overall for me. For now, it has been put to the side for a Newport 3 and I may need to try out some of their smaller headed models once stores are open again.

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There’s a storm brewing in my bag...       Time to see who wins the spot!     Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

Guess I'm getting a new putter in the near future: https://www.instagram.com/p/By8pd4jl_-q/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet  

Here are a couple of threads you might want to check out.  I think I got them in there properly.

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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. 

Alpine, UT

 

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Driver: Callaway GBB Epic, Diamana M+ 50g Stiff Shaft

3W: Cleveland FL3W, Miyasaki 43g Stiff Shaft

4 Hybrid: Taylormade SLDR Fujikura? Stiff Shaft

4i: Mizuno MP-H5, KBS Tour C-Taper Lite 110 S Shaft 

5i-PW: Mizuno MP-25, KBS Tour C-Taper Lite 110 S Shaft

Wedges: 50, 54, 58 degree Mizuno T7 Blue Anodized, Dynamic Gold Wedge Flex Shaft

Putter: EVNROLL ER7, Custom Fit 35", 71 degree lie angle and 1 degree of loft

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2 minutes ago, 70445 said:

Are any of the putters face balanced to suit a SB stroke?  Straight back and through?

ER6 is about 12 degrees toe down and I am pretty sure the ER10 is face balanced.     Several are in the 20-25 degree range.    

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Wedge:  :cleveland-small: 588 54-14, 58-12
Putter:  :odyssey-small: Ten S      Backups:  :bobby-grace-1: 6330,   :EVNROLL: ER2.2,  

 

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I would be on my second evnroll if they would out a short slant neck on one of the mallets-  preferably er7 lol

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I like the idea of Evnroll but the problem is there is not a fitter in my area.  Wish they were in more stores so that I could try them out.  

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I have played over 15 years playing the same custom fit putter.  It is toe up balanced.  I love using it.  I read about the Evnroll putters here on Mgs and the face tech was a must try.  I bought an Er3 without a fitting.  After about 30 rounds I contacted my custom putters maker.  I asked him to build me a new putter using the Er3 head.  Well to say the least it was a lot to ask and when it came back I hated the way it looked.   

I still wanted to try Evnroll.  I loved the tech of the face and the feel.  I just have played a toe up putter for so ling.  I contacted Evnroll and asked if I could get them to mill my putters face for a price.  Guerin Rife wrote me back and very nicely told NO.  

I bought an ER 8.3 because I loved the look, again I didn't get fit.  The ER 8.3 has been in my bag for about 30 rounds .  I LOVE the look at set up and the way it feels.  I have practiced about 100 hours and tried several different stances and setups.  I have such an ingrained feel for my toe up balanced custom putter I made the decision to switch back to the only putter I ever was fitted to.

 

After paying about $650 on Evnroll putters I can only conclude they are great putters but at $360 each you are a fool to buy one without being professionally fit!!!

Buying putters without fitting is a constant expense unless you either get lucky or don't mind missing putts!!!

 

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Putter: Scotty Camron Special Select Fastback 1.5  Stock pistol grip 34"

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I have played over 15 years playing the same custom fit putter.  It is toe up balanced.  I love using it.  I read about the Evnroll putters here on Mgs and the face tech was a must try.  I bought an Er3 without a fitting.  After about 30 rounds I contacted my custom putters maker.  I asked him to build me a new putter using the Er3 head.  Well to say the least it was a lot to ask and when it came back I hated the way it looked.   
I still wanted to try Evnroll.  I loved the tech of the face and the feel.  I just have played a toe up putter for so ling.  I contacted Evnroll and asked if I could get them to mill my putters face for a price.  Guerin Rife wrote me back and very nicely told NO.  
I bought an ER 8.3 because I loved the look, again I didn't get fit.  The ER 8.3 has been in my bag for about 30 rounds .  I LOVE the look at set up and the way it feels.  I have practiced about 100 hours and tried several different stances and setups.  I have such an ingrained feel for my toe up balanced custom putter I made the decision to switch back to the only putter I ever was fitted to.
 
After paying about $650 on Evnroll putters I can only conclude they are great putters but at $360 each you are a fool to buy one without being professionally fit!!!
Buying putters without fitting is a constant expense unless you either get lucky or don't mind missing putts!!!
 
GET FIT

Great point. Any putter should be fit to the player. Evnroll is about the face milling to help equalize
distance on mishits. It the putter doesn’t fit your stroke you will still struggle with your putting. I am a firm believer that the grooves work, but you still need to select the right model.
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                :titelist-small: 915H  21*  w/KBS Tour Graphite Hybrid Prototype
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Irons:      :srixon-small: 765 6-AW with KBS Tour shafts
Wedge:  :cleveland-small: 588 54-14, 58-12
Putter:  :odyssey-small: Ten S      Backups:  :bobby-grace-1: 6330,   :EVNROLL: ER2.2,  

 

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You also need to consider loft when transitioning to EVNROLL if you are used to playing plain milled faces, you can reduce loft by 1-2 degrees and still get adequate lift with EVNROLL. I had one adjusted to 4 degrees and it turned into a chipper 🙂 

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I have a beautiful ER 8.3 available 34" with a gravity grip.  Make me an offer and it is yours. 

Driver: Callaway Epic Flash 10.5 * Accra Tour Z TZ6 55 M3 pure 

Fairways: Callaway Mavrick 15*  19*  Accra FX 2.0-100F M3 pure  

Hybrid: Callaway Mavrick 4 Hybrid Accra FX 2.0-100H60 M3 pure  

PXG Gen 3 0311 P 5-Gap  Fujikura Pro 75 REG pure

RTX 4  54/12 Black  Fujikura Pro 75 REG pure

Callaway Jaws 58/10 X grind raw  Fujikura Pro 75 REG pure

Putter: Scotty Camron Special Select Fastback 1.5  Stock pistol grip 34"

Ball: Callaway Chrome Soft Truvis USA Ball

All clubs have Winn Dri-Tac Wraps oversized

 

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I’ve got the ER10 Outback in the bag and love it. Some will hate the look because it’s a huge mallet, but I’ve never had a putter that better shows the line.  All I have to do is focus on distance since it’s so easy to start the ball on line.  Still have good and bad days with the putter, but had 24 putts Saturday due to my confidence with the ER10 and their technology. 

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Since Evnroll first came out I’ve gamed the ER5, ER2, ER8 and am now getting ready to put a recently acquired ER1.2 in play (if warm weather ever comes to Upstate NY!). When struck on the sweet spot, it feels more responsive to me than any of the aforementioned. Looking forward to see how it performs on real grass!
On getting fit: Real club fitters are few and far between in my neck of the woods if they exist at all.
One day, I went into the Golf Galaxy and asked the two guys standing near the putter area and asked them how to get fit for a putter. They looked a bit puzzled so I said “ You know...length, lie, loft...”  one of the guys said “Oh, It’s whatever’s comfortable” then the other guy said “ Yea, whatever’s comfortable”  That was it...! The GG instant putter fitting! What a concept! 😝

 

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Since Evnroll first came out I’ve gamed the ER5, ER2, ER8 and am now getting ready to put a recently acquired ER1.2 in play (if warm weather ever comes to Upstate NY!). When struck on the sweet spot, it feels more responsive to me than any of the aforementioned. Looking forward to see how it performs on real grass!
On getting fit: Real club fitters are few and far between in my neck of the woods if they exist at all.
One day, I went into the Golf Galaxy and asked the two guys standing near the putter area and asked them how to get fit for a putter. They looked a bit puzzled so I said “ You know...length, lie, loft...”  one of the guys said “Oh, It’s whatever’s comfortable” then the other guy said “ Yea, whatever’s comfortable”  That was it...! The GG instant putter fitting! What a concept!
 

Yikes! Haha I had a putter fitting last year. It was awesome to see my path and face and loft changing as we tried different things even if they were all “comfortable” in some way or another.


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I can only imagine...! One problem I can see... if I get fitted and find “the one”, buying and selling putter after putter trying to find “the one” will stop. This behavior has become an obsession that I find kind of fun! Kind of like a hobby! 

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I can only imagine...! One problem I can see... if I get fitted and find “the one”, buying and selling putter after putter trying to find “the one” will stop. This behavior has become an obsession that I find kind of fun! Kind of like a hobby! 

Naaaa you just know how to order your next one!

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1 hour ago, B.Boston said:


Yikes! Haha I had a putter fitting last year. It was awesome to see my path and face and loft changing as we tried different things even if they were all “comfortable” in some way or another.


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Naaaa you just know how to order your next one!

That’s why I have this battle going on right now:59164911-3C2E-40FC-BCFE-E13938C90C64.jpg

Nice! I’ve got a older gun-metal Newport...one of the few I leave out of the sales! 

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Nice! 
Nice! I’ve got a older gun-metal Newport...one of the few I leave out of the sales! 

It’s funny. I really like the clean top line of the Newport, but also like the alignment and dots on the evnroll.

I like that both of them have softer lines and rounded bumpers compared to the Newport 2 style Ansers. 7D0F2111-AD25-488B-A4BE-BE4F7B15D300.jpg

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17 minutes ago, B.Boston said:


It’s funny. I really like the clean top line of the Newport, but also like the alignment and dots on the evnroll.

I like that both of them have softer lines and rounded bumpers compared to the Newport 2 style Ansers. 7D0F2111-AD25-488B-A4BE-BE4F7B15D300.jpg

Yes, always have preferred the original Anser style over the Anser2/Newport2. I think that’s why I’m liking the ER1.2 a lot.

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Yes, always have preferred the original Anser style over the Anser2/Newport2. I think that’s why I’m liking the ER1.2 a lot.

When I played with the 1.2 in the store it seemed really long to me. But I’m wondering if it’s just because it was the light finish. The ER2B is basically the same size as my newport from heel to toe.

Do you know if it is really longer? Or was it just optics?


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48 minutes ago, B.Boston said:


When I played with the 1.2 in the store it seemed really long to me. But I’m wondering if it’s just because it was the light finish. The ER2B is basically the same size as my newport from heel to toe.

Do you know if it is really longer? Or was it just optics?


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Just measured the ER1.2...4 1/2 “ long across the face..my 1996-7 Newport is 4 3/8”. Don’t own the ER2 anymore to measure. 

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