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I got an ER2 with 3 dots (33 inch) because I found the 34 inch too light and I was putting lights out at the store with the 33. Played today and had 20 putts on the 18 on the back- had a little trouble with the heft and lag putts. Felt better on the back and my expectations were not too high as I didn’t practice with it on real greens.
 

So what I’m wondering is if I lengthen it an inch that should bring the swing weight down a bit? Or should I go back to the store and get the 34? Of course I could just practice more and get used to the 370 gram head- I wanted the extra weight because I love the gravity grip and the 355 gram felt too light. I’m leaning toward practice, practice, proactive- my only worry is that I won’t be able to exchange it for the 34 inch in 2 weeks. 

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Having an two dot ER5 extended to 35” has been a noticeable improvement for me (changed grip too), I’m putting much better than I did when it was a stock 34” with GG. For other readers, it may vary for different Evnroll models but I thought head weights were/are 33”-385g, 34”-370g, 35”-355g but not positive.

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For those who may be curious, per Evnroll: Weight – Tour preferred swingweight at each length. One Dot @ 35”, Two Dots @ 34”, Three Dots @ 33”.

 

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2 hours ago, DukeStKing said:

I got an ER2 with 3 dots (33 inch) because I found the 34 inch too light and I was putting lights out at the store with the 33. Played today and had 20 putts on the 18 on the back- had a little trouble with the heft and lag putts. Felt better on the back and my expectations were not too high as I didn’t practice with it on real greens.
 

So what I’m wondering is if I lengthen it an inch that should bring the swing weight down a bit? Or should I go back to the store and get the 34? Of course I could just practice more and get used to the 370 gram head- I wanted the extra weight because I love the gravity grip and the 355 gram felt too light. I’m leaning toward practice, practice, proactive- my only worry is that I won’t be able to exchange it for the 34 inch in 2 weeks. 

Lengthening the putter will increase the swing weight and technically makes it feel heavier 

So if you want it to feel lighter just go with the lighter head 

As for length, don’t use length to play with swing weight. Length should be fit for your  stance/stroke. Find the length that is most comfortable and adjust head weight based on what feels best for you

If you want a 33” putter with the two dot (370) or one dot (355) the you can order a custom putter from Evnroll

One Dot 355

Two Dot 370

Three Dot 385

 

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1 hour ago, Golfspy_Lukes said:

Lengthening the putter will increase the swing weight and technically makes it feel heavier 

So if you want it to feel lighter just go with the lighter head 

As for length, don’t use length to play with swing weight. Length should be fit for your  stance/stroke. Find the length that is most comfortable and adjust head weight based on what feels best for you

If you want a 33” putter with the two dot (370) or one dot (355) the you can order a custom putter from Evnroll

One Dot 355

Two Dot 370

Three Dot 385

 

Thanks.

3 dots are 385? No wonder it feels so heavy. I thought it was supposed to be 370? 
 

I may go back to the store. 

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3 Wood: Ping 410; Mitsubishi Tensei Orange

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8 hours ago, Golfspy_Lukes said:

Lengthening the putter will increase the swing weight and technically makes it feel heavier 

So if you want it to feel lighter just go with the lighter head 

As for length, don’t use length to play with swing weight. Length should be fit for your  stance/stroke. Find the length that is most comfortable and adjust head weight based on what feels best for you

If you want a 33” putter with the two dot (370) or one dot (355) the you can order a custom putter from Evnroll

One Dot 355

Two Dot 370

Three Dot 385

 

Just double checked about a custom order and the site listed the following weights:

 

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7 Wood: Callaway Steelhead

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9 hours ago, Middler said:

Having an two dot ER5 extended to 35” has been a noticeable improvement for me (changed grip too), I’m putting much better than I did when it was a stock 34” with GG. For other readers, it may vary for different Evnroll models but I thought head weights were/are 33”-385g, 34”-370g, 35”-355g but not positive.

 

Looks like it’s this:

 

 

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6 minutes ago, DukeStKing said:

Looks like it’s this:

 

 

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Ah. I know it is different for the V series

 

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9 minutes ago, Golfspy_Lukes said:

Ah. I know it is different for the V series

 

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Ahhh- v series. Tricky Evnroll! 😜

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My ER2 is 370 and 33” with a Gravity Grip.

Works terrific for me.

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Putter: 33”   Evnroll ER2 w/Evnroll Gravity Grip 

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1 hour ago, fozcycle said:

My ER2 is 370 and 33” with a Gravity Grip.

Works terrific for me.

Glad you still like it!

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So I went with the ER2v (mid slant) at 34 inches (2 dots) with the Tour Tac grip. I love the idea of the V series, because I want to get a midlock shaft. The 34 inch feels great and not having the gravity grip reduces the overall weight. Still may swing canto the gravity grip but for now the pistol feels good. 

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My original ER 3 is 385 grams but I was told by an Evnroll rep that they felt that was too heavy and were no longer making heads that weight. When I purchased an ER 7CS I could only get it with a 370 g head. (Bought the mallett once it was available as they only originally had blades). Took me awhile to get used to the lighter head and even put lead weights on it for a month or so but now use at 370g.

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I'm going to be honest with you-I like a heavy headed putter. Even though Evnroll specs said, it weighed  370 grams, I didn't feel that and returned it. I eventually went to one, of the new Cobras, with I love.

Christopher J Kim

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I guess the hosel will make the 2 dot ER2v weigh 370? 

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I bought a used Armlock shaft for my ER2 V (2 dots) and I know that the Armlock heads are 3 dots (185 grams). So I’m thinking of pouring tungsten powder down shaft to bring the weight up 15 grams. Anyone see a problem with that plan? 

Driver: Ping 425 Max; Rogue White 70

3 Wood: Ping 410; Mitsubishi Tensei Orange

7 Wood: Callaway Steelhead

3, 5-7 Irons: Callaway Apex 19

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I think . . . heavier weight improves accuracy on my short putts but I putt cross handed and very little arc, a face balanced big heavy Scotty Futura X and a lighter Musty wood mallet.  The Musty being lighter, I don't control it as well on short putts.  But putting is so individual, your height, weight, length of arms, legs, waste, neck, curve of neck, etc.  Try a buncha, and PRACTICE a lot.   

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Couple comments.

1) The image of ER2B on a scale suggest that different hosels weight the same.  It seems unlikely that a "Long Plumber" will weigh the same as a "short slant", for example..  

2)The image of the website.  I cannot find it either at the ".com" link or ".ca".  Moreover, if I search "340" or "355"  it only shows ER10 weight kit.  Perhaps the website change?

3)Those weights listed above are clearly lower than what had become the EVNROLL standard of 355 / 370 / 385.  Any thoughts on why?

Personally, I would welcome a 340 gram blade (that I would cut down to 34") with ER technology, but that is just me.

 

 

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For future reference. 

I bought an ER1v black one light grey dot.  Headweight with no hosel but with screw 319 grams.  (Screw weight 4 grams) -- roughly in line with photo above for 2 dot.

Decided to replace shaft.  Headweight with hosel came in at 355 grams. 

Fortunately, the BGT Tour shaft I pulled from another eBay mistake club brought the overall weight in line with my preferences.  Love the club. 😀

 

  

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