Evnroll Putters-- Amazing!!!

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  • timbo08timbo08 Members Posts: 2,075 ✭✭
    Jrweber77 wrote:

    Yeah, not Evnroll’s fault here.
    i am not blaming Evnroll. I learned a lesson to always check my bag now. I’m just comparing customer service. Cobra’s customer service is excellent. I was hoping Evnroll would do the same, understanding they didn’t owe me anything. I love my ER1. Best putter I have ever owned and am proud using their product. While playing, many golfers see the Evnroll putter cover and ask me what kind of putter it is. They hit a couple putts and want one! I’ve had several people buy an Evnroll. Now they won’t notice their unique putter cover to spark up conversation.
    Jrweber77 wrote:

    Yeah, not Evnroll’s fault here.
    i am not blaming Evnroll. I learned a lesson to always check my bag now. I’m just comparing customer service. Cobra’s customer service is excellent. I was hoping Evnroll would do the same, understanding they didn’t owe me anything. I love my ER1. Best putter I have ever owned and am proud using their product. While playing, many golfers see the Evnroll putter cover and ask me what kind of putter it is. They hit a couple putts and want one! I’ve had several people buy an Evnroll. Now they won’t notice their unique putter cover to spark up conversation.




    Shouldn't your club or course be paying for the new headcover? I think there is a bit of a confusion with customer service here and some sense of obligation for a company to fix someone else's mistake?
  • smb4uasmb4ua Members Posts: 143 ✭✭
    Speaking of headcovers, the one on my ER5 I got a couple weeks ago is the highest quality one I've ever seen from an OEM. I understand them not giving them away.
  • Jrweber77Jrweber77 Webz59 Members Posts: 163 ✭✭
    timbo08 wrote:
    Jrweber77 wrote:

    Yeah, not Evnroll’s fault here.
    i am not blaming Evnroll. I learned a lesson to always check my bag now. I’m just comparing customer service. Cobra’s customer service is excellent. I was hoping Evnroll would do the same, understanding they didn’t owe me anything. I love my ER1. Best putter I have ever owned and am proud using their product. While playing, many golfers see the Evnroll putter cover and ask me what kind of putter it is. They hit a couple putts and want one! I’ve had several people buy an Evnroll. Now they won’t notice their unique putter cover to spark up conversation.
    Jrweber77 wrote:

    Yeah, not Evnroll’s fault here.
    i am not blaming Evnroll. I learned a lesson to always check my bag now. I’m just comparing customer service. Cobra’s customer service is excellent. I was hoping Evnroll would do the same, understanding they didn’t owe me anything. I love my ER1. Best putter I have ever owned and am proud using their product. While playing, many golfers see the Evnroll putter cover and ask me what kind of putter it is. They hit a couple putts and want one! I’ve had several people buy an Evnroll. Now they won’t notice their unique putter cover to spark up conversation.




    Shouldn't your club or course be paying for the new headcover? I think there is a bit of a confusion with customer service here and some sense of obligation for a company to fix someone else's mistake?
    Lenny, who is 80 years old, is the bag drop guy. He is a wonderful guy, a friend, and has some health issues. I’m not going to tell the General Manager at my club that Lenny did this as they’ll fire the guy. I choose not rat him out, but learned a lesson to check my bag always going forward. I simply wrote to Evnroll and Cobra about the situation, not expecting anything. Cobra is sending me headcovers at no charge. Evnroll isn’t. It’s that simple
  • PreppySlapCutPreppySlapCut This is just babytown frolics... Members Posts: 6,393 ✭✭
    Again, as long as you’re not holding them in a negative light for not giving you free stuff, do your thing. Mistakes happen. We’ve all been there. As someone who had to work his way up the ladder I’ve been the cart guy and I’ve managed the cart guy. I can’t imagine ANYONE getting fired over something like that, so I wouldn’t worry.



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  • hawkgolferhawkgolfer Members Posts: 99 ✭✭
    Love the ER2. Distance control is amazing, rolls consistently, and just frames the ball perfectly at address!
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    How to chose between mallet or blade?
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  • Jab3384Jab3384 Members Posts: 641
    I lost my marker and emailed them about a replacement. After a couple email exchanges, I received an invoice for 4 markers for $10... And the makers showed up a few days later. Ya, a free replacement would have been nice... But I thought the $10 was quite fair.
  • Green ValleyGreen Valley Members Posts: 770 ✭✭
    any reviews on the ER9?
  • SkhackerSkhacker The Minimalist Golfer Members Posts: 1,476 ✭✭
    Rolled the ER1.2 in GolfTown the other day and really liked it, especially the pistol grip. Anybody know what grips they use?
  • Jrweber77Jrweber77 Webz59 Members Posts: 163 ✭✭
  • Rory4PresRory4Pres Members Posts: 913 ✭✭
    RodC wrote:


    How to chose between mallet or blade?




    Get both.
  • dsmildsmil Members Posts: 569 ✭✭
    edited May 11, 2018 #1093
    Question about the Evnroll putters. I know that they claim zero dispersion but the demonstrations are all done around 25 ft. Because of the gearing built in, is it possible that toe hits finish slightly right of heel hits at <25 ft and slightly left of heel hits at >25 ft? I'm thinking that distance control is helped at all distances but the gearing is the most advantageous around 25 ft. Am I wrong?
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  • Z1ggy16Z1ggy16 Members Posts: 7,259 ✭✭
    dsmil wrote:


    Question about the Evnroll putters. I know that they claim zero dispersion but the demonstrations are all done around 25 ft. Because of the gearing built in, is it possible that toe hits finish slightly right of heel hits at <25 ft and slightly left of heel hits at >25 ft? I'm thinking that distance control is helped at all distances but the gearing is the most advantageous around 25 ft. Am I wrong?


    The gearing is negligible and I'm pretty sure is a myth started by ****.
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  • Armour248Armour248 Members Posts: 404 ✭✭
    Z1ggy16 wrote:


    The gearing is negligible and I'm pretty sure is a myth started by ****.




    I've purchased and sold three Evnroll putters so I'm in no way a brand ambassador...but there are other third party tests that show there is some level of distance control gear effect. Other putter manufacturers have similar groove concepts and claims. It doesn't mean it's the best putter for everyone, and the impact of the grooves is certainly debatable, but it really depends on each individual person.



    Does anyone know if the PGATSS locations have gotten any CS models? Seems like they rarely moved any Evnroll putters and their inventory was stagnant...not sure if they even bothered to order the new models or not.
  • MrFlapjackMrFlapjack Members Posts: 2,597 ✭✭
    They going to make a harder milled version? They feel too soft for my liking.
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  • dcfasdcfas Tempus Fugit Members Posts: 859 ✭✭
    I have a Rife putter. It replaced my SC Newport. Would love to get the Evnroll but cannot justify the $$$. My Rife was on sale at GG for under a hundred bucks. Love it.
  • DFinchDFinch Members Posts: 1,373 ✭✭
    I bought an ER8 off the BST last week. After a week of daily practice green time and one round, I’m firmly in the honeymoon period. Easy alignment, soft feel, forgiving face, intuitive (to me) distance control. I tend to putt too aggressively so the “short” tendency of aggressive grooves helps my pace.



    Made a bunch of 6’-15’ putts on the course today.



    Love everything about it.



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  • NevinWNevinW Las VegasClubWRX Posts: 1,113 ClubWRX
    After struggling with lag putting on Saturday with the face-on putter, I brought the Evnroll out on Sunday with the intention of using it for lag putting and the face-on for short putts. Despite having money on the line, the hassle factor of using two putters was so annoying that I just went with the Evnroll. I have to say that I didn't three putt all day and I made most of my 3-7 footers that trouble me so much ( I feel for Jason Dufner!). It does seem that there is something to distance control with these putters on the lag putts. Didn't make any long ones but I usually putt much worse. I think I am going to keep it in the bag for a while.
  • MSUIRONDAWGSMSUIRONDAWGS Members Posts: 748 ✭✭
    DFinch wrote:


    I bought an ER8 off the BST last week. After a week of daily practice green time and one round, I’m firmly in the honeymoon period. Easy alignment, soft feel, forgiving face, intuitive (to me) distance control. I tend to putt too aggressively so the “short” tendency of aggressive grooves helps my pace.



    Made a bunch of 6’-15’ putts on the course today.



    Love everything about it.




    Bought an ER8 today from the SS. Had it extended to 36.5" and ready to rock this puppy out! All the gushing on here finally made me cave in and try one LOL.
  • flog2flog2 Members Posts: 2,161
    tempted but they are as expensive as a Scotty Cameron- are they that good?
  • HotdoctaHotdocta Members Posts: 241 ✭✭
    flog2 wrote:


    tempted but they are as expensive as a Scotty Cameron- are they that good?




    Yes, very good. I had Newport 2 for the last 5 years. My putting is noticeabley better with er1.2. Biggest change I see is distance control
  • MiddlerMiddler Members Posts: 366
    edited May 16, 2018 #1103
    flog2 wrote:


    tempted but they are as expensive as a Scotty Cameron- are they that good?
    I like my Evnroll far better than any Scotty Cameron. In fairness I have only used a Scotty in various stores, I’ve never been tempted to buy one though I have tried many, just never been than impressed with how they feel and perform. Great looks and well made, but feel and performance are deciding factors for me at least. And of course, what works for any of us is partly in your head, what you believe works will work best.



    You could say Evnroll is overpriced simply because they’re not paying big endorsement contracts like SC, yet they charge as much as SC. Again, the Evnroll works for me so I’m willing to pay the price somewhat begrudgingly.
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  • bhj83bhj83 Kansas City, KSMembers Posts: 757 ✭✭
    flog2 wrote:
    tempted but they are as expensive as a Scotty Cameron- are they that good?


    Is a Scotty Cameron THAT good?
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  • SkhackerSkhacker The Minimalist Golfer Members Posts: 1,476 ✭✭
    Tried the 10K in GolfTown today and was actually quite impressed with the feel for a big mallet. Only had the slant neck version but would like to try the plumber neck too.
  • reider69reider69 Members Posts: 615 ✭✭
    I was looking at the Evnroll website at different head shapes and styles and did not see any flow neck options. Also, I prefer a #9 shape and most of the midsize options are square shaped and not rounded.

    Is a flow neck an option with Evnroll and what would be closest version to a #9? Thanks in advance for any help on this.
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  • crazygolfnutcrazygolfnut CrazyGolfNut Members Posts: 1,176 ✭✭
    I would like to replace my Rife putters. Is there a chart anywhere describing if the Evnroll putters are face balanced, toe hang, etc.?
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  • mmowen01mmowen01 MichiganMembers Posts: 293 ✭✭


    I would like to replace my Rife putters. Is there a chart anywhere describing if the Evnroll putters are face balanced, toe hang, etc.?




    On the website choose a model and expand the details tab. Towards the bottom it has the “balance” and gives you the degrees of toe hang.
  • DHarryDHarry Members Posts: 202 ✭✭
    edited May 19, 2018 #1109
    I apologise in advance if that has been touched on already in this thread.

    I am not saying that any equipment I use must be tour proven but does anyone in the worlds top 200 use one of these putters? Many tour pros are not contracted to use a specific putter and as a result, you see many of them using Odyssey, PING, Scotty Cameron, Taylormade, Cleveland, Bettinardi, Seemore, Edel etc putters. I am making this point as I feel that it negates any they are being paid to use this putter argument.

    The **** testing has also stated that they have performed very well the last 2 years. I just find it strange that not many on an elite level are gravitating towards them. I also do not buy the argument that these will be more suited to amateurs cause we hit the sweet spot less much less than pros. All the putters companies claim now that their technology compensates for mishits.

    I think they look great and they do not feel bad but I am struggling to buy into the hype.



    Harry
  • NRJyzrNRJyzr Allez Allez Allez Minnesota, USAMembers Posts: 6,281 ✭✭
    DHarry wrote:


    I apologise in advance if that has been touched on already in this thread.

    I am not saying that any equipment I use must be tour proven but does anyone in the worlds top 200 use one of these putters? Many tour pros are not contracted to use a specific putter and as a result, you see many of them using Odyssey, PING, Scotty Cameron, Taylormade, Cleveland, Bettinardi, Seemore, Edel etc putters. I am making this point as I feel that it negates any they are being paid to use this putter argument.

    The **** testing has also stated that they have performed very well the last 2 years. I just find it strange that not many on an elite level are gravitating towards them. I also do not buy the argument that these will be more suited to amateurs cause we hit the sweet spot less much less than pros. All the putters companies claim now that their technology compensates for mishits.

    I think they look great and they do not feel bad but I am struggling to buy into the hype.



    Harry




    Pro Tour usage is determined by one thing, money. Many, maybe most, tour players won't use anything without being compensated for said use. The examples such as Duff Daddy using irons from National Custom Works are few and far between.



    TM drivers? Money. Titleist golf balls? Money. Footjoy shoes? Money. Cameron putters? Yep, money.



    Never pay attention to tour usage to validate a club. The only thing it validates is the depth of that company's endorsement budget.
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  • nosilnosil Members Posts: 792 ✭✭
    DHarry wrote:


    also do not buy the argument that these will be more suited to amateurs cause we hit the sweet spot less much less than pros. All the putters companies claim now that their technology compensates for mishits.




    There are only 3 companies that have face milling that is supposed to compensate for off center hits: EvnRoll, Cleveland, and Ping. I have tested all three and I would say the EvnRoll is the best of them all. As to why PGA tour pros don't used them that much, my opinion is as follows. The putter grooves are designed to reduce ball speed on center hits to help make impact across the face more consistent. Tour pros are very particular about ball speed coming off the putter and the slower speed of the Evnroll probably doesn't appeal to them since they don't want to have to change their stroke to hit the ball a particular distance.
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