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Hello!

I have a question for you guys.  I recently purchased a 34" Evnroll ER7 with stock red and white grip... When I unboxed it I realized the head weight is 355 grams.  I went online and checked the stock weight is supposed to be 370.  The 35" version is a 355g head.  It seems that this putter might have been cut down and regripped.

 

My question....

How would the that affect the performance?  I am interested in putting on a super stroke grip.  Would you suggest I look into a countercore weight to balance it out?

 

Thanks for any help you might be able to provide 

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At 34" I think a 340 gram head makes for a well balanced finished putter. 

If you've got a 34" shaft with a 355 gram head the putter may feel heavy to you. Try it and see if you like it.

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20 hours ago, RCB06 said:

Hello!

I have a question for you guys.  I recently purchased a 34" Evnroll ER7 with stock red and white grip... When I unboxed it I realized the head weight is 355 grams.  I went online and checked the stock weight is supposed to be 370.  The 35" version is a 355g head.  It seems that this putter might have been cut down and regripped.

 

My question....

How would the that affect the performance?  I am interested in putting on a super stroke grip.  Would you suggest I look into a countercore weight to balance it out?

 

Thanks for any help you might be able to provide 

 

Nothing wrong with that. There is no correct swing weight for a putter. Whatever is comfortable and repeatable for YOU is correct.

 

What do you typically play? Is there a certain swing weight you're looking for?

 

A countercore weight in the butt/grip end will make the head feel lighter actually. It will not replace the 'missing' head weight in the way you might be thinking.

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Good advice above...At 34", 355g is closer to a standard head weight than 370. For example, if you purchased a new Scotty Newport at 34", the head weight is 353g. IMO, 370g is too heavy at 34" IMO.

 

I wish EVNROLL offered 3 weights at 350, 360, 370. I like 360g at 33" and can't get that from EVNROLL which is why I don't have one. 355g just a little too light and 370g toooo heavy.

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