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Evnroll adds 3 putters to lineup for 2017



At the 2016 PGA Merchandise Show, Evnroll introduced a line of technology-driven milled putters. Following a successful initial campaign, the company’s unique face-milling pattern finds its way into a trio of new flatsticks for the 2017: the ER3 Wing Blade, ER7 Full Mallet and ER8 Tour Mallet.

  • The ER3 Wing Blade positions mass away from center with flare to the heel/toe.
  • The ER7 Mallet distributes weight symmetrically and has strong center sight lines.
  • The ER8 Tour Mallet is a more compact heel-and-toe weighted model.

The three putters are CNC milled from 303 stainless steel and hand-finished in Carlsbad, California.

ER3 Wing Blade



ER7 Mallet

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ER8 Tour Mallet

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Evnroll putters are designed by putter guru Guerin Rife. They use a face-milling pattern that causes the ball to roll “virtually the same distance from center and off-center hits,” according to the company.

“This is by far the most performance-enhancing technology I have ever brought to market,” Guerin Rife says.

Evnroll putters also feature LineAlign technology: two small, unpainted dots on either side of the center sightline.

“This provides the golfer a subtle alignment reference for consistent lie angle positioning, while also helping with alignment on breaking putts,” Rife says.

The ER3 Wing Blade, ER7 Full Mallet and ER8 Tour Mallet are added to Evnroll’s four original head designs:

  • The classic style of the heel-and-toe ER1 and ER2 blades.
  • The ER5 Hatchback mallet.
  • The rear center-weighted ER6 iRoll full mallet. Originally the ER6 was only available deep red anodized aluminium finish, but it will now also be offered in black.

There has been no shortage of chatter about Evnroll in the forums. See UGA111384’s thread, “Evnroll Putters–Amazing!” in which he runs into Guerin Rife at a PGA Superstore.

The three new Evnroll putter models are available in 33-, 34- and 35-inch lengths. The ER3 retails at $329, while the ER6, ER7 and ER8 at $359. The putters will be available for purchase March 1.

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  1. 737flyguy

    Feb 14, 2017 at 11:59 am

    The Er7 is out. I got one today at PGA superstore. I exchanged my Er5 for the 7.

  2. peter collins

    Feb 3, 2017 at 1:47 pm

    Get them to more stores in the UK please. I want to buy, but i want to try-test first.
    One of the UKs biggest outlets American Golf have never heard of them!!!!

  3. D mack

    Feb 1, 2017 at 7:55 pm

    Come on Guerin, how about an updated “Micro Groove Tour Blade”. That was a Guerin Rife early masterpiece, kinda like Vincent VanGogh “The Potatoe Eaters”.

  4. C

    Feb 1, 2017 at 4:32 pm

    $329+ with doublebends? Come on…

  5. Kev MCC

    Feb 1, 2017 at 1:35 pm

    Any word on LEFT-Handed Models ? I mean they just forget about us, offer us something please.

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GolfWRX Spotlight: Arias True Zero Offset D-23 irons



Product: Arias True Zero Offset D-23 irons 

Pitch: From the company…

  • Easiest irons to align at the target on the market.
  • Classic no offset look at address reminiscent of past generation’s most iconic iron designs.
  • Full cavity back, midsize blade length, blade height and sole width
  • Modern friendly sole grind with beveled leading and trailing edge makes this iron easy to play both from the fairway and the rough
  • 431SS with proprietary heat treatment.

Our take on the Arias Zero Offset D-23 irons

There are a lot of parameters involved in the design of an iron, including, but not limited to: material, blade length, sole width, camber, bounce, hosel length, groove configuration, and of course offset. Offset is one of the design characteristics that can be quite polarizing from a looks perspective, depending on the golfer. We golfers are a picky bunch when it comes to how our clubs look, but that has less to do with handicap or skill level and more to do with just plain personal preference.

That’s where J.R Robert comes in. Hailing from a custom fitting and building background, with years of experience and having a preference for zero offset clubs, he set out to design an iron that would be both preferred by the better players but playable for golfers of varying skill level that prefer a club with no offset. The result is the Arias D-23 with True Zero Offset.

I got the chance to speak with J.R about his design and he explained his goals for the D-23 irons

“The goal was to create an iron model that was forgiving enough for a higher handicap player while blending together features the better player would demand.”

Through prototyping and testing, J.R found the D-23 zero offset helped golfers with alignment issues get set up to there intended target easier, and for those who had issues with missing left (speaking to right-handed golfers) the Zero Offset D-23 helped correct for that too. J.R admits that although they are very playable, golfers that struggle with leaving the face open at impact might not be the ideal candidates.  Also, those who are used to offset in their clubs might at first be turned away from the design, but for players that have always enjoyed the look of a club with less offset, these are clubs that should go right to the top of the list.

For more information on the D-23s, along with the line of M-29 onset wedges from Arias Golf, you can visit their website at True Zero Offset


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Forum Thread of the Day: “Your favorite blade irons?”



Today’s Forum Thread of the Day comes from moorebaseball, who asks fellow members what their favorite blade irons are. Our members discuss what blades they consider to be best for them, and why, while also contributing plenty of great photos of their prized possessions.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • greenpiece: “MP-14 is my all-time favorite. Great feel, turf interaction, and control.”
  • BMC: “The Callaway 2018 Apex MB feel incredible and are fairly easy to hit. I started playing blades in 1988 – Wilson Staff fluid feel. Those Apexes are sweet.”
  • bodhi555: “I’d say any of the models Nike brought out when they were in the game – the OGs, VR TW or VR Pros. Current favourites are the VR Pros, usual great Nike looks and crisp feel, but the grooves are savage and put unreal amounts of spin on the ball. No harder to hit than a player’s CB either. Only challenge is finding a decent set. It took me 18 months of scouring eBay and Golfbidder to find mine.”
  • bfp9: “My favorites: 2006 Hogan Apex. OG Nike Blades. Taylormade RAC TP MB. Mizuno MP-32. I’ve only hit older blades as you can see. I tried the PXG experiment, and that failed, so I’m sticking to what I know. To me old blades = new blades. Nothing has changed significantly enough to warrant new ones for me, except the grooves wearing thin on my Hogans.”
  • kiwi1982: “MP-69. Traditional, proper weighting, great feel.”

Entire Thread: “Your favorite blade irons?”


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Whats in the Bag

C.T. Pan’s winning WITB: 2019 RBC Heritage



Driver: Titleist TS2 (9.5 degrees)
Shaft: Fujikura Atmos 6 Blue X

3-wood: Titleist TS3 (16.5 degrees)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei CK 70 TX

Irons: TaylorMade M3 (2/3), Titleist 718 T-MB (4), Titleist 718 AP2 (5-9 iron)
Shafts: Project X HZRDUS Red 85 (M3), Project X 6.0 (others)

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM7 (46-10F, 52-08F, 62-08M), Titleist Vokey 2017 Prototype (58-10K)
Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 (Purple)

Putter: Scotty Cameron Prototype

Ball: 2019 Titleist Pro V1x

Grips: Golf Pride MCC

Another look at Pan’s wedges, c/o Vokey wedge rep, Aaron Dill on Instagram


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19th Hole