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#781 princelyryno

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Posted 11 September 2017 - 08:10 AM

Bought the ER1 and played with it for the first time yesterday. After averaging 34.2 putts per round the last two seasons I figured it couldn't hurt to change putters.  First round, 29 putts and zero 3 putts. Can't remember the last time that happened.

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Posted 12 September 2017 - 01:53 AM

View PostYoYoJumbo, on 06 September 2017 - 11:43 AM, said:

Anyone have any comparison pics of the ER5 to an odyssey 7? Just want to see size wise how it compares.
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Posted 15 September 2017 - 11:22 AM

Forgive me for not reading through 27 pages of Evnroll putter dialogue, but the complete lack of tour usage of this putter (on any tour) is a bit of an indictment. Spare me the "pay to play" glibness--if this putter was the shizzle, it would be on tour, end of. So explain to me how a putter of such apparent quality and accuracy cannot be found in any notable professional golfer's bag. Not an Evnroll hater here either, just curious.

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 11:37 AM

pay to play.

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 11:41 AM

View Postcyr67, on 15 September 2017 - 11:22 AM, said:

Forgive me for not reading through 27 pages of Evnroll putter dialogue, but the complete lack of tour usage of this putter (on any tour) is a bit of an indictment. Spare me the "pay to play" glibness--if this putter was the shizzle, it would be on tour, end of. So explain to me how a putter of such apparent quality and accuracy cannot be found in any notable professional golfer's bag. Not an Evnroll hater here either, just curious.

I don't understood why "use on the PGA tour" should be a factor when deciding on what equipment an amateur golfer should consider.  Case in point, the Mizuno JPX 900 driver. Zero tour use and set somehow lots of us still manage to hit the hell out of the thing... must be some sort of gap in the space time continuum because obviously it isn't a very good driver if no one on the tour is using it.  

I'm still on the fence whether to switch to an EvnRoll but it has nothing to do with seeing one on tour.

P.S. Not many Byron Morgan putters on tour either. Does that mean Byron doesn't build great putters?

Edited by Jarlaxle, 15 September 2017 - 03:02 PM.

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 11:47 AM

View Postcyr67, on 15 September 2017 - 11:22 AM, said:

Forgive me for not reading through 27 pages of Evnroll putter dialogue, but the complete lack of tour usage of this putter (on any tour) is a bit of an indictment. Spare me the "pay to play" glibness--if this putter was the shizzle, it would be on tour, end of. So explain to me how a putter of such apparent quality and accuracy cannot be found in any notable professional golfer's bag. Not an Evnroll hater here either, just curious.


It's only an indictment of your unwillingness to accept the fact that the PGA is almost entirely Pay To Play.

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 02:50 PM

View Postcyr67, on 15 September 2017 - 11:22 AM, said:

Forgive me for not reading through 27 pages of Evnroll putter dialogue, but the complete lack of tour usage of this putter (on any tour) is a bit of an indictment. Spare me the "pay to play" glibness--if this putter was the shizzle, it would be on tour, end of. So explain to me how a putter of such apparent quality and accuracy cannot be found in any notable professional golfer's bag. Not an Evnroll hater here either, just curious.

Love my ER2... could care less that no one on tour uses one (actually kind of like the mystery of it)... definitely worth a demo if you can get your hands on one.

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 02:57 PM

They are trying to get a tour presence. I spoke to the local rep and he said Guerin had to get a full year under his belt to see if these were going to stick and what the reception would be in the regular market. He now has enough money to invest in a tour rep or two and will have them out full time next year. He's not going to pay anyone to play the putters but he will have them next to every green with someone to help the pros pick their best putter, have it adjusted and fitting to them. If you see them start gaining traction on tour, you can know it was because of this and it being the best putter for that particular player.

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 08:21 PM

View PostJarlaxle, on 15 September 2017 - 11:41 AM, said:

View Postcyr67, on 15 September 2017 - 11:22 AM, said:

Forgive me for not reading through 27 pages of Evnroll putter dialogue, but the complete lack of tour usage of this putter (on any tour) is a bit of an indictment. Spare me the "pay to play" glibness--if this putter was the shizzle, it would be on tour, end of. So explain to me how a putter of such apparent quality and accuracy cannot be found in any notable professional golfer's bag. Not an Evnroll hater here either, just curious.

I don't understood why "use on the PGA tour" should be a factor when deciding on what equipment an amateur golfer should consider.  Case in point, the Mizuno JPX 900 driver. Zero tour use and set somehow lots of us still manage to hit the hell out of the thing... must be some sort of gap in the space time continuum because obviously it isn't a very good driver if no one on the tour is using it.  

I'm still on the fence whether to switch to an EvnRoll but it has nothing to do with seeing one on tour.

P.S. Not many Byron Morgan putters on tour either. Does that mean Byron doesn't build great putters?

I get you. I don't base my purchases on what the pros play. It just seems odd that it has no presence as the reviews, from many sites and individuals have been glowing. Sure, I get it that "pay to play' is the norm, but there are so many exceptions out there-- Tour Edge, non-Ping players gaming Ping gear, non'TMag players with Spider Tours (OK, could be a putter only deal?) SeeMore (very little $, if any) etc. My point is that there are a lot of pros that play gear that they are not paid to play, and Evnroll isn't one of those brands, which is conspicuous when the putter is the most important stick in the bag. Pros would play a branding iron if they thought it would save strokes. I wonder if there is something about the putter that does not appeal to pros? Or perhaps it is just that Evnroll is too new and over time they will get some pro usage?

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 08:30 PM

View Postcyr67, on 15 September 2017 - 08:21 PM, said:

View PostJarlaxle, on 15 September 2017 - 11:41 AM, said:

View Postcyr67, on 15 September 2017 - 11:22 AM, said:

Forgive me for not reading through 27 pages of Evnroll putter dialogue, but the complete lack of tour usage of this putter (on any tour) is a bit of an indictment. Spare me the "pay to play" glibness--if this putter was the shizzle, it would be on tour, end of. So explain to me how a putter of such apparent quality and accuracy cannot be found in any notable professional golfer's bag. Not an Evnroll hater here either, just curious.

I don't understood why "use on the PGA tour" should be a factor when deciding on what equipment an amateur golfer should consider.  Case in point, the Mizuno JPX 900 driver. Zero tour use and set somehow lots of us still manage to hit the hell out of the thing... must be some sort of gap in the space time continuum because obviously it isn't a very good driver if no one on the tour is using it.  

I'm still on the fence whether to switch to an EvnRoll but it has nothing to do with seeing one on tour.

P.S. Not many Byron Morgan putters on tour either. Does that mean Byron doesn't build great putters?

I get you. I don't base my purchases on what the pros play. It just seems odd that it has no presence as the reviews, from many sites and individuals have been glowing. Sure, I get it that "pay to play' is the norm, but there are so many exceptions out there-- Tour Edge, non-Ping players gaming Ping gear, non'TMag players with Spider Tours (OK, could be a putter only deal?) SeeMore (very little $, if any) etc. My point is that there are a lot of pros that play gear that they are not paid to play, and Evnroll isn't one of those brands, which is conspicuous when the putter is the most important stick in the bag. Pros would play a branding iron if they thought it would save strokes. I wonder if there is something about the putter that does not appeal to pros? Or perhaps it is just that Evnroll is too new and over time they will get some pro usage?
. The biggest thing I have noticed is the consistency on mishits the ball still gets to the hole.  Guessing the pros may not see much benefit since they hit it in the sweet spot 99% of the time.  I'll take all the help I can get.


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Posted 15 September 2017 - 08:35 PM

View Postcyr67, on 15 September 2017 - 08:21 PM, said:

View PostJarlaxle, on 15 September 2017 - 11:41 AM, said:

View Postcyr67, on 15 September 2017 - 11:22 AM, said:

Forgive me for not reading through 27 pages of Evnroll putter dialogue, but the complete lack of tour usage of this putter (on any tour) is a bit of an indictment. Spare me the "pay to play" glibness--if this putter was the shizzle, it would be on tour, end of. So explain to me how a putter of such apparent quality and accuracy cannot be found in any notable professional golfer's bag. Not an Evnroll hater here either, just curious.

I don't understood why "use on the PGA tour" should be a factor when deciding on what equipment an amateur golfer should consider.  Case in point, the Mizuno JPX 900 driver. Zero tour use and set somehow lots of us still manage to hit the hell out of the thing... must be some sort of gap in the space time continuum because obviously it isn't a very good driver if no one on the tour is using it.  

I'm still on the fence whether to switch to an EvnRoll but it has nothing to do with seeing one on tour.

P.S. Not many Byron Morgan putters on tour either. Does that mean Byron doesn't build great putters?

I get you. I don't base my purchases on what the pros play. It just seems odd that it has no presence as the reviews, from many sites and individuals have been glowing. Sure, I get it that "pay to play' is the norm, but there are so many exceptions out there-- Tour Edge, non-Ping players gaming Ping gear, non'TMag players with Spider Tours (OK, could be a putter only deal?) SeeMore (very little $, if any) etc. My point is that there are a lot of pros that play gear that they are not paid to play, and Evnroll isn't one of those brands, which is conspicuous when the putter is the most important stick in the bag. Pros would play a branding iron if they thought it would save strokes. I wonder if there is something about the putter that does not appeal to pros? Or perhaps it is just that Evnroll is too new and over time they will get some pro usage?

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 09:53 PM

View Postcyr67, on 15 September 2017 - 08:21 PM, said:

View PostJarlaxle, on 15 September 2017 - 11:41 AM, said:

View Postcyr67, on 15 September 2017 - 11:22 AM, said:

Forgive me for not reading through 27 pages of Evnroll putter dialogue, but the complete lack of tour usage of this putter (on any tour) is a bit of an indictment. Spare me the "pay to play" glibness--if this putter was the shizzle, it would be on tour, end of. So explain to me how a putter of such apparent quality and accuracy cannot be found in any notable professional golfer's bag. Not an Evnroll hater here either, just curious.

I don't understood why "use on the PGA tour" should be a factor when deciding on what equipment an amateur golfer should consider.  Case in point, the Mizuno JPX 900 driver. Zero tour use and set somehow lots of us still manage to hit the hell out of the thing... must be some sort of gap in the space time continuum because obviously it isn't a very good driver if no one on the tour is using it.  

I'm still on the fence whether to switch to an EvnRoll but it has nothing to do with seeing one on tour.

P.S. Not many Byron Morgan putters on tour either. Does that mean Byron doesn't build great putters?

I get you. I don't base my purchases on what the pros play. It just seems odd that it has no presence as the reviews, from many sites and individuals have been glowing. Sure, I get it that "pay to play' is the norm, but there are so many exceptions out there-- Tour Edge, non-Ping players gaming Ping gear, non'TMag players with Spider Tours (OK, could be a putter only deal?) SeeMore (very little $, if any) etc. My point is that there are a lot of pros that play gear that they are not paid to play, and Evnroll isn't one of those brands, which is conspicuous when the putter is the most important stick in the bag. Pros would play a branding iron if they thought it would save strokes. I wonder if there is something about the putter that does not appeal to pros? Or perhaps it is just that Evnroll is too new and over time they will get some pro usage?


Hard to say.  You hear stories of guys putting $50 putters into play so not everyone is gaming a $3,000 Cameron 009.  As the one guy said, they are just getting started and so may not have actually gained much notice on tour yet.

Personally I would look for them to show up on the senior tour first, I am guessing there is not as much sponsorship money on the line so they would be more likely to put something in play just because it works well for them.
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Posted 17 September 2017 - 07:11 AM

Ian Poulter played a Rife blade several years ago and there were several Sr tour guys rolling Rife putters.

Pay to play is real. My jaw dropped when I found out TM pays non-contractual tour players $75,000 to play their driver.
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