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Is your putter helping or hurting your game?

If you are in the market for a new putter in 2017, this is for you.

No more guesswork. All the major brands tested.

We get rid of the all the marketing and make it about one thing: Performance.

With our proprietary scoring system called Stroked Gained (SG18) you will now know
the amount of strokes a putter would be expected to change your score over an 18-hole round.

The MyGolfSpy Difference

2017’s Most Wanted is the largest, fully independent mallet putter test conducted in the industry.

This year’s test took place at the MGS Test Facility. 20 testers participated. 23 mallet-style putters were tested. Testing took more than 120 hours to complete with 12,778 total putts recorded.

All testers used Bridgestone B330-RX golf balls. The natural stroke type of each tester was identified using the iPing Putting App.

Our goal, as always, remains to empower you, the consumer, with accurate and reliable data and analysis that will help you identify the best putter for your game.

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Strokes Gained Scoring (SG18)

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Our proprietary scoring system is called Stroked Gained 18 (SG18). This is our metric for quantifying putter performance.

SG18 combines the power of the Strokes Gained methodology with the simplicity of an 18 hole score. It’s a measurement that defines how a given putter could be expected to impact your overall score relative to the average putter in the field.

EXAMPLE:  SG18 value reflects the number of strokes a putter would be expected to change your score over an 18 hole span. For example, a putter with a SG18 value of 1.00, could be expected to save you 1 stroke per 18 holes or 2 strokes over 2 rounds when compared to the field average.

How We Test

Each putter is put through a comprehensive test. This includes a series of putts from distances of 5, 10 and 20 feet. The equivalent of 18 holes is played with each putter, and by each golfer in the test. The total number of putts required to finish each hole is recorded and at the completion of the test, a Strokes Gained 18 value (SG18) is calculated for each putter.

Here are the complete parameters of this year’s test:

  • Number of Testers: 20
  • Handicap Range: +1-18
  • Test Location: MyGolfSpy Testing Facility
  • Balls Used: 2017 Bridgestone B330-RX
  • Distances Assessed: 5, 10, and 20 Feet
  • Holes Completed: 18 (per tester)
  • Total Putts in Test: 12,778

Top 5 Mallet Putters 2017

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The Data

The chart below contains the individual distance and SG18 data from this year’s test. All columns can be sorted to suit your preference.

Our overall rankings are derived from the Strokes Gained value (SG18), which is displayed in the last column.

2017 Most Wanted Mallet Putters

Club NamePrice5 Feet10 Feet20 FeetSG18Overall
EVNROLL ER7$359.006th1st2nd0.951
Cleveland TFI 2135 Cero$169.005th8th3rd0.52
TaylorMade Spider Tour$299.0010th4th6th0.453
Odyssey O-Works #7$229.996th4th14th0.354
PING Vault Bergen$299.008th3rd8th0.35
Bettinardi Studio Stock #3 Counterbalance$400.009th2nd18th0.256
Cleveland TFI 2135 Mezzo$169.003rd13th11th0.256
Cleveland Huntington Beach #6$99.991st17th7th0.28
MLA Tour X-Dream$369.004th4th19th0.159
EVNROLL ER6$359.0014th13th4th0.159
MLA Tour Mallet (Jumbo Forward Golf Grip)$369.0012th18th1st0.111
Cleveland TFI 2135 Elevado$169.0012th12th12th0.0512
PING Vault Oslo$299.0015th3rd20th-0.113
Argolf Uther$349.002nd21st5th-0.1514
Wilson Staff Infinite SouthSide$99.9918th11th12th-0.1514
TaylorMade TP Collection Berwick$199.0020th7th9th-0.2516
PING Sigma G Tyne$199.9916th10th17th-0.317
Bettinardi Studio Stock #3$400.0017th15th16th-0.3518
Piretti Savona Elite$549.0011th16th21st-0.519
Edel E-1$330.0019th20th14th-0.9520
Scotty Cameron Futura X5$349.0021st21st10th-0.9520

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      Shannon

      6 years ago

      I game the Scotty Cameron Futura x5. I am very solid with it, however, my Cousin, who gamed the same putter, bought an ER7 last year and he went from good to WTF happened to you. We even started to sing Evnroll to Pearl Jams Even Flow, every time he putted. It was that pronounced of a difference. I have since bought the same Putter…..I hit his and I was sold.

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      alex

      6 years ago

      If the putters were tested for smash factors with the different inserts etc would you see some marked differences in results? Might be interesting to add this data to the 2018 tests

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      Tim Dotson

      7 years ago

      I think the face balance models work great from 5 and 10 feet. It struggle the further out you go…..because it’s tougher to keep a SBST stroke from 20 feet and longer

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      Ron Buszta

      7 years ago

      I am laughing all the way to the bank. I bought the $99 Huntington Beach Mallet putter center shafted. What a scoring machine! I am a straight back and straight thru putter, so this face balanced putter is the best. My Achilles heel is 3 to 5 foot putts. Now I am lights out.
      Save a bunch of dough and buy this putter!!

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      leftybradd

      7 years ago

      I have to tell you that I bought an Evnroll EB5, which looks more like the oddessey tank 7 and it is by far and away the most consistent putter I have ever had.

      I had a Scotty Futura X counterbalance and while I love it, the Evnroll is so much more consistent. I feel like I can’t misshit it. It’s just weird.

      The sound is a bit weird with a bit of a “ting” but once you see the putts rolling dead straight everytime you quickly tone it out.

      Yes, $370 is a lot for a putter but so is $500 for a driver. Want to drop strokes, invest in your short game. Definitely check out Evnroll, MGS is spot on here.

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      Ben Guy

      7 years ago

      I agree. I was fitted for Edel and Evnroll and the ER5 was the best by miles for alignment, roll, weight of putts. These are good models but the best model by a long way is the ER5

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      MikeyB

      7 years ago

      Well after reading the data, I laughed out loud. Why? Well first that the putter with the highest ‘productivity’ in gaining strokes can’t even get you back 1 full stroke a round. So, it won’t help you get from 36 to 35 putts a round.
      Second, is that the Scotty Cameron actually ADDS almost a stroke a round to your score. Hilarious that it finished dead last from BOTH 5 ft and 10 ft. The Scotty at $350 got beat out at 5ft by a $99 putter?
      So I guess the next time a PGA instructor tells a student they would benefit from a high priced putter, they should whip this out and just walk away laughing.
      Seems some putting skills will go much further than a $400 putter will in lowering your scores. So the message would be what? Buy the Cleveland for $99, have it fit, and then spend some of the $300 you saved on putting instruction or training aids?
      Of course the real issue here is more detail was required on the putters. We can snicker at the embarrassed companies exposed by this data, but you can bet the same companies who ranked poorly would asking a lot of questions.
      Were the putters fitted to the testers? Did they use stock grips? Were any lies or lofts adjusted? Any shafts cut down? Obviously it makes a difference if a tester has been in some way matched to the putter. If someone got a center shafted putter for example, and has never even seen one, never mind actually putting with one, what are the odds of them draining the 20 footer?
      So expect a lot of push back from either companies, or their on line devotees calling the results into question.

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      Steven Wilson

      7 years ago

      So am I reading this correctly? The best of the best will save you almost one stroke every 18 holes?

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      Dave S

      7 years ago

      Yep. The best putter will save you ~2 strokes a round over the worst. These are averages though… so for any given individual, it could me more (or less).

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      ThinkingOfGolf

      7 years ago

      Three of the top Five from 5ft are Cleveland golf. I think they are on to something!

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      Mark Thornhill

      7 years ago

      I need a mallet putter! Thanks for the information!

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      Paul

      7 years ago

      I would really appreciate it if you could provide the degree of toe hang for the top mallet putters. I’ve been looking for mallet with 30-40 degrees of toe hang to match my stroke, and the only ones I’m aware of currently are the Taylormade Spider Tour Black/Red which are 38 degrees if memory serves correctly. The picture above makes it look like several of the top mallets have toe hang, but I’m wondering if that’s just how they’re laid out on the table. Any info you have would be much appreciated. Thanks for the great comparison!

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      Paul Joelson

      7 years ago

      I recently switched to a Scotty Cameron counter balanced x5 mallet. I didn’t like my Ping Serita B which was adjustable. After years of a Ping Nome belly putter, I think my Scotty Cameron is the right putter for me after being flattened and shortened to 36′.

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      BrianLL

      7 years ago

      Please provide the raw data so we can do our own statistical analysis and reach our own conclusions.

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      Mark Wollke

      7 years ago

      Would love to see a report on the company “club champions” and why a $900 driver is better then a stock driver for the weekend golfer….

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      xjohnx

      7 years ago

      A place like Club Champion doesn’t just grab people off the street and bring them in. Golfer’s book an appointment and know the cost. A clubfitter’s job is to maximize the potential of every golfers swing with the right equipment. It is then the golfer’s decision to decide if it’s worth the price tag. Unless you are trying to argue with hard data I don’t quite understand your bitter opinion.

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      Leftienige

      7 years ago

      If the results were calculated on strokes gained to dollars spent the No 2 putter might be worth a look . We’re not all millionaires .

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      Mitch Curd

      7 years ago

      It does look very nice

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      Mitch Bauer

      7 years ago

      Number 4 looks good

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      DaveyD

      7 years ago

      These tests can’t be helping Scotty’s sales, but then they sell a lot of collector putters for $1000+ .

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      Dave S

      7 years ago

      I doubt they’re feeling any effect in sales due to this testing. Most people who buy Scotty’s aren’t necessarily doing so b/c they think they’re the best performing putters, but more b/c they’re a golf status symbol. I also think there are quite a few people out there who would gladly trade ~2 strokes around to look cool w/ a Scotty in their bag (esp. if they’re already high handicappers).

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      Mitch Sim

      7 years ago

      I swore I wouldn’t buy any more golf clubs this year

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      Mark Harr

      7 years ago

      It’s only March. Long way to go, lots to fix, and lots of room for improvement.

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      Kevin H.

      7 years ago

      Ping Sigma G finished very high in blade testing. In this test the two Vault models beat it. In your opinion, is that more related to the head shape that was tested or the vault putter being a superior mallet?

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      Sam Robinson

      7 years ago

      We’ll do an overall post so you can see how the blades stack up against the mallets. But the PING Sigma G Tyne seemed to perform very poorly against the Vault series putters – many more factors than head shape go into it though. Testers complained of the weight of the Tyne as well as the grip PING flatso grip

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      CG

      7 years ago

      Those are the exact two things that have drawn me to Tyne, but for years I’ve putted with a relatively heavy BG mallet on very fast greens and the Flatso grip is a natural fit in my rather small hands. It’s hard to do an apples to apples because the only store in my area is GG now and they don’t stock Vault line (or Enroll, or Cleveland for that matter), but I was sure hoping to see a better Tyne performance.

      Mason

      7 years ago

      Hey Sam when are you guys planning on releasing the combined Mallet/Putter Test? I am interested to see if the ER2 or ER7 performed best.

      Shawn Shelby

      7 years ago

      Evenroll again.

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      RC

      7 years ago

      I’ve been a Cameron die-hard for years, but EVNROLL has my attention…

      Bye bye Scotty…

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      Andrew Han

      7 years ago

      lol you are making a decision without even testing it? Sure this review is a really good guide, but don’t have buyer remorse like the be better golf guy. Minute 23 is when he starts lamenting. “I really want to love the club”.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RL1GL8SAq4M

      3 months into it and he still feels that way. I am sure after he read the evnroll review by mgs he bought the putter. He even visited their HQ earlier this year.

      BTW, didn’t watch any vlog after that one so not sure how he feels now about it. it was still 3 months of ownership.

      Evnroll grabbed my attention as well and performed well, but not better than my scotty newport. I tested it at the PGA Superstore over 3 days and I concluded it wasn’t for me.

      In any case, I liked the blade over the mallet evnroll. The mallet felt hollow and I holed more with the bladed. Nice putters but I am still a Scotty guy.

      Nice review and looking forward to the driver most wanted.

      Robert

      7 years ago

      Is that picture really showing the toe hang for all of the putters? I had no idea the Odyssey 7 had that much toe hang. I guess it’s through weighting and not the hosel alignment?

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      FTWPhil

      7 years ago

      It’s just the way they sit on a flat surface at the bend of the shaft.

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      Dalx

      7 years ago

      That Scotty Cameron’s face would have sat as flat as the counter they are laying on.

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      tom

      7 years ago

      Yeah but this cant be right … The Golf Digest Hot List only gave the ER7 a “silver medal.” LOL.

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      Ken

      7 years ago

      What is Golf Digest and Golf magazine? Even golf is corrupted to some point anymore and integrity is lost but for only a few brave souls.

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      MyGolf Spy

      7 years ago

      We actually have done a story on Bruce.

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      Jeff J

      6 years ago

      Your post was from 11 months ago which might make this a stretch, but I could not find the reference to Bruce? Wondered if it was a putting instructor I have worked with for years. Thanks!

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      Andrew Jacoby

      7 years ago

      Last years winner finished .51 better in your strokes gained metric.

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      MyGolf Spy

      7 years ago

      No actually that is not accurate. SG18 is based on the field it competed against.

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      Andrew Jacoby

      7 years ago

      I figured that might be the case. Is there any way to get a “true score” instead of merely compared to the field?

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      Andrew Han

      7 years ago

      I am Scotty guy and forever for the foreseeable future. Nice review and guide, but why was the Ping Ketsch left out? I am assuming this is a review on 2017ish putters? I would like to see you guys add the top 3 past winners into the mix. Ketcsh had an SG18 score of 1.62 and 1.80 in 2016 and 2015, respectively. I know you guys had a 1-on-1 between evnroll and ketsch, but you should’ve add ketcsh in the mix. To be scientific, the observation and results has to be consistent and predictable.

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      Sharkhark

      7 years ago

      I don’t…
      I want to hear about new stuff.
      I don’t want to hear about old.
      If you open that can of worms.. Hey let’s compare to 3 year old models ,5 yrs etc.
      I just want to know about the best of the new crop against each other.
      We all know that great stuff one year isn’t obsolete next year. Good is good.
      Not needed to compare.

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      Andrew Han

      7 years ago

      Fair, but the motto is power to the consumer. Since we have stores like 2nd swing, global golf, and other big box retailers selling used putters, it would be valid to include past top 3 in last 2 years. Wasn’t sure if this was only for new models, since I saw the mla dream tour in here. It was in 2016, but I assume it is the newest model at the time. As an observation, seems like the putters, testers, or a combination of both were better last year. 23 putters but only 9000 putts compared to over 12k.

      Dave S

      7 years ago

      Why is the Ping Ketch not included in this sample? I get that this is a test of 2017 putters, but seems like it would make sense to always include the Most Wanted winner from the previous year, to see how the new ones stack up… right?

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      Sharkhark

      7 years ago

      Wrong…

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      Tess

      7 years ago

      Wrong for you doesn’t mean others wouldn’t like to see the additional stat. For the price of these winners, the more info the better.

      Terry Schott

      7 years ago

      I would love to see you test some of Bobby Grace’s putters next time

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      Ian

      7 years ago

      Just switched out a Bobby Grace Triumph for an ER7. Love the BG but impossible to get new versions or do demo in Australia. Having had the BG for a few years have become very good at judging distance with it but took the leap to the ER7 in a hope for better accuracy. First day out the mid range puts were brilliant dropped 4 i would not have expected to. My anecdotal is the ER7 edges the Triumph on accuracy.

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      Pete S.

      7 years ago

      Great test. Still have yet to try an Evnroll. Need to seek them out and roll some putts.

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      Kevin

      7 years ago

      I purchased the Sigma G Ketsch B, this year kinda a hybrid between blade & Mallet, was that submitted for testing. Cause I really don’t think Iam gonna miss this year….lol

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      Bill

      7 years ago

      I did the same thing. I saw that the Sigma B Ketsch is no longer a full mallet but not a blade either and purchased it..i loved the size. Only played 18 with it but absolutely love the way the ball comes off the face. Inside of 5 ft is exceptional, 10 feet very strong also..was playing fast greens and found 20 to 30+ feet will take some getting used to..its accurate and repeatable but Ping is spot on as far as mishits going as far as center hits. Perhaps the Evnroll is better but I havent seen one. Very happy with the new Ketsch.

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      Kirby

      7 years ago

      You stated that you used the Ping fitting app, however you didn’t break down the putters in terms of balanced vs toe weighted etc. Have you all done an article on what to factor into for a putter fitting before? I switched a couple of years ago to putter I liked and only after did I learn about putter fitting ideas. But I would like to learn more. Thanks for the test!

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      Juan Carlos

      7 years ago

      The lower you get on the list, the higher the price. Ridiculous! Somebody should show this to some tour pros. since they all rock scottys…

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      Marty

      7 years ago

      They all rock custom built, hand made circle T Scotty’s. Not off the shelf Scotty’.s

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      Jim

      7 years ago

      Awesome data…. just my opinion, but really I’d be most interested in the putter helping in the 5 ft in range. Again, opinion, majority of amateurs most strokes gained for them is going to be in that inside 5 ft range. Tiny % of putts are going to be gained outside the 7-10 ft range because at that range, you just need to ensure you leave yourself a gimme. Being able to knock down a 5 footer on demand will save many more strokes. I would venture to say that 3-5 times a round a better amateur misses a 5-6 footer that if made, takes them to a whole other level. Opinion… I’m gonna focus on what helps me nail it from the 5 foot range and feel comfortable there. The rest is just getting you inside that range and NO 3 Jacks…

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      McaseyM

      7 years ago

      Not surprised by Evnroll at the top, but happy to see Cleveland coming up big again. I can’t count how many times I’ve read “I would try it, but it’s a Cleveland”, but the will drop $5 per ball on a Pro V1 and $400 on a Scotty Cameron. Well done XXIO/Srixon/Cleveland.

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      John Shim

      7 years ago

      Any way you can recompute the Strokes Gained results including both blade and mallet putters — a “Most Wanted Putter”? From my read, these are Strokes Gained compared to the “field average” or blades with respect to all blades tested and mallets with respect to all mallets tested.

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      Alex H

      7 years ago

      +1. I was wondering the same thing. If you total putt data I would think it would be fairly simple to combine the two sets of data.

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      Sam Robinson

      7 years ago

      Yes overall article coming soon!!

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      Steve S

      7 years ago

      Interesting that the number 2 over all putter, the Cleveland, has NO grooves in the face. Guerin makes a huge deal about their groove technology but for the extra $200 and it gets you less than half a stroke over the number 2 putter? I love the strokes gained metric since it makes all the marketing hype much less important….

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      Mat

      7 years ago

      Half a stroke gained is huge though, you say it like it’s nothing. I would gladly pay $200 extra for half a stroke gained.

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      Drew

      7 years ago

      I hope people don’t just go out and buy these putters based on rankings. You have to get fitted because what works for Jane won’t necessarily work for John! I would use the rankings to help come up with a short list of putters to audition.

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      Mike T

      7 years ago

      I think it is funny that Scotty did not score better. As much as those putters cost, they can’t compete which is why I ditched my Scotty in favor of a Ping Bergen (before the test results) and I am happy with my choice. I will N-E-V-E-R buy another Scotty Cameron again. WAY too much money and no performance compared to others in the tests. That isn’t just this year but just about every year. #overrated

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      Dan Spencer

      7 years ago

      That’s the double for Evnroll! Blade and Mallet #1

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      Dr. Teeth

      7 years ago

      I am not surprised to see the Edel E-1 not show better. I LOVE this putter, but it only works if you are fit for it. There is no way a putter like that will work for everyone when it isn’t fit for them. Also, the Torque Balance nature of it requires a few rolls to get used to. Were the testers allowed to take a few practice rolls to get used to the different feel of this putter?

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      scott

      7 years ago

      Guess if last year is any indication…the best mallet and the best blade will fight it out next?

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      Tracey Copeland

      7 years ago

      MyGolf Spy interesting that a putter that is #1 at 20ft. Isn’t even close at the shorter distances. Why do you think that is?

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      MyGolf Spy

      7 years ago

      We have many ideas on why this happens. There are many variables at different distances that come in to play on various putters and the tech they employ. For example alignment aids on putters as the MLA or no alignment aid. Your eye uses them differently at different distances we suspect. Therefore a technology you have might be great for 10 and 20 but might not be used at all by golfers at 5 which makes it a no tech puter from that distance. Also, arc type. At longer distances arc we suspect comes in to play more and at shorter distances less perhaps. This would make a putter that was a great fit for arc at 10 or 20 maybe not as much from 5. These are a couple examples.

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      WLBR

      7 years ago

      Is it possible that at shorter distances the testers forego the use of the line on the ball for assistance in aiming but use it more often from longer distances?

      Robi Schnetzer

      7 years ago

      It’s funny i always thought Scotty was the way to go after having less than big name putters, Now 3 years in I hate my Newport. I never feel good with it. Maybe it is a lose of confidence but have been reading all the reviews hoping to get back to a decent putting form

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      Terry Wittek

      7 years ago

      Most of Scotty’s putters are made in China, not hand milled like advertised.

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      Andrew Han

      7 years ago

      Terry, any proof of that statement?

      They are all made in the USA.
      http://www.scottycameron.com/counterfeit-product-notice/

      LB

      7 years ago

      Nice, I am using the Cero at 36″ with a 15″ counterbalanced grip. Easy to aim, super stable and soft feel.

      Wish Golf Galaxy carried Evnroll so I could spend some time with them.

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      Chris C.

      7 years ago

      I second that. I was interested in testing the Evnroll last year and these test results serve to peak my interest even more. Alas, I would have to travel out of state to get my hands on one.

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      Joe Conroy

      7 years ago

      Consider making the inside 5′ more important as basically no amateurs make any 10 or 20 footers but they can make a 5′. Also, explain the SG for putting more. Your explanation is opaque (did they have to put out on the 10 and 20 footers??)

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      MyGolfSpy

      7 years ago

      Everything has to be putted out.

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      Mat Davis

      7 years ago

      Yea I think what you are missing here is that they putt out, which makes proximity to the hole after a 20 foot putt VERY important for an amateur.

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      Magnus Sköld

      7 years ago

      Wow, Scotty is jumbo (21 of 21) in both short and long putts.

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      Connor Gagnon

      7 years ago

      Goes to show how much that company does to protect the ‘aura’ if you will of their products.

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      ron

      7 years ago

      Any reason the ER5 was not included?

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      MyGolfSpy

      7 years ago

      Evnroll submitted 1 blade and 2 mallets for the test.

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      Ron

      7 years ago

      Gotya, thanks.

      Jason

      7 years ago

      Wait till you try the ER8, I got my hands on one at PGA Show and its been unreal.

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      Sean

      7 years ago

      This is the one I was really hoping to see in the test. I have an ER2 right now and have really been liking it, but I’m partial to mallets and the ER8 looks perfect. I have been avoiding going to try one out because I’m not ready to spend $360 on a new putter.

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      ole gray

      7 years ago

      Thank you for providing consumers with this type of information before they shell out their hard earned bucks for new products. Truly outstanding stats and info. I was surprised at how well the Cleveland TFI 2135 Cero scored and it looks like it could make a great addition to my bag. :o)

      Good overall scores from the 5 – 10 – 20 ft range:
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      3rd
      SG18 0.5

      This is why I have become a member of MGS. Awesome unbiased reviews for us everyday golfers to be equipped with knowledge to better our games.

      Reply

      MyGolfSpy

      7 years ago

      The Cero performed incredibly well. And thanks for becoming a member Ole Gray, we hope you will always hang your hat at MGS.

      Reply

      ole gray

      7 years ago

      I’ll be hanging my hat at MyGolfSpy until I kick the bucket and I hope that’s a looonnng time off… :o)

      RonB

      7 years ago

      Me too OG. I left the Joker’s Paradise after I realized how easily bought those guys were.

      Reply

      ole gray

      7 years ago

      You won’t regret coming over to MGS! The knowledge is second to none and you can rest assured the company is mighty fine… Welcome aboard!

      Now if I can just keep my mine off the TFI 2135 MEZZO PUTTER. I have had this craving to go back to a center shaft putter for some time now and this one tickles my fancy. It looks hawter than a two di*k dawg at a Friday night pound.

      Donovan Childers

      7 years ago

      How much do you think various grips on these putters contribute to the results.

      Reply

      MyGolf Spy

      7 years ago

      Something we are very interested in figuring out, but we just do not have enough data to give an answer yet.

      Reply

      Terry (TMAC)

      7 years ago

      That would b e VERY interesting to find out. Grips play a huge role in how comfortable someone is with the putter.
      No Cameron Golo mallets tested? I can’t stand the Futura model, but the Golo’s are a solid putter.

      txgolfjunkie

      7 years ago

      Will the actual raw data be published? I’m just curious what the SG difference is between the top 10 in each distance. Is it splitting hairs between the top 10 or are there big discrepancies among the top performers?

      Reply

      William Williams

      7 years ago

      Would the last 2 year’s winner, Ping Ketch, have beat all of these putters according to the data ?

      Reply

      MyGolfSpy

      7 years ago

      We tested a Ketsch winner and an Evnroll head-to-head:
      http://mygolfspy.com/2017-evnroll-putter-test/

      Reply

      robin

      7 years ago

      I love my mid Ketsch, it makes me feel like I can make any putt. I can’t believe there could be a better putter out there.

      Peakatron

      7 years ago

      The Evnroll ER2 beat them all!

      Reply

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