With Evnroll 2020 putters on the way, expect to see more sweet faces in golf shops this season.
With a little luck, the sweetest faces will belong to the employees and players safely returning to the course and to the game that we all love. It’s my sincere wish that you all stay healthy during these trying times.
Having said that, I’d wager some of you immediately picked up the sweet face reference above as the catchphrase for Evnroll putters. The putters with The Sweetest Face in Golf. Please don’t test the claim by licking one of these putters in the shop. Evnroll is more of a texture than a taste story.
While there’s nothing completely new, the subtle updates may bring you exactly what you’re looking for. Let’s take a look at the tweaks Guerin Rife has made to his Evnroll 2020 putters.
Evnroll 2020 ER1.2B
The ER1.2B is an all-black version of the classic ER1.2 Tour Blade. A traditional plumber-neck flange blade, the ER1.2B is CNC milled in 303 stainless steel, showcasing a striking murdered-out Black Armor finish. It also features a slightly thicker toe section, thinner heel section and hollowed-out hosel to position the center of gravity in the center of the face.
Evnroll 2020 ER2CS
The ER2CS returns to the Evnroll putter line-up in 2020. It’s a center-shafted, heel- and toe-weighted flange blade putter. Like the other center-shafted models, it features a top sight line instead of the two dots used on the heel-shafted models to highlight the center of mass. This top sight line, coupled with two wider sight lines that extend backwards on the blade, helps frame the hitting area for better alignment.
Evnroll 2020 ER5CS
The popular ER5 Hatchback also joins the new product line-up for 2020. The ER5CS is a center-shafted winged mallet with a hatched-out center section. Heel and toe weighted, it’s an extremely solid and stable putter. Unlike the standard ER5, the ER5CS features a top sight line to highlight the center of mass. This top sight line, coupled with two wider sight lines that extend backwards on the blade, help frame the hitting area for better alignment.
Evnroll 2020 ER7B
The ER7B full mallet is an all-black version of the popular ER7. A rear perimeter-weighted full mallet putter, the ER7B is CNC milled in 303 stainless steel, showcasing a scratch-resistant, murdered-out Black Armor finish. Benefiting from a symmetrical distribution of weight flowing back from heel and toe, the ER7B remains extremely stable through the stroke.
Sweet Face Grooves
So you’ve seen the new putters and perhaps picked a favorite. If the story of the grooves is new to you, it’s worth taking a few minutes to watch this conversation between MyGolfSpy owner Adam Beach and Guerin Rife, the owner and designer of Evnroll putters.
More Models, More Options
With these four models, the Evnroll 2020 offerings extend the full lineup to 18 putters. These range from traditional blades to boundary-pushing high-MOI mallets. Granted, some of Evnroll’s rising count can be attributed to color and neck variants but I still see plenty of choices for golfers in the Evnroll offerings.
Which model would you roll? For me, it’s probably the ER1.2B, though I’d really like to see a flow-neck version.
If you’re unsure, I have a bit of a helpful teaser. The MyGolfSpy Most Wanted Blade Putter test results are coming soon! Rocks were rolled and the results are being tallied as you read this.
Check back next week for the results.
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