REVIEW: Evnroll ER1.2 Tour Blade Putter
Evnroll now shows 12 models on their home page, while a couple are pretty similar just different colors. I just recently wrote my Evnroll ER2 Review. This year I tested virtually all the models at the PGA show and fell in love with the ER1.2 Tour Blade. Much of what I loved from the ER2 remained, but the new shape and plumbers neck fit my eye and stroke perfectly. The head is a nice 370grams at 34″ and this time it has a standard grip instead of a backweighted grip. The stainless steel head gives a nice solid “click” on the ball at impact. They kept the unique alignment dots combined with the line on the flange which makes it easy to line up. It has 35* of toe hang which is a nice fit for my arch stroke.
The groove technology is the real deal in all Evnroll putters; they put the best darn roll on the ball. I’ve been able to test this putter over and over on my backyard putting green. I get out a dozen balls to putt with and the results are almost unbelievable. The balls all stop at virtually the same spot on almost every putt. The ER1.2 Tour Blade shape also means many more of them stop at the bottom of the hole. The roll is so consistent, but now the stroke is also more consistent with this headshape. It isn’t a fluke as I’ve tested it against other putters that don’t offer the same consistency. When I get it on the course, the results/scores have been as good as ever with this in the bag. The Evnroll ER1.2 Tour Blade Putter simply puts the best damn roll on the ball, period. With the change in headshape, I also have a more consistent stroke with this putter.
Theoretically the Evnroll putter should make more putts than any other putter on the market, because it is more consistent. I was really hopeful with the ER2 putter, but I was never really comfortable with that putter in the bag. I’d have a good round with it, but then I’d have a terrible round with it. The ER1.2 Tour Blade however offered exactly what I was hoping for. Less putts per round and consistency even if I missed putts. I only had a couple 3-putts with this putter in the bag so far. I’ve also had numerous 1 putts and in general have been able to lower my putting average. My average had been creeping up around 36 putts per round, which isn’t very good; thankfully the rest of my game had been OK. A big goal of mine since getting a backyard putting green is bringing that down to under 30 putts per round. I’m getting really close with the ER1.2 Tour Blade putter.
The Evnroll ER1.2 Tour Blade Putter is a “Gamer”. The great roll now paired with a great head shape has made this putter one that I can trust. If you want the best roll with a head shape that fits your eye, check out one of the 12 models by Evnroll. The ER1.2 tour blade is the best for me, but maybe a mallet is your shape or maybe a center shaft is your preference. Check out our article of best center shafted putter which also features an Evnroll putter in it. Evnroll makes different models for different strokes, I settled on mine and have been really happy with the results. Evnroll putters put the best darn roll on the ball of any putter I’ve tried and now they have the best darn shape to go with it.
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