Tried a ER5 this weekend at the local Roger Dunn. I know that putting green pretty well and was very impressed.
Price is the only thing keeping me from ordering one, though its worth the price, don't get me wrong, I have a 3 week Florida vacation to pay for this Christmas. Maybe I can weave it into "additional expense" for the trip
I would definitely sell a few clubs or even a car to get one of these!
Story: Driving on my way back from Utah, SLC. Went by a Uinta Golf and pulled in for a little break. I wanted to see if they had the Mizuno MP 18's. They did, but some kid was hogging up the hitting bay with
the TM 790's, Flip Flops on too! I am already irritated.
I noticed that they had the Evnrolls in various models and weights. 355 and 370 grams. Tried the ER2 at around 15 feet - ish maybe longer. Missed off the heel a bit -- ball go in. Did this a few more times. Ball go in.
Up to about 15 putts -- ALL went in! Hmmmm.... Tried the mallet at 370 and that was the best one as far as center strikes and weight. Didn't miss one and the sales guys were now around the hole. Didn't know about these and were pushing the Scotty something. Nice, but you can't make one putt with that antiquated thing. "Everyone on Tour is using the Spider" Now really irritated.
Told them about the technology and told them to watch this from 20 ft. Off the right, off the left. Ditto.
Anyway, the plan is to round out the bag with a ER2 and possibly a mallet in 370 grams.
I probably should get a Rep position with Evnroll!
Worth every penny!
Edited by BingHogan, 18 September 2017 - 09:11 PM.