Evnroll won MyGolfSpy’s 2020 ‘Most Wanted’ blade putter test

By: April 9, 2020

I am expecting that after the coronavirus crisis we will run to play golf as much we can. Let’s utilize this time to get to know independent golf equipment manufacturers and brands like Evnroll.

Evnroll-RS399-ER2B Face Sole-R2

Evnroll has recently won MyGolfSpy’s 2020 ‘Most Wanted’ blade putter test.

The technologically advanced putters from fabled designer Guerin Rife feature a unique patented face mill pattern offering unprecedented accuracy and zero dispersion.

Since their first appearance at the PGA Show in 2015 they won several accolades:

  • In 2016, Evnroll was named ‘Best of the Best’ in early fall by MyGolfSpy.com.
  • In 2017 when Evnroll became the first brand to win MyGolfSpy’s ‘Most Wanted Blade’ and ‘Most Wanted Mallet’ putter tests in the same year. A feat the brand repeated in 2018.

Now, Evnroll claimed 1st spot in MyGolfSpy’s ‘2020 Most Wanted Blade
Putter Test’ with its ER2B model.

Evnroll-RS344-ER2B Rear Toe

The largest fully independent blade putter test in the industry saw MyGolfSpy’s team of testers trial, 34 blade putters, from golf’s top brands, recording 12,240 putts over 120 hours.

This comprehensive test included a series of putts from 5, 10 and 20 feet but weighted to favor 10’ putts as tests show that’s where the greatest differences are found.

This is where Evnroll’s ER2B MidBlade excelled, ranking 1st from 10’ft. Following success on tour, the ‘Murdered Out’ ER2B was launched in July 2019.

It is a shorter, wider, heel-and-toe weighted flange blade featuring a proprietary flat black armor finish, complete with black shaft, grip, and hardcover.

CNC-milled from 303 Stainless Steel and hand-finished in Carlsbad, California.

Evnroll RS343-ER2B-PP-R4

Evnroll’s patented Sweet Face Technology, a unique and precise face milling on each Evnroll putter, imparts progressively more energy transfer on off-center hits to roll the ball a consistent distance with every stroke regardless of the impact point.

What’s more, the unique milling pattern also works to gently re-direct the ball back to the center eliminating dispersion from off-center hits.