Three years ago I shared with you that Evnroll won MyGolfSpy’s 2020 ‘Most Wanted’ blade putter test. Now I noticed that Creatz Inc., the parent company to the South Korean golf technology company Uneekor, acquire a 70% share and controlling interest in Evnroll putters with immediate effect.
Evnroll Founder and Chief Designer, Guerin Rife, will retain a 30% shareholding and remain CEO, Chief Designer of the company going forward.
Evnroll Putters first came to the golfing world’s attention in 2016 with a range of stunning 100% US
milled putters featuring Designer Guerin Rife’s ground-breaking, patented ‘SweetFace Technology’.
It is an innovative and unique mill pattern engineered to deliver uniform performance across the entire
hitting area of the putter face for unprecedented accuracy and zero dispersion.
Evnroll is the second most-sold putter brand in the Korean putter market. With corporate offices in golf’s global heartland, Carlsbad, California, the acquisition will see Uneekor further expand its footprint in the US golf Market.
For more than 14 years, Uneekor has been developing and producing ground-breaking launch monitors, simulators, performance software, and accessories,
Uneekor’s patented high-speed OPTIX infrared technology delivers the most advanced ball and clubhead data ever achieved.
Together with their 16 million shots per day ball data they have generated a sophisticated algorithm that delivers precise unmatched ball and clubhead analytics for both indoor and outdoor fitting and practice.
The two companies are expecting future advancements in the portable putting analysis market.
Evnroll – sports analytics
The sports performance and technology industry is an exciting and rapidly growing field. Building contextualized insights by combining data and video will be a game changer. Golf is not an exemption!
I am very curious if Uneekor will develop a predictive analysis feature for its simulators and launch monitors.
One of the drivers of the global sports analytics market is the rising demand for tracking and monitoring the data of players worldwide. I can also see the demand for predictive insights and real-time data.