Evnroll has unveiled four new putters for 2018, bringing a grand total of 12 design options for golfers.
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A Tour blade Anser style with a classic plumber's neck flange blade.
This has a smaller and thinner heel section and a channel in the front of the hosel arm to balance mass on either side of the sight line to keep the sweet spot directly in the centre.
Also eliminates the elbow below the hosel collar to help with alignment.
The original ER2 was the most popular model in Evnroll's arsenal. The new version mounts a stainless steel hosel pin towards the heel from the centre (only slightly).
They had to thicken the cavity wall to allow for the centre shaft, adding extra weight which was lost through drilling holes behind the face.
An Anser style Tour blade with a smaller and thinner heel section, and a channel in the front of the hosel arm to balance mass on either side of the sight line.
The elbow below the hosel collar is replaced with a straight cut at the base of the collar which matched the square side of the hosel arm.
The original ER3 was not in much demand, so Evnroll changed up the form. The new version takes shape inspiration from the ER2 with more weight concentration toward the rearward heel and toe.
The rear edge of the cavity has a cut-away shape in a forward pointing V intersecting with a centre sight line to remove mass for higher MOI.
A centre shafted mallet, with thickened wall cavities to allow for the hosel pin and removed mass from heel and toe for stability and consistent feel.