If you struggle to hit the sweet spot and your scores are suffering as a result, then look no further than the Evnroll ER10 Outback mallet putter. All Evnroll putters employ the most significant putter technology to date and the ER10 Outback Mallet putter is nothing short of a masterpiece. The ER10 is high-end and is truly breathtaking with its far-out visual look. Evnroll are the only putters that incorporate gearing technology which navigates the ball back onto it's intended line even on a miss-hit. “The Sweetest Face In Golf” eradicating miss-hits by expanding the sweet spot massively. Putter technology that can do for golfers on the green what titanium did on the tee box. Patented grooves that actually serve a real purpose and help the club maintain perfect distance control, which we all know is the key to holing more putts. Many reviewers of this model have seen off-centre strikes rolling directly to the intended target line with zero deviation! And also saying it's the most forgiving putter they have ever used.
The Evnroll ER10 Mallet certainly looks the business, if it didn't mean business then it certainly turns up and looks like it does. This is one of the most beautiful putters we've ever seen with its stealth-like matte black armour finish and far-out rear wing weight. The putter may look like a very daunting design but it's engineered to put the best (dare I say) even roll on the ball with all Guerin Rife's knowledge and expertise rolled into this concept.
The clubhead just feels very evenly balanced throughout the stroke with its ultra-high MOI, even mis-hits turn out to be great putts as if almost by magic! players will feel a real engagement between ball and putter face at contact. You will be asking yourself about the legality of the putter because it's so good, of course, it's completely legal and conforms to the rules of golf. The technology in Evnroll putter is predominately designed to aid very accurate distance control and they do this exceptionally well, three-putting will become a thing of the distant past.
Manufactured from black armoured 6061 aluminium and 303 stainless steel rear wing and handcrafted to a very high level matte black armour finish at the Carlsbad headquarters in California. Head weight is determined by length 33” 385g, 34” 370g, 35” 355g. The black single bend shaft is mounted directly into the head and is fitted with an FST stepless .370 tip, while a custom 95g Evnroll Black pistol grip is fitted and provides a lovely visual look. The total length of the putter is measured from the centre of the leading edge to the end of the grip. The ER10 is face point balanced while the lie angle is set at 70 Deg. The all-important face loft is 2 Deg from the shaft. The stunning red & white detailed Evnroll engraved artwork is on display on the underside of the ER10 Outback, logo, model, designed by Guerin Rife, 100% milled USA, it's all there on proud display. Glowing 5 star reviews are Rife for all Evnroll putters and just can't be ignored. The best golf investment you will ever make without a doubt. Can you resist the gorgeous looks of this incredible putter?
- Ultra-high MOI (Moment of Inertia)
- CNC Milled 303 Stainless steel head.
- Black armoured 6061 Aluminium.
- Stealth matte armour finish.
- Head weight by length: 34”, 370g.
- 2 Deg Face loft from the shaft.
- Lie angle: 70 Deg.
- Shaft: Black FST Step-less .370 Tip.
- EVNROLL Black/Grey Gravity Grip
- Black Evnroll headcover.
Feeling is Believing
The hands are incredibly sensitive. And the grip is the only physical connection you have to your putter. Where your hands are at impact determines how your putter face makes contact with the ball. 1˚ of face angle at impact will just barely catch the edge of the hole 10’ away. Face angle at impact is the key to hitting your lines and making more putts.
The Gravity Grip is a major breakthrough in putter grip technology. The body of the grip is ultralight EVA foam that weighs only 35 grams. By placing a 70 gram steel rod along the entire length of the grip ½ inch below the shaft, the hands can feel the precise angle of the face. The hands and the putter head are tied together creating a square zone before and after impact. Feeling is believing.