US-based putter brand Evnroll have unveiled it's new V-Series putter line for 2023, which features the addition of interchangeable weights alongside a host of different hosel options for ultimate performance tuning.
The new V-Series is designed to offer golfers benefits in accuracy and dispersion thanks to Evnroll's existing and popular SweetFace Technology, plus the ability to customise toe hang and offset to suit their putting stroke.
The EV5 Series now offers golfers more versatility through a choice of three different rear chassis designs, three different colour options and three hosel options.
Each putter design has a precision CNC Milled 303 stainless steel face and front section, with a choice of designs to suit different requirements:
- EV5.1 is an 'artistic' shape which is the easiest to align, with a standard single top sightline and linear rear wings that move back towards the centre.
- EV5.2 has a standard single top sightline along with two other cavity sightlines, for players who prefer multiple reference points when lining up to the ball.
- EV5.3 provides a standard single top sightline along with a clean rear lineal shape, with a rectangle aiming window for both parallel and perpendicular aiming.
The EV5 Series is available in three different colour options: satin, duo and black (for a £50 upcharge).
The three putters essentially offer the shaping of a blade putter, with the stainless steel face and front section providing the feel of a blade, while the rear aluminium chassis and tungsten weights (positioned low and deep) offer the added CG and MOI of a mallet shape.
EV2 & EV8 Putters
Milled from 303 stainless steel, the new EV2 and EV8 feature new streamlined designs to create a low-profile look at address. The addition of two multi-material weights deep in the rear of the head help to increase MOI by adding more stability to the heads.
There's a thinner topline, more squared-off rear bumpers and a redesigned sole, all of which helps to produce a sleek, modern looking blade. The redistribution of mass behind the hitting area is said to improve sound, feel and feedback.
The EV2 is available in Satin (£419) or Black (£469) while the EV8 is available in Satin (£419) only.
The EV12 is a compact mallet with oversized performance. The body is precision milled from 6061 aluminium, supported by two 303 stainless steel wings in the corners.
These are three times heavier than the main body and are there to add more stability and forgiveness. The wings are precision milled to three different weights in order to maintain the same optimal D7 swing weight at any length.
The EV12 (£419) is available in either black or white.
Zero Z.1 Putter
Taking inspiration from the eye-catching Zero Putter that we reviewed last year, the Zero Z.1 features the same extreme four-point weighting and ball-sized zero alignment as its predecessor.
The .1 indicates the short-slant inline hosel shaft, which allows the putter head to flow down the target line. The ultra-light aluminium body has a hollowed-out, ball-sized zero in the middle of the head which allows weight to be pushed to the exterior of the head.
The Zero Z.1 (£449) also features the same Gravity Grip that aligns the hands to the putter face to improve face angle at impact and produce straighter putts.
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