The Evnroll Zero putter features a number of proven putter technologies to improve forgiveness. Focus on your stroke and the Zero does the rest for you in style.
Milled Sweet Face grooves delvery good roll
Excellent feel from large face
Performs better than it looks
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Evnroll Zero Putter Review
To say that there is a lot going on with the Evnroll Zero putter is a bit of an understatement. Evnroll seem to have thrown the putter design kitchen sink at the Zero to create one of the most balanced and forgiving putter designs around.
Firstly the head is milled from light 6061 aluminum and features four 30 gram stainless steel weights in each corner of the sole. Combined with the hole in the centre, they maximize MOI, forgiveness (opens in new tab) and reduce any head twist on off centre hits. The Zero hole can also be used to pick up the ball if that helps your back.
On top there is a white golf ball sized zero around the hole perimeter, hence the name. There is also a bold alignment line that goes right to the front of the face, which really stands out on the black background.
The face features Evnrolls Sweet Face design of variable width grooves that creates a more consistent roll by ensuring that there is no loss of energy on off centre hits. The roll from the Evnroll Zero was very good and the feel is excellent for such a large head.
So far, so normal. However on to the hosel which goes into the head towards the rear in what Evnroll call FaceForward balancing. When you balance the putter shaft on your hand the face points forward rather than up and this aims to keep the path more consistent. Over the years there have been several putters that had hosels going into the rear of the head, such as the Odyssey Backstryke ten years ago, and they always appealed to me and the Zero does the same.
The oversize Gravity grip features a 10 inch steel rod in the underside of the grip to keep your hands out of the stroke and the head from twisting. The hosel goes into the grip at an angle to align with the centre of gravity point (CG) and point the line on the grip just at the front of the zero on the head. All this is supposed to lock the face in on the target and it does do its job, but if you are of a nervous disposition then just look away from all the weird lines and angles it creates before you get confused.
Maybe this is the secret of the Evnroll putter though. The Zero is really designed for those who need the most assistance with putter alignment and making a stroke, the high handicap players (opens in new tab). There is so much going on visually that you can’t possibly figure it all out in the time available to make the putt as each round would then take days.
So the best thing to do is to forget all the wonderful design features and lines and just point the face at the target and rock your shoulders using a nice stroke with zero thought. Do that and the Evnroll Zero will do everything for you and hole putts as it is one of the best feeling and well balanced putters in the market.
Martin Hopley is one of the foremost UK equipment reviewers with over 20 years' experience. As the former founder of Golfalot.com he was an early pioneer of online reviews and has also been a regular contributor to other titles. He is renowned for his technical knowledge and in-depth analysis, which he now brings to Golf Monthly.
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