Stroke Bal­anced de­sign makes it eas­ier to square the face AIMED AT Golfers with lots of arc in their put­ting stroke HOW MUCH £189 (#1 and #9 mod­els) KEY TECH

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Across its put­ter ranges Odyssey now has a head shape and de­sign to suit ev­ery need, from its Tank fam­ily that caters for those who can no longer an­chor, to its Versa line that helps high­light poor align­ment.

For its lat­est line-up, Odyssey’s R&D team has come up with two ‘Stroke Bal­anced’ mod­els, where ex­tra weight is po­si­tioned to­wards the face to bal­ance the put­ter.

Odyssey also en­gi­neered a spe­cial shaft axis specif­i­cally aligned with the cen­tre of grav­ity, which points at the mid­dle of the face.

This com­bi­na­tion helps re­duce torque dur­ing the stroke for min­i­mal twist­ing, mak­ing it much eas­ier to re­turn the face to square.

Three high-def­i­ni­tion white align­ment lines also pop off the Char­coal PVD fin­ish to high­light your aim, while Odyssey’s Metal-X face is fly cut to be per­fectly flat and then chem­i­cally etched for a smoother roll.

On sale now, the #1 and #9 mod­els cost £189, with both fea­tur­ing the Su­per­stroke Flatso 1.0 grip.

The shaft axis is aligned with the cen­tre of grav­ity

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