How much will a softer face and higher MOI help you on the greens?

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For­give­ness is all in Odyssey’s new put­ter range.

For­give­ness isn’t the first thing you think about when you’re look­ing for a new put­ter, but it’s a per­for­mance fac­tor that’s spawned an en­tirely new sub­genre in re­cent years – high-MOI mal­lets. The need for greater sta­bil­ity at im­pact and con­sis­tency on off-cen­tre hits might not be as im­me­di­ately ob­vi­ous on the greens as it is with a driver or iron in your hand, but the mar­gins are so slight when you’re putting that a more for­giv­ing put­ter re­ally could save you shots.

Odyssey’s new O-Works EXO putters are en­gi­neered to boost MOI and for­give­ness with a multi-ma­te­rial con­struc­tion that com­bines a milled black stain­less steel body with a weight-sav­ing alu­minium red sec­tion that shifts the mass out and away from the face.

There are three mal­let head shapes avail­able with a face bal­anced (for less face ro­ta­tion in the stroke) or toe hang set-up (al­low­ing for more face ro­ta­tion), with 33, 34 or 35-inch shaft lengths. The #7 is a fanged model, the Rossie is an elon­gated semi-cir­cle and the In­di­anapo­lis has a winged shape at the back of the head.

Web: www.odyssey­golf.com Price: £349

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