Callaway Two Ball Putter - which is the best model to go for?
The Callaway Two Ball Putter is a revolutionary design. Like the Ping Anser, it radically changed the way putters looked.
Because the design is just so good, everyone did as much as they could to copy it without breaching Callaway / Odyssey's 2-Ball patent.
Through it's putter brand Odyssey, Callaway has brought out a large number of 2 ball designs. Click on the links below to read independent hands-on reviews of each of them. Inactive links are for putters pending review - please check back for them soon!
Odyssey 2 Ball
The iconic putter of the 2000s - easy to aim, great feel
One of the most revolutionary designs in putting. Love it or hate the look, the results are good
Odyssey 2 Ball Blade
Padraig Harrington used this combination of blade and 2 ball design to win majors, but what's it like?
Background on the Two Ball Putter:
The two ball was first introduced in 2001 and quickly became the best-selling putter on the market. Since then it has won numerous tour events with players on all the professional tours. In the modern era. In the 10 years after its launch, pros used two ball putter designs to win over 190 events on world ranking tours. In fact Odyssey claims that over $80 million has been won by players using the 2-ball design.
Probably the most famous players who have used the 2 Ball are Annika Sorenstam, who used this design for the majority of her professional victories and Padraig Harrington who won the 2008 British Open with it.
This design was the first futuristic putter to become truly mainstream. Now, big mallet shaped, face balanced putters are virtually the standard shape for new putters on the market.
At Best-Putter.com we love the feel off the white hot insert on the two balls and for our money the two ball design is about the easiest putter to align consistently well. Give this putter some serious thought!
For more information about the Odyssey range and their revolutionary face inserts, click here.
Is the Callaway two ball putter right for you? Click here for our guide to choosing the right putter for your stroke.
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