Looking for an Odyssey Putter?
Which is the best model to go for?

It was an Odyssey putter which brought softer, more responsive face inserts to the world of golf. Along with Ping and Scotty Cameron they sit at the top table of the best putter manufacturers in the world.

Their designs are based on technology, especially after having being bought by Callaway in 1997. They have spectacularly good feel, and the only downside is the price, which can be high when new. You can, however, buy a reasonable used Odyssey, so keep an eye out for these.

on an Odyssey putter...

The main selling point of an Odyssey putter is the insert. Without doubt they make the best-feeling and softest inserts on the market. For more information about what an insert putter is and how it works, click here.

Click on the links below to find out which model will suit you best with www.Best-Putter.com's independent, hands-on reviews, you'll also find where to buy them at the best prices!

Odyssey White Ice 5 Odyssey White Ice 5 Classic face balanced D shape with silky soft Ice White insert!

Odyssey White Hot 7l Odyssey White Hot 7 Iconic Odyssey putter with the best feel and consistent roll we've ever tested

Odyssey White Hot 5 Odyssey White Hot 5 One of the most refined Odyssey White Hot putters. Strongly recommended if you're looking for a toe weighted putter.

Odyssey Black iX 1 Odyssey Black iX 1 Perhaps Odyssey's best effort yet to eclipse the Scotty Cameron and Ping Ansers.

Odyssey 2 Ball Blade Odyssey 2 Ball Blade Padraig Harrington used this combination of blade and 2 ball design to win majors, but what's it like?

Odyssey Backstryke Odyssey Backstryke One of the most revolutionary designs in putting. Love it or hate the look, the results are good

Odyssey Backstryke Blade Odyssey Backstryke Blade It looks like an Anser with an odd growth at the back, so hardly attractive - but is the Backstryke Blade any good? Find out here!

Odyssey Black iX 1 Odyssey Black iX 1 Perhaps Odyssey's best effort yet to eclipse the Scotty Cameron and Ping Ansers.

About Odyssey Golf:

The company started in 1991 with a big idea - why do you have to have to make a putter out of metal? Their first putters - The Rossie I and Rossie II were made entirely out of an elastomer they call "Stronomic" with brass weights in the heel and toe.

As the ranges developed it became just the face insert - the area of the putter that actually makes contact with the ball that was made from this material. For more information about the Odyssey range and their revolutionary face inserts, click here.

The most popular models in the Odyssey range are undoubtedly the 2 Ball putters which became popular due to the ease of alignment.

Since the 2 Ball success, Odyssey has pursued a winning formula of building putter designs that have high performance (roll and resistance to twisting on off-center strikes) and then marketing these shapes in different "families".

This has a major advantage of maintaining putter designs that stand the test of time, like for example the Rossie, 2-ball and Odyssey #7, and building new technology into it, such as the original White Hot inserts, Versa color markings, stroke lab shaft and triple-track aim lines. 

While these are of course marketing ploys to give Odyssey a reason to sell some "latest-and-greatest" range of models at high prices every year, it also has the effect of giving the used putter market plenty of Odyssey choice and if you're willing to pick up a second hand putter, then Odyssey is a great brand to go for, because you can have the same shape at this year's model, just with a slightly different insert or look and pay a fraction of the new price. 

Which Pros have used an Odyssey putter?

Great putters who have used an Odyssey putter include Luke Donald, Ernie Els and Tom Watson. Along with Scotty Cameron and Ping, Odyssey putters are widely considered to be the best available on the market.

Not sure whether an Odyssey putter is right for you? Click here for our guide to choosing the right putter for your stroke.

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