Odyssey begin exciting new chapter with White Hot RX putters launch

2016 01 Odyssey

• Odyssey unveil extensive range of White Hot RX putters
• The putters are designed to improve roll on every putt

• "We've made it significantly better," said Austie Rollinson

ODYSSEY | CALLAWAY | PUTTERS

The next chapter in one of golf’s most successful putter stories is likely to begin with the release of the new White Hot RX putters from Odyssey.

Recognised as the No.1 putter in golf with more wins on Tour than any other putter brand, the evolution of Odyssey’s White Hot putter has been combined with the renowned Metal-X Oval Technology, which creates a new dual layered insert to produce improved roll on every putt.

A soft core delivers feel and ball speed, while a firm striking surface provides audible, positive feedback to the golfer.

“We’ve taken the most iconic putter face of a generation, responsible for a multitude of Tour wins around the globe, and made it significantly better,” said Odyssey’s principal designer Austie Rollinson. “With clear improvements in roll performance, feel and sound, the new White Hot RX signals the beginning of the next chapter in one of golf’s most successful putter stories.”

Odyssey have fine-tuned the design of some of its most successful head shapes ever and have also added two new models – an exciting mallet coupling the look of the #7 and V-Line putters, as well as two new blades, #1 and #2, which were a result of feedback on Tour.

The full line-up is: #1, #2, #7, #9, Rossie, V-Line Fang, and 2-Ball V-Line. Ladies models are available in: #1, V-Line Fang and 2-Ball V-Line.

Players can also choose between Odyssey’s Tour-inspired Golf Pride pistol grip or SuperStroke grip options.

Odyssey White Hot RX putters :: Pricing and availability

Prices: Range from £129 to £169
In shops:
February 26, 2016

For more information, log-on to www.odysseygolf.com.

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