Odyssey reveal two new putters

2014 01 Odyssey Jailbird

Odyssey has introduced two new putters to kick-off 2013 as the high MOI Versa Jailbird and White Hot Pro Havok putters get set to help you on the greens.


The new Jailbird is part of the Versa family and will sit alongside the #7CS, 330 Mallet and Sabertooth in the range for 2014. The Versa family has proved popular on tour and uses Double Versa Technology to make the face angle stand out at all points of the stroke.

Odyssey say the Jailbird represents a step up in technology, and when combined with the White Hot insert, you get the great mix of more consistent sound, better feel and improved performance.
“The new Havok is an expression of what is possible in the design of high MOI putters." - Austie Rollinson

“All golfers, whether a tour pro or game enjoyer, can immediately see how their putter is aligned to the target, improving confidence and ultimately keeping more putts on line and hitting the back of the cup,” said Austie Rollinson, Odyssey Golf’s Principal Designer.

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On top of the Jailbird, Odyssey has unveiled the new White Hot Pro Havok putter, which promises to deliver greater consistency and easy alignment. The Havok Mallet features a brand new alignment system that works with the ultra high MOI to keep you putting on line.

Rollinson continued: “The new Havok is an expression of what is possible in the design of high MOI putters. Added to the obvious forgiveness and alignment benefits of Havok, we’ve also created a design that is still incredibly pleasing to the eye, aiding confidence.”

Odyssey Jailbird and Havok prices


You'll be able to get your hands on these new putters soon and the Versa Jailbird putter has an retails at a price of £159 while the White Hot Pro Havok putter has an RRP of £149. For more information, log-on to odysseygolf.com.

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