Odyssey X-Act Tank: Return of the chipper

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Odyssey | X-Act Tank chipper

As the No.1 putter in golf, Odyssey is known for its prowess on the greens. Now, it has taken that knowledge and transferred it into other areas of the short game with the release of the new Odyssey X-Act Tank Chipper.

Designed to 'make the short game a whole lot easier for golfers', the Odyssey X-Act Tank Chipper is specifically built to make it easier to get up-and-down from just off the green.
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Odyssey says it has been designed to function like an 'approach putter', the X-Act Tank chipper uses specific weighting to ensure a smoother swing promotes consistent contact.

As such, it plays perfectly between a putter and a wedge for tricky shots around the greens. Hi Def Marxian alignment significantly increases accuracy, while the soft polymer face insert and hybrid-like sole design helps to get the ball out of trouble and rolling right to the hole.

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On top of that, it features Odyssey's now renowned Tank design. As such, its heavier 355g head weight helps to give the smoother swing, while the heavier grip ives a counterbalance feel that helps quieten the hands through impact.

Here's what Callaway's short game expert Roger Cleveland had to say about the Odyssey X-Act Tank Chipper.

Odyssey X-Act Tank Chipper

Loft: 37˚
Length: 35.5"
Lie Angle: 70˚

Left-handed option available.

Price: £109
Available: July 15, 2016
More info: callawaygolf.com

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