Learn the Different Putters Made by Odyssey in 2011

Odyssey putters have been around since the early 1990's. They have consistently been one of the most popular and most used putters in the game of golf. Many pro and amateur players use them, and once used players usually do not stop using them. Some of the most innovative and best putter designs have been Odyssey putters. They feature many different putter head inserts and alignment devices, which make them stand out from the rest of the field. Odyssey is always chasing to be the # 1 putter in golf with its new ideas and products.

In 2011 there was some unique and different design features produced by Odyssey golf. They vary from convetional putters, belly putters, dart series and women's putters, with different alignment and insert design features installed on each. The two conventional odyssey putters from 2011 are the, Odyssey White Ice 2-Ball Lined putter, and the Odyssey White Ice 2-Ball Blade putter. The 2-ball lined putter is an extended mallet head that features the revolutionary 2-Ball alignment system with a line as an additional alignment aid, a double-bend shaft and full-shaft offset. The 2-ball blade putter is an extended blade-like putter head that has the same alignment system as the mallet 2-ball, a crank-neck hosel and full-shaft offset. Both are outfitted with a weighing system with three different options of weight, so you can adjust the weight of the putter to fit the speed of the greens or what feels more comfortable to you. Both putters feature the white ice insert, which is firmer and stiffer to promote more distance control and more top spin on your roll.

Blade: New- $ 149.00 Pros: Great Feel, Accurate, Looks Great. Cons: None.

Mallet: New- $ 149.00 Pros: Durable, Well Balanced, Accurate. Cons: Did not like grip.

Belly putters are becoming very popular. Odyssey's belly putter for 2011 is the Odyssey White Hot XG Sabertooth Belly Putter. The dual fangs of this Odyssey White Hot XG Sabertooth Belly Putter contain 37% of the putter's total weight. This Weigh placement helps you make a more consistent and accurate stroke. The aiming channels on the inside of the outer fangs insure proper alignment. The Sabertooth is constructed of a soft core, which has great feel and promotes a truer roll. A thin firmer outer layer provides responsiveness. The multi-layer insert allows weight to be shifted to the perimeter of the head for better stability. The belly model features a mid-length, double-bend shaft with full-shaft offset.

New: $ 189.00 Pros: Feel and Touch. Cons: Akward in the bag, Expensive.

The Dart Series Putters specialize in providing excellent alignment. There are three different Dart putters for 2011. They are all conventional putters.The Dart Series Putters specialize in providing excellent alignment. There are three different Dart putters for 2011. They are all conventional putters. They are the Odyssey White Ice Dart, The Odyssey Backstryke Dart, and the Odyssey White Ice Dart Blade. The Odyssey White Ice Dart has a mallet head with a double bend shaft, and has the adjustable weighting for different green speeds. The Odyssey Backstryke Dart is unique because the shaft is offset behind the putter, which promotes a hands forward position, which in turn produces an ascending stroke into the ball. The White Ice Dart Blade is a blade putter design, with a crank neck hosel and a full shaft offset and also has the adjustable weighing system. Dart stands for Direction and alignment technology, which basically looks like a dart on the top of the putter which helps you align your putts better for a more consistent strike and better distance control.

White ice mallet: New $ 149.00 Pros: accurate, great feel, durable. Cons: none.

Backstryke: New $ 149.00 Pros: accurate, great feel, easy to align. Cons: small sweet spot, to light

White ice blade: New $ 149.00 Pros: accurate, great feel, the look. Cons: none.