Odyssey’s newest putter family, the Odyssey White Hot RX, combines two of the company’s most popular technologies into one putter for golfers who prefer soft feel and want to get the ball rolling on the greens.
David Dusek is joined by Austie Rollinson, Odyssey's chief putter designer, and the two discuss the new Odyssey Works Tank Cruiser family, the trend towards mallets, and putter preferences around the world.
On moving day at Augusta National, Brandt Snedeker shot a 3-under 69 to grasp a share of the lead with Angel Cabrera. The two men are at 7-under 209. Snedeker crafted his bogey-free round with the following.
Spotted at the U.S. Open with a putter hanging from his pocket on the greens, John Peterson had no such dilemma at the Masters – the putter he uses at Augusta National sports a cover too big to keep on him.
Odyssey is busy on the PGA Tour with players either switching to new Versa putters or requesting Versa paint jobs on their existing putter models (the Versa putter head has alternating sections of black and white).
With a ban on anchored putting methods looming, Odyssey Golf is trying to create clubs that will give golfers all the benefits of a belly or broomstick putter without having to be affixed to their bodies - hence the Tank putter.
Our David Dusek sat down with Dr. Alan Hocknell, senior vice president of research and development at Callaway to talk about the XR and XR Pro drivers, the Callaway Chrome Soft golf ball and the Odyssey Works putter.