The new Odyssey Stroke Lab Black Ten and Stroke Lab Black Bird of Prey putters have been generating a ton of buzz and attention with their distinct head shapes and their incredible early success on Tour - and very soon, they will be available for you to purchase.
In fact, the Stroke Lab Black Ten is so impressive that Phil Mickelson recently made the switch, coming away from his true blade-style putter that he has wielded for a number of years. So what's all the fuss about? Well here's what Odyssey has to say about its new putters...
Stroke Lab Weighting improves your stroke...
Odyssey's innovative, multi-material Stroke Lab shaft is featured on the Ten and Bird of Prey. The shaft saves 40 grams of weight which is redistributed to the head and grip end of the putter. This completely rebalances the putter for improved tempo and consistency in the stroke, and it’s popularity and performance has helped Odyssey become the #1 Putter Brand on EVERY major Tour in 2019.
Multi-Material MOI design generates more forgiveness...
Both new putter models create exceptionally high MOI from a multi-material construction, making them extremely stable and forgiving on off-center impacts.
Microhinge Star Insert
Odyssey's new Microhinge Star Insert provides a firmer feel and enhanced sound at impact while maintaining the same roll benefits of the brand's Tour-proven White Hot Microhinge Insert. It’s already the choice of some of the best player’s in the world.
Our High Def Alignment makes it easy for golfers to aim better at address, which is a critical component to better and more consistent putting.
Already a leader on the PGA Tour
Both putter models are already in play on Tour, and in fact the Stroke Lab Black Ten is Odyssey's #1 model on the PGA Tour. The list of players who are gaming the Ten includes Phil Mickelson, who made seven birdies and shot 65 in his very first round with the putter at the Shriners Hospitals For Children Open.
Mickelson said after that round: “The first few putts I hit with the putter I noticed a real difference. It was more stable. What I found was from 6 feet in I was much more efficient. For me, a good putting round is making every putt inside six feet…I made every putt inside six or eight feet (today).”
According to Odyssey, players especially like the look, forgiveness and performance from the multi-material head.
Available: January 31, 2020