Need To Know
This putter has emerged as a competitor for the immensely popular Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Newport 2, and for good reason.
Alex is using the Las Vegas iteration in the review below and it is packed with new technology and refinement.
WATCH OUR ODYSSEY TOULON 2022 PUTTER REVIEW:
Odyssey Toulon 2022 putter - Key Features
- Diamond-milled pattern on the face with full grooves: promotes a soft connection with your golf ball
- Customised weighting: means you can tailor the club to all of your putting stroke's idiosyncrasies
Odyssey Toulon 2022 putter - Looks and Feel
The Toulon family is known for its midnight black finish. The craftsmanship is clear with this model and it has been tried and tested on the PGA Tour for several years.
The milled finish is very aesthetically pleasing, and it also feels comfortable when making your stroke.
It's available with eight refined heads, a black emerald Stroke Lab shaft and customised weighting.
Odyssey Toulon 2022 putter - Performance and Forgiveness
The putter is very forgiving and the face technology provides an improved forward roll at impact. It is a reliable and steady club.
In terms of the black emerald Stroke Lab shaft, the weight has been reduced by seven grams and the shaft has also been stiffened.
In this way, every angle of this new putter has been covered.
Should you buy the Odyssey Toulon 2022 putter?
The Odyssey Toulon model has been associated with 38 global professional wins, and counting, for good reason.
With its diamond-milled pattern on the face and improved forward roll at impact, it's a legitimate rival to the Scotty Cameron model, and some would argue that it leaves it in the dust.
However, £379 is a serious amount of cash to stump up for the privilege.