Odyssey White Hot OG Putters

Odyssey White Hot OG Putters

The most decorated putter insert in history makes its return with the release of the Odyssey White Hot OG putters.

For nearly 20 years, Odyssey Golf has led the industry in insert technology. The legendary White Hot is the most played insert by Tour players. During the past ten years, Odyssey boasted 719 worldwide Tour wins and is considered the No.1 putter in golf.

The White Hot OG putters include an excellent range of features all golfers will love. Its exceptional two-part urethane insert provides the ideal feel off the clubface for consistent putting performance. The White Hot OG comes in eight beautiful designs with an appealing milled putter look. Each putter is engineered with fine millings on the surface and a rich silver PVD finish. And, this iconic range of putters is available in Odyssey’s premium stepless steel shaft, or its Tour-proven multi-material Stroke Lab shaft.

Odyssey White Hot OG combines its classic name with an incredibly high-performance package.

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