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Posted June 11, 2018 in Products and Brands by Trevor Cigich
By John Steinbreder of Global Golf Post
Odyssey engineers wanted to create a flat stick that was extremely forgiving. To achieve that, they came up with a multi-material construction that used lightweight 6061 milled aluminum in center of the clubhead so they could redistribute weight to the perimeter, which is constructed of 17-4 stainless steel. That allowed them to concentrate the weight and by extension drive up the moment of inertia for more consistent ball speeds and directional control.
Then, those same technicians combined two popular Odyssey insert technologies, White Hot and Microhinge, to produce a putter designed to encourage immediate forward roll for improved accuracy and distance control.
The result of those innovations was Exo, and the engineers rave about the way the putters in that line perform and feel.
Released at the end of April, Exo is available in three familiar shapes: the Seven and the Indianapolis, both of which employ wings as a way of bolstering stability and forgiveness, and the Rossie, which is a mid-mallet. And they are offered in two options: face-balanced (made to reduce face rotation in the stroke) and toe-hang (which allows for more face rotation).
Republished with permission from Global Golf Post.