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Odyssey Black Tour Designs 8 Steel Putter

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $24.75
Mid: $29.12
High: $33.49

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $55.00
Mid: $64.71
High: $74.42

Next update: 5/29/16

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Head Material:

Carbon Steel

• Classic heel shafted blade designwith a slant-neck hosel and half-shaft of offset
• Advanced Roll Technology uses a multi material construction with a 1025 carbon steel head and a tungsten flange for a lower deeper CG to promote the best roll possible
• Tour Designs Milled Face for smooth roll and better feel
• Urethane dampening layer between the head and flange enhances the feel at impact.
• Deep Black PVD Finish provides a rich and glare free look that came from Tour input
• Precision weighting based on the putter length for premium performance and a balanced stroke
Based in Carlsbad California as part of the Callaway Golf Company, the Odyssey brand of putters first entered the scene in 1990 and has been bringing new product innovations ever since. Beginning in 1991 with their “mallet” putters, featuring resilient material inserts called “stronomic” In the following years Odyssey’s Tour popularity increased dramatically to become the “#1 Putter in Golf” 1995 saw 300 top 10 finishes on the PGA TOUR for Odyssey. Among their most recognized design innovations to date are the 2 Ball White Hot putter and the DFX.

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2011 Hot List
Gold Medal
Blade Putters
The head is constructed from three materials: a 1025 carbon-steel body, a tungsten flange, and between them a thin urethane dampening layer. The purpose of placing heavy tungsten in the rear is to get the ball rolling end over end more quickly. The #1 Wide is a no hosel design. The #2 has a plumber's-neck hosel with a full shaft of offset. The #8 is the Arnold Palmer style.
"I'd buy it for just how it looks."…"The feel is soft, yet the ball came off the face fast, which is a rare combination."
"It's got a great, heavy feel to it. Your stroke can't get jumpy."
If you desire real technology but can't abandon the looks you know and love, then this is your putter. Making classic shapes play better, and doing it with elegance, is why this series is Hot List Gold two years running.
Urethane-covered tour balls work well with the face, but other balls can feel too firm.

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