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Odyssey Black Tour Designs 2-Ball Blade 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

• 2-Ball alignment system for more accurate alignment
• An extended mallet head with a crank-neck hosel and full-shaft offset
• Milled face has a precise, deep milling pattern that generates consistent impact performance
• This results in better feel, distance control and smooth roll
• Deep Black PVD finish produces a durable, glare-free look
• A.R.T (Advanced Roll Technology) uses tungsten weighting to create a quicker, more favorable roll by moving the CG (center of gravity) back and lower in the putterhead
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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The 2-Ball Blade has a milled carbon-steel body with a tungsten weight under the rear circle. The mass of the weight varies (up to 38.7 grams) to match overall putter swingweight with shaft length (350 grams for 35 inch shaft, 360 grams for 33- and 34- inch shafts). The black PVD finish is designed to eliminate glare, and the double-bend shaft has a full shaft of offset. Plus, it has got two circles that look like golf balls, but you already knew that.
"Feels like it has meat on the bone, like a good piece of barbecue."
"Doesn't set up closed like the regular 2-Ball, so better players will like this one."…"A consistent, heavy feel. You can lag putts tight from anywhere."
The optics line up like a mallet, but you can concentrate on making the stroke of a blade.
Takes quite a few nassaus to win back 270 bucks.

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