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Odyssey White Hot Pro #3 Steel Putter

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $29.17
Mid: $34.32
High: $39.47

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $58.34
Mid: $68.64
High: $78.94

Next update: 5/29/16

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Head Material:

Stainless Steel

• White Hot Pro insert is engineered to create a more consistent sound, feel and performance at impact.
• Laser Milled Insert Cutting Process produces extremely tight tolerances for an incredibly consistent performance across the face.
• Tour proven blade head shape with a half shaft of offset.
• Tour inspired Gun Metal PVD finish creates a non-glare look, and the PVD finish is incredibly durable.
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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Odyssey devoted a lot of research to re-creating the popular feel of its original White Hot face insert. A new insert-casting process produces more precise thickness and flatness tolerances for improved consistency. The gunmetal finish is intended to reduce glare.
"This putter makes a very low-pitched, quiet noise, but the face isn't too soft--it's just right."..."I love the matte finish and the simple alignment. It's easy on the eyes."
"The sound is a pleasant conversation between the ball and the face."
Our testers rated the White Hot Pro as their favorite blade. Goes to show that the technical benefits of a good face insert don't have to come at the cost of feel.
The red label on the face insert cheapens the look.

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