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Odyssey Stroke Lab V-Line Center Shaft Putter

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  • 33
    33
  • 34
    34
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    35
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Odyssey Stroke Lab V-Line Center Shaft Putter

With the 2019 Odyssey Stroke Lab putters, Odyssey has completely retooled their approach to putter weighting. It all comes from changing the shaft. The Stroke Lab shaft is 40 grams lighter due to it's new multi-material construction that uses a graphite body with a heavier steel tip. This allows them to add weight into the sole of the club head and the butt-end of the grip. That weight distribution helps golfers make a smooth, accurate, repeatable putting stroke. Stroke Lab putters feature Odyssey's White Hot microhinge face insert, combining the legendary feel of the White Hot material withe dozens of microhinges that promote smooth roll and greater distance control. These putters are available in 10 shapes, including the V-Line center-shafted mallet, so there is a Stroke Lab design to fit the eye of every golfer.

Features:

  • White Hot microhinge face insert combines legendary White Hot feel with dozens of microhinges that promote top spin for smoother roll and more accurate distance control
  • Tip-heavy shaft saves 40 grams of weight that is relocated to provide smoother performance
  • Stroke Lab shaft is slightly stiffer and has less torque compared to a standard putter shaft to provide better control over the slightly heavier head
  • Additional weight added to the sole of the club and the butt-end of grip help you make a consistently smooth, more accurate putting stroke
  • 10-gram lighter grip also helps redistribute weight for better control and consistency
  • Center-shafted model has 9° of toe hang
  • Includes headcover

Specs

  • Top Rated: 4.5
  • New: New
  • Head Shape: Mallet
  • Head Weight: 365 grams
  • Lie: 70°
  • Loft:
  • Length: 33", 34", 35"
  • Gender: Men's
  • Type: Putters
Odyssey Stroke Lab V-Line Center Shaft Putter Odyssey Stroke lab Oversize is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I think I have tried most of the putters ever made and this Center Shafted Stroke Lab feels the most solid of all -- by physics I think you have to be right on the sweet spot. If you jerk and yank and look up and hit it all over the face it is not good for you. If you can putt you can putt with anything and if you can't putt a $600 putter will not work either.
Date published: 2019-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One Great putter This is greatest putter I have owned and there have been a lot. Made first 10 puts dead center. The shaft is awesome to me it is better that the $200 Stabilizer shaft I tried. If you like center shafted mallets you have to try this one
Date published: 2019-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This putter is unbelievable the roll is pure as it gets I'm normally not a mallet guy I love my Bertenelli but when the greens aren't what they should be I'm all in with this thing. Great putter and the feel is so nice!
Date published: 2019-03-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from not as expected Be careful when you purchase this putter.kind of bulky when making your stroke. Hard to keep on line.Must match your stroke pattern.
Date published: 2019-02-27
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What does toe hang mean on putting

Asked by: Dennis
When you lay the putter across your fingers so it balances, the toe will hang toward the ground if it has toe hang. If the face points straight up, then the putter is face balanced. Putters with toe hang are a good fit for golfers who have arc in their putting stroke instead of a straight back, straight through motion because the toe hang works with that stroke path by making it easier to arc the face open and closed with your natural swing.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2019-04-11
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