Odyssey introduces new Tri-Hot 5K, Eleven and Toulon Putters

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The new Tri-Hot 5K performs unlike any other blade, and Eleven redefines performance in a mallet
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January 5, 2022
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Odyssey 2022 - new putters

Odyssey 2022 - newTri-Hot 5K, Eleven, and Toulon Putters

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes


This week Odyssey, the #1 Putter in Golf, announced its new Tri-Hot 5K, Eleven, and Toulon Putters, along with new versions of their major-winning White Hot OG line-up. Each of these offerings will be available at retail across Europe from February 18th. 


Odyssey 2022 - new putters

Odyssey developed Tri-Hot 5K with an audacious goal, to introduce a new blade putter construction that outperforms a mallet, in a classic shape that the best players on TOUR love. We’ve moved the CG positioning forward and leveraged new materials in ways that have never been realized in a putter. Stainless steel, tungsten, and 6061 aircraft grade aluminium have all been meticulously crafted to re-invent what a blade can accomplish.

Odyssey 2022 - newTri-Hot 5K, Eleven, and Toulon Putters

Odyssey 2022 - new putters

Using massive amounts of tungsten, they’ve developed an inertia level exceeding 5000 IZZ for incredible forgiveness that’s unmatched in the blade category, all while moving the CG closer to the face. This spectacular combination promotes improved performance in speed control, spin control, speed consistency on off centre hits and a much tighter downrange dispersion that limits off-target spin.

Odyssey Eleven combines their legendary White Hot insert, still the #1 insert on Tour, with their major-winning Stroke Lab shaft to improve the consistency in your stroke. This unique head shape delivers the outstanding MOI properties that you would expect from a mallet.


Odyssey 2022 - new putters

However, this shape uniquely combines a more forward CG positioning that delivers the tight dispersion of a blade, for putts that stay on line. All these design characteristics are available in three proven options for better aim: a Tour Lined version, Triple Track Alignment, or a classic, unlined model.

The new Odyssey Toulon Design Putters are fundamentally driven to combine rare beauty, obsessive attention to detail, exacting precision, and Tour-proven performance. From compelling new head shapes, featuring our new deep diamond groove face milling, to a new stunning Tour Satin Black finish, new split weight forward weighting configuration, and their latest generation Stroke Lab shaft, this collection delivers the highest qualities that Odyssey could imagine for milled putters.


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