What we say...
Tech: Head weights allow overall weights of 365g, 375g or 385g, while counterbalancing weights of 5g, 15g and 30g let you customise the putter's feel.
● MP I really liked this. It has a lovely feel, nice grip and weight. The counterbalancing benefits are hard to feel, though it did feel a fraction smoother.
● JC Easy to align, with a nice head shape and alignment marks. The ball came nicely off a soft face, and I like the shaft offset from the head.
● JCox I like the chunky grip, but I found the feel a little inconsistent. Overall though, it looks nice behind the ball, and felt easy to aim.
● DL The thick grip and weight seem to take some of the feel out of the putter for me; but produced a lovely soft strike.
Counterbalanced putters are designed to provide belly putter-like stability. But making a switch from a normal putter that weighs around 340g to one that weighs nearly 400g can be too much for some. So Odyssey has developed the Tank Cruiser – with 10, 15 and 20g weight screws in the heel and toe to create four models with head weights of 365, 375 or 385g. You also can change the weight at the top of the 15-inch grip.