What we say...
Odyssey's new Tank is a high-MOI, counterbalanced putter that feels like a belly putter – but it isn’t anchored. It has weighted components with a calculated balance point for greater stability through the stroke.
Conventional-length Tank putters have a total club MOI that is 34 per cent higher than a standard putter (with a 19 per cent increase in total club weight), and the longer options of Tank putters have a total club MOI that is 109 per cent higher than a standard putter (32 per cent increase in total club weight).
Stability weighting and a heavier head and shaft quieten the hands during the stroke to provide consistent control while a double barrel alignment clearly frames the ball at address.
The added weight engages the big muscles to promote a pendulum stroke that helps keep the wrists from breaking down. Traditionally, MOI has been measured only at the head level, but by weighting all of the components in harmony to dial in a balance point, the team at Odyssey has raised the MOI of the entire club.
It will be available in conventional length options (34” and 36”) and options slightly longer than conventional (38” and 40”).
Odyssey Putters User Reviews
The added weight in the grip does help to keep the hands quiet and I am getting a really nice roll on the ball. I am more consistent in terms of consistent control on the 30ft putts and feel more confident on the 8 to 12ft putts.