Odyssey White Hot XG No7 Mallet Putter Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
  • Owner Rating 4 out of 5
  • Pros

    Simple to align, feels good and is great for promoting a rocking back-and-through stroke. 

  • Cons

    The golf head could be a fraction larger to inspire extra confidence for the average golfer.

  • RRP £99.00

What we say...

The unusually shaped XG No 7 has earned the nickname ‘Fang’ for obvious reasons. Odyssey claims its new insert is softer and promotes a better roll, and our spin test supports that. The fangs hold the putter steady through the stroke, and they aid alignment.

This was one of our pro’s favourites, as it was simple to align, felt good and was great for promoting a rocking back-and-through stroke. But we reckon the golf head could be a fraction larger to inspire extra confidence for the average golfer, as we struggled with consistency on longer putts.

New multi-layer insert from Odyssey: soft elastomer core combined with firm urethane outer striking surface and a high MOI body.

Contact: www.odysseygolf.com or 0800 026 46 53

Your Reviews

Odyssey Putters User Reviews

  • 4 out of 5 im in love

    By burrell94

    Great piece of kit. After chopping an changing putters,the way i hold the putter,changing swing path etc etc i finally found the odyssey white hot XG no7 . Its a perfect weight, and the alignment is easy and good to use. this is the only putter that when i grip it i have confidence in makig the putt ahead of me. After putting it in play i dropped a few shots. its soft of the face and creates a great roll. All i need now is for the rest of my kit to do the job this beauty does.

  • 5 out of 5 Just the best for me.

    By bigcornflakes

    I recently decided to replace my ageing 2-ball putter for something with similar feel and weighting but with a little more forgiveness. After an hour on the putting green trying half a dozen of the latest putters, I tried this and finally found what I was looking for. You can really notice the improved MOI over the original 2-ball and it feels so stable through the ball. Just simply the best for me.. but then, everyone's different!

  • 5 out of 5 Starship Enterprise gets better with age!

    By silverbullit

    This putter looks like something that Capt James T Kirk should be steering, and as difficult to handle at first! However, it grew on me and I now love it. Alignment is easy via the three red dots and "fangs". Classic Odyssey grip is superb and the soft face breeds confidence from 10 feet out. I've seen many pros favour this club on tour, and I am not surprised in the least.

  • 3 out of 5 it aint that great

    By tm_stck

    i ad this since the release ever since the last couple of months im getting drawn away from it its a good putter but its not to nice to look at but great to pick up the ball lol

  • 4 out of 5 Fang

    By Joegolf-

    The most stable putter i've ever used the BEST from 10 ft in but i had trouble with long putts with a soft face hence 1 less star. But would thoroughly recommend

  • 4 out of 5 Odyssey White Hot XG No5

    By Adam Hughes

    I have recently bought the no. 5 model in this range and straight away it feels lighter and easier to make good contact with the ball on the putting surface.

  • 5 out of 5 Putt for dough

    By Anonymous

    Tried this for the first time last week, in place of my 2ball Odyessy - work so well - I was worried about lining up putts but it was easy.

  • 4 out of 5 easy peasy

    By Anonymous

    A lovely, well made putter that will help most to sink more putts. This is mainly down to it being so easy to align. Enjoy!

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