Odyssey Eleven putters: Blade benefits in a forgiving mallet


New Odyssey Eleven putters deliver all the forgiveness of a mallet and benefits of a blade in the brand’s most exciting shape ever.

RRP £329 Models Eleven, Eleven Tour Lined, Eleven Triple Track Lengths 33″-35″ Stock Shaft Red Stroke Lab 3 Stock Grip Odyssey Pistol or OS On Sale February 18

The Odyssey Eleven putter.

Building on the success of the Ten, Odyssey say the Eleven is their first high-MOI putter to deliberately attack a forward centre of gravity (CG).

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It’s a quarter-of-an-inch closer to the face than other leading mallets, which creates better speed and spin control consistency on off-centre hits, as well as a tighter dispersion in terms of accuracy and distance control.

The Odyssey Eleven Tour Lined putter.

The head has a 260g steel chassis, with a light (19g) TPU sole insert to remove inefficient mass from the centre of the body. Strategically positioned aluminium and steel weights create a putter that combines the feel and launch of a blade with the forgiveness of a mallet or MOI model.

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To ensure great feel and feedback, each Eleven also comes decked out with the legendary White Hot face insert and a red Stroke Lab shaft.

The Odyssey Eleven Triple Track putter.

All three Eleven heads are the same shape. You get to choose between slant neck, double bend or centre shafted hosels, and whether your putter comes with Tour Line or Triple Track alignment stripes, or no sightline at all.

Read our full Odyssey Eleven putters review, here.

Odyssey Eleven Putters Specifications

The Odyssey Eleven putters specifications.

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Rob Jerram is the Digital Editor of todaysgolfer.co.uk
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