Odyssey reveal beautiful new Toulon putters

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Odyssey reveal new eight-model line-up of premium milled Toulon putters for 2022. 

Toulon Design putters are developed with an obsessive attention to detail, exacting precision, and Tour-proven performance. They’re meticulously crafted to be the best milled putters in the world.

The new line-up sees Odyssey deliver a wide range of premium enhancements, from new head shapes with deep diamond groove face milling, to the beautiful midnight black finish, split weight forward weighting configuration, and the latest generation Stroke Lab shaft. 

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The Odyssey Toulon putters.

The Deep Diamond full-face grooves are designed to control sound and feel by channeling vibrations. The face also features a medium depth double fly cut to enhance forward roll and feel to create what Odyssey call their "most consistent and best-rolling Toulon Design putters ever."

The stunning midnight black finish, played on tour, aids the premium look and feel and showcases the meticulous craftsmanship of these finely milled putters.

The Major-winning Stroke Lab shaft saves 40 grams of weight, which is redistributed to the head and grip end of the putter. Stroke Lab completely rebalances the putter for improved tempo and consistency in the stroke.

The Odyssey Toulon putters use the Stroke Lab shaft.

The 2022 models also have an adjustable weighting system. The new two split-weight design moves the weights forward, and towards the toe and heel. The positioning improves the inertia of the head, while also improving the consistency of impact ratio and forward roll. All of this leads to speed consistency and a high level of performance. The weights are available in a variety of offerings – from 5 grams to 20 grams each – in 5-gram increments.

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There are eight Toulon models in the 2022 range. Let's take a closer look at them.

The Odyssey Toulon San Diego putter.

Odyssey Toulon San Diego

RRP £379 | Available February 18
Loft 3º | Lie Angle 70º | Head Weight 360g | Offset Full Shaft
Toe Hang 45 | Left Hand? Yes | Hosel H1 | Length 33", 34", 35"

The Odyssey Toulon Madison putter.

Odyssey Toulon Madison

RRP £379 | Available February 18
Loft 3º | Lie Angle 70º | Head Weight 360g | Offset Full Shaft
Toe Hang 50 | Left Hand? No | Hosel H1 | Length 33", 34", 35"

The Odyssey Toulon Chicago putter.

Odyssey Toulon Chicago

RRP £379 | Available February 18
Loft 3º | Lie Angle 70º | Head Weight 360g | Offset 3/4 Shaft
Toe Hang 30 | Left Hand? No | Hosel DB | Length 33", 34", 35"

The Odyssey Toulon Chicago putter.

Odyssey Toulon Atlanta

RRP £379 | Available February 18
Loft 3º | Lie Angle 70º | Head Weight 360g | Offset 3/4 Shaft
Toe Hang 45 | Left Hand? No | Hosel H4.5 | Length 33", 34", 35"

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The Odyssey Toulon Memphis putter.

Odyssey Toulon Memphis

RRP £379 | Available February 18
Loft 3º | Lie Angle 70º | Head Weight 365g | Offset Full Shaft
Toe Hang 0 | Left Hand? No | Hosel DB | Length 33", 34", 35"

The Odyssey Toulon Las Vegas putter.

Odyssey Toulon Las Vegas

RRP £379 | Available February 18
Models DB / H4.5 | Loft 3º | Lie Angle 70º | Head Weight 365g | Offset Full Shaft / 3/4 Shaft
Toe Hang 0 / 45 | Left Hand? Yes (DB only) | Hosels DB / H4.5 | Length 33", 34", 35"

The Odyssey Toulon Las Vegas putter.

Odyssey Toulon Daytona Beach

RRP £379 | Available February 18
Loft 3º | Lie Angle 70º | Head Weight 365g | Offset Full Shaft
Toe Hang 10 | Left Hand? No | Hosel DB | Length 33", 34", 35"

The Odyssey Toulon Le Mans putter.

Odyssey Toulon Le Mans

RRP £379 | Available February 18
Loft 3º | Lie Angle 70º | Head Weight 365g | Offset Full Shaft
Toe Hang 0 | Left Hand? Yes | Hosel DB | Length 33", 34", 35"

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He has been playing golf for almost three decades and has been a member at Greetham Valley Golf Club in Rutland for eight years, playing off 12.

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