The Odyssey Exo putters range features three mallets – the Indianapolis, Seven and Rossie models – in what is described as a super high-MOI family from the Callaway brand.
The Seven and Rossie both carry traditional mallet shaped putter heads, but the Indianapolis version has been based on the popular Toulon range and features a unique X-shape design. All three come in face-balanced or toe hang options and feature the now familiar red and black colour scheme.
The multi-material construction of all three helps provide maximum forgiveness and an increased MOI, as well as more consistent ball speeds and accuracy on the putting surface, while the renowned White Hot face has been developed further for improved sound and feel.
What Odyssey say about the Exo putters:
“Red putters in a way have reinvigorated the market, whilst Black putters are more timeless, and now we have a family of super high-MOI designs that incorporate both colours so beautifully,” Sean Toulon, General Manager of Odyssey Golf, said.
“Odyssey Exo is the culmination of some of the best looks and technology and the putters look amazing. Our Tour players love the sound, they love the feel and the cosmetics are striking.”
Odyssey Exo Indianapolis Putter Review
The Indianapolis, or Indy, version of the Exo putter takes its design from the Odyssey Toulon range. Odyssey have thrown every learned through years of honing putters into this one.
It’s has a unique X-shape look and a dominant single white sight line, making it incredibly helpful when it comes to accuracy on the greens. Designed with stainless steel face, a White Hot insert and an aluminium sole, the Indianapolis is an incredible design.
Odyssey Exo Seven Putter Review
The design of the Seven putter is the familiar fang style look we’ve seen elsewhere, but this one comes with the Exo technology incorporated into it.
Also known as #7, it is another multi-material combo of stainless steel and aluminium to create a supremely stable putter and one which should produce the goods over both long and short putts.
There are two sights lines on the fangs and a three dot aid on the club head itself in the Seven putter.
Odyssey Exo Rossie Putter Review
The Rossie putter carries a traditional and classic mid-mallet look and feel with an attractive curved back.
The stunning black and red design comes with a weight-saving aluminium section and an increased MOI courtesy of the stainless steel body of the putter.
The combination ensures clear and straight strikes across the entire face, which also features the Odyssey White Hot insert, of the putter. There are three sight lines to aid alignment.
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