Odyssey White Hot OG Putters Review
Odyssey's White Hot putters return with the OG family for 2021
Odyssey White Hot OG putters have been launched in the return of the hugely popular range for 2021.
White Hot putters have been among Odyssey’s best sellers and they are back along with a new suffix with the 2021 models known as OG.
The two-part urethane White Hot insert, which has made Odyssey the most popular brand on tour, has been honed further for improved performance to be the best yet.
The OG Odyssey putters features two versions of each model with a steel shafted option along with a stroke lab shaft option. The models in the 2021 release are the #1, #1WS, 2-Ball, Rossie, Rossie S, #5, #7 and #7S.
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What Odyssey says about the White Hot OG putters range:
“White Hot is the most iconic, most played, and most decorated putter insert of all time.
“This incredible lineup combines the amazing benefits of our two-part urethane insert technology with a rich silver PVD finish, and a fine milling on the finishes.
“Multiple shaft options are available within the Odyssey White Hot OG Putter Family
“It’s available in our premium stepless steel shaft, or our Tour proven, major-winning, multi-material Stroke Lab shaft to help improve your stroke.
“With White Hot OG, you’re getting one of the most renowned putter innovations of all-time in an unbelievable high performance package.
“The original White Hot formulation, feel, sound and performance are all back in one exceptional two-part urethane insert. Tour players and golfers alike have been asking us to re-introduce it for years, and we’ve listened.
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Odyssey White Hot OG #1 Putter Review
One of the traditional blade options in the White Hot OG family, the #1 features a class look and a crank hosel. The toe-hung putter has been designed to provide more face rotation and arc in the putting stroke.
Like all putters in the OG family, the #1 has the upgraded two-part urethane White Hot insert for feel, sound and performance like never before.
The putter has a rich silver PVD finish and is available for purchases in steel and red Stroke Lab shafts with a grey DFX grip. Shaft lengths are available from 32-38 inch options in both right hand and left hand putters.
READ: Full review of the Odyssey #1 Putter
Odyssey White Hot OG #1WS Putter Review
Similar in looks to the #1 putter, the White Hot #1WS differs to two design elements – a wide blade and a slant neck. That is where the WS name comes from.
The hosel on the #1WS is toe-hung and this oversized blade model suits golfers with a slight arc putting stroke. The two-part urethane White Hot insert produces exception feel on long and short putts.
The attractive silver finish gives a classic look, whether combined with a steel and red Stroke Lab shaft and grey DFX grip. Shaft lengths are available from 32-38 inch options in both right hand and left hand putters.
READ: Full review of the Odyssey #1WS Putter
Odyssey White Hot OG 2-Ball Putter Review
Odyssey’s 2-Ball putter needs little introduction, being one the company’s best selling models since first being launched.
It iconic mallet design gets a makeover in the OG family with a classic silver look contrasting beautifully with the two-part urethane White Hot insert.
The hosel on the 2-Ball putter is a double-bend design and produces a face-balanaced putter. It is ideally suited to golfers with a straight putting stroke, and produces minimal face rotation.
Choose from a steel shaft or red Stroke Lab shaft. Both feature a grey DFX grip and are available to purchase in shaft lengths from 32 inches to 38 inches in both right hand and left hand options.
Odyssey White Hot OG Rossie Putter Review
The Rossie model has featured in several Odyssey families, and is it a firm part of the OG range with two separate versions of the small mallet: the Rossie and Rossie S.
The Rossie is a face balanced version with a toe hung shaft. In this model, the shaft, which is available in stepless steel or red Stroke Lab options, is straight.
Featuring the two-part urethane White Hot insert and grey DFX grip, the Rossie model produces minimal face rotation and arc and is suited to a straight putting stroke.
Odyssey White Hot OG Rossie S Putter Review
The Rossie S model is near-identical to the Rossie, but this version of the small mallet has a slant neck hosel – and is why it is known as the S.
It is toe hung and is the choice for arced putting stokes given it offers face rotation from the two-part urethane White Hot insert.
The Rossie S is available in stepless steel or red Stroke Lab shaft options, ranging from 32-inch shafts to 38 inches with a grey DFX grip.
Odyssey White Hot OG #5 Putter Review
The White Hot OG #5 is one of the full mallet options in the range, with this model a face-balanced designed with a single bend shaft.
If you are in the market for a mallet, the #5 is a great choice for straight putting strokes. It is described as having minimal arc and face rotation.
The two-part urethane White Hot insert is present for perfect feel and ball striking from this attractive silver mallet.
Available in steel and Stroke Lab red shafts from 32 inches to 38 inches, the #5 OG has a grey DFX grip and will be one of the most popular from this family.
Odyssey White Hot OG #7 Putter Review
The iconic Odyssey #7 design, with it’s familiar fang shaped putter head, has been included in the new White Hot OG range.
One of two version of this model in the family, the #7 is a face-balanced putter with a double bend shaft. It is suited to a straight putting stroke with minimal arc and face rotation.
The #7 is available is both steel shaft and red Stroke Lab option from 32 inches in length to 38 inches and sporting a grey DRX grip.
The two-part urethane White Hot insert is included for improved feel, sound and performance.
Odyssey White Hot OG #7S Putter Review
The White Hot OG #7S is near identical to the #7 model, but features a short slant neck – which is the reason it has the S in the name.
The slanted hosel makes the #7S more suited to an arced putting stroke, compared to the #7 options.
The two-part urethane White Hot insert is key to the performance of this mallet, which is available in stepless steel and Odyssey’s new red Stroke Lab shafts.
The #7S is also available in 32-inch to 38-inch shaft sizes and sports a grey DFX grip.
Which is the best Odyssey White Hot OG putter?
The performance level is equal from across the OG family. The style of putters means some suit better than others. The #1 and #1WS are the blade options, while the Rossie and Rossie S are small mallets. The 2-Ball, #5, #7 and #7S are the full mallet designs.
How much do Odyssey White Hot OG putters cost?
The new 2021 putters will retail at $219/£160 for the steel shafted putters and $269/£196 for the Stroke Lab putters.
When will the Odyssey White Hot OG putters be available for sale?
They are available now having first been released in January 2021.
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