The 2nd generation White Hot XG #9 putter.
Constructed from a soft elastomer core, this highly resilient putter offers exceptional feel and gets the ball rolling quickly to your intended target. The thin, outer striking surface is infused with urethane, providing a fine-tuned responsiveness. This unique combination of features allows weight to be shifted to the perimeter of the head of the blade putter for a high MOI, creating even better forgiveness and truer roll.
Features and Specifications:
- Loft: 3 degrees
- Lie angle: 70 degrees
- Length: 34 and 35 inches
- Offset: Full shaft
- Head weight: 335 grams
About Odyssey Putters
An Odyssey putter is a promise made. Odyssey designs each of its putters to help golfers to slay more demons and sink more putts. But the company also designs them to withstand any kind of punishment, and then backs them up with an Odyssey assurance of quality. Odyssey rarely sees a putter returned, but if you find a defect within a two-year period, the company will repair or replace it no questions asked. And that's a promise kept.
Odyssey believes you can overcome a ton of adversity on the golf course--including nasty rough and deep sand traps--but that you live or die on the green. That's why the company has created some of the industry's most innovative putters over the years. In 1991, Odyssey released the first mallet putters molded entirely from a lightweight, soft, and resilient elastomer called Stronomic. Two years after its introduction, the Stronomic putter earned its first Tour win and quickly garnered wide acceptance among pros.
By 1995, Odyssey had claimed 26 first-place victories across the six major tours, and by 1996 had claimed its first Masters win. In subsequent years, Odyssey unveiled the Tri-Force line, which offers a unique tri-sole design that squares the setup at address; the White Hot, with a patented insert that proves softer and more responsive than the Stronomic; and the White Steel, which combines a precision-milled, stainless-steel insert and an improved White Hot urethane insert to produce more precision and accuracy than ever before. In 2003, Odyssey neared a staggering 50 percent market share within the putter business, and has continued to profoundly influence the market ever since.