Odyssey Exo with Stroke Lab


Callaway Golf has released their new line of exceptional Odyssey putters. Prices start at £239 and selected models will be available in stores from 8 February 2019.


Odyssey Stroke Lab

The new Stroke Lab line of putters incorporates a unique new method of weight distribution designed to improve the physical dynamics of the stroke. The Stroke Lab shaft is a full 40 grams lighter**, made possible by an innovative new multi-material shaft design that combines a graphite body with a steel tip.

Odyssey studies indicate improvements in the consistency of backswing time, face-angle at impact, ball speed, and ball direction*. Feel for the putter head becomes more acute, helping the golfer repeat the same, smooth stroke time after time. And Stroke Lab has already won around the world including Phil Mickelson (at The Match), Danny Willett, and Thomas Pieters.

** Compared to a standard Odyssey steel putter shaft.

From £239, available from 8 February 2019

Odyssey EXO with Stroke Lab

EXO Putters with Stroke Lab shafts represent a remarkable meeting of three of our newest innovations: EXO construction, White Hot Microhinge Insert, and Stroke Lab Weighting. The result is a spectacular line of high-tech mallets engineered to help any golfer make more putts. 

From £369, available from 29 March 2019

Odyssey Toulon Putters

Each model in the Odyssey Toulon Design Collection is a union of premium materials, intelligent design, expert craftsmanship, beautiful shaping, and advanced performance technology like the Stroke Lab Shaft. We’re proud to be such a fast-growing milled putter with golfers and on Tour, and we’re about to take performance-driven design to new heights.

From £429, available from 1 March 2019

For more information visit: uk.callawaygolf.com





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