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Odyssey Unveils New Stroke Lab Putters

8.30am 17th October 2019 - New Products - This story was updated on Wednesday, October 16th, 2019

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Odyssey Golf is to add two new models to its Stroke Lab putter range with the introduction of the Black Ten and Black Bird of Prey.

On sale from January next year, both new models boast a high MOI construction and Odyssey’s innovative Stroke Lab weight distribution to improve performance dynamics for a more consistent stroke.

The Stroke Lab design improves tempo and consistency of the stroke through a change in weight distribution in the multi-material shaft, with 10g added to the head in the form of two sole weights, and 30g to the grip-end via a 10g-lighter grip and 40g end-weight.

In the Stroke Lab Black Ten and Stroke Lab Black Bird of Prey, a multi-material head construction promotes exceptionally high MOI for more stability. Additionally, a new microhinge star insert creates a firmer feel, while providing the same roll characteristics of Odyssey’s Tour-proven White Hot Microhinge, while a high-definitions alignment makes it easy to find the right setup at address.

“With all of the premium technologies and performance that they offer, our new Stroke Lab Black Ten and Stroke Lab Black Bird of Prey Putters are truly remarkable,” said Odyssey general manager Sean Toulon. “Stroke Lab has revolutionized the putter category by fundamentally improving the rhythm and consistency in a golfer’s stroke. And we’re combining it with all the forgiveness from these super-high MOI head shapes with one goal in mind: to help every golfer make more putts.”

The Stroke Lab Black Ten is already the #1 Odyssey putter model on the PGA Tour, and Phil Mickelson is among the long list of players who are using it in competition. Mickelson recently said, “The first few putts I hit with this putter, I noticed a real difference.”

Priced at £269, both models will be available in stores from January 31, 2020.

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