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The Odyssey Putter that really is 'Divine'!
by Carly Cummins
August 16, 2011

So many lady golfers are using putters that are way too long and poorly suited to their build, encouraging bad technique. I should know! At just over five foot it’s rare for me to walk into a golf shop and pick up a putter that is actually the right length for me, they’re inevitably too long. Before I even knew about club customisation I spent years gripping at the bottom of my putter grip – not the ideal technique I can tell you!

The Odyssey Divine Putter The Odyssey Divine 2-Ball Putter
The Odyssey Divine Putter The Odyssey Divine 2-Ball Putter

If you are like me and you’ve bought a standard length putter off the shop shelves and are struggling, then it would be well worth investing in one of Odyssey’s new Divine putters. Made specifically for ladies, these great-looking putters have a shorter shaft and the ideal head weight to compensate, plus a new softer insert that offers plenty of feedback and feel.

There are four different models to choose from, including a new 2-Ball with adjustable weighting so that you can fine-tune its feel.

Price: £99. For further information visit

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