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ODYSSEY aims to 'putt' the 'Pro' into your putting
by Carly Frost
November 08, 2013

Odyssey has long held the desirable position as the number one-selling putter brand in golf and as such any time they launch a new line of putters it is exciting. The new White Hot Pro Ladies line has been developed with the help of the world's top professionals and should offer Tour level performance and amazing feel thanks to a new enhanced iconic urethane insert.

The insert is the element of the new putter design that has been most rigorously tested by the top players, and as we all know, a great feeling (and sounding) putter really does fill you with confidence that you can hole anything on the greens!

The new White Hot Pro comes in three clubhead shapes - the Number 1, V-Line and the already popular 2-Ball model, which has been enhanced to feature an adjustable weighting system that allows you to alter the head weight from 350 grams up to 360 or 370 grams.

The ultimate piece-de-resistance in putting perfection is that if you choose to be custom fitted for your putter, Odyssey has a clever eyeFIT system that ensures that you can be fitted for the perfect putter to suit your individual eye position preference at address, thus purchase a putter that best suits your stroke.

Neil Howie, President and Managing Director of Callaway Europe, Middle East and Africa, said: "The White Hot insert has proven itself time and time again. More than 30% of victories on each of the six major professional Tours since 2005 have been made with Odyssey inserts. Golfers are increasingly demanding greater adjustability from their hardware and the weighting system in the 2-Ball, in particular, enables the putter to be customised to suit the pace of any greens."

The White Hot Ladies Pro putter will be priced at £109 and the 2-Ball version £149. Visit for more information.

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