Odyssey Protype Tour Series Two-Ball Putter | Quick Look Review

Putting is a part of the game where feel is everything!  A golfer needs a lot of feel and confidence on the green.  Odyssey is known for some of the best feeling putters out on the market.  Their Protype Tour Series was designed to promote feel and accuracy.  These putters were created using feedback from Tour players all over the world.  This line of premium putters are meant to make very golfer feel like a pro.

These putters have a new milling pattern on the face that is sharper and deeper.  With the deeper and sharper milled pattern on the face of the putter, the interaction between the ball and the face will promote a truer roll with consistency.  These putters are also made from 1025 carbon steel which allow for a softer feel.  Using a putter with a softer feel and a truer roll will definitely improve your putting from anywhere on the green.

The Protype Series was crafted to make the putter head go along with the overall length of the putter.

From Odyssey:

Subtle tweaks to the design allow us to optimize the putter head with the shaft length using slightly heavier heads for shorter models to optimize feel, control and accuracy.


The #9 putter is available for both right-handed and left-handed players.  This putter has a mallet head that comes in 33, 34, or 35 inches in length and has 3 degrees of loft with a lie angle of 70 degrees.

Final Thoughts:

This putter looks awesome!  The polished steel gives this putter a classic look.  Odyssey will also allow you to customize any putter in the Protype Series.  You can select among six different colors for grips and putter head paint fill.  I have always been a fan of the Two-Ball putter and I can’t wait to get my hands on this one!  This putter is available, so choose your favorite color and go make some putts!

Written by BP Staff

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