Odyssey White Hot Pro-V Line Putter | Quick Look Review

Odyssey’s White Hot inserts have made their putters some of the most popular putters in the world.  These inserts have more wins and top-10s across the world’s tours.  The White Hot Pro line has the best feeling inserts they’ve ever created.

From Odyssey:

Through consistent testing with the best players in the world, our engineers have developed a new and improved White Hot insert that is more consistent in sound, feel and performance across the entire striking surface.


This line of putters includes tour-proven head shapes.  This particular putter from the White Hot Pro line has a high MOI mallet head with a modified Hi-Def alignment system.

With the looks of this putter, you can putt at anytime during the day without glare and distraction.  It has a gun metal finish creates no glare at address and throughout your stroke.  A golfer uses their putter for every round.  There is a possibility that paint, or certain finishes will wear off, this gun metal PVD finish will increase durability and wear resistance.


The White Hot Pro-V Line putter is available in right-handed only.  With a mallet head, this putter can be 33, 34, or 35 inches in length.  It has 3 degrees of loft with a 70 degree lie angle.

Final Thoughts:

This putter looks incredible.  I love putters with a great line.  This line gives off more confidence at address.  The insert will help you have accuracy with a great feel, giving you more opportunities to sink putts.  Keeping a steady stroke is always hard when putting under pressure.  With the mallet head, your putt will solid throughout your entire stroke.

I know this isn’t a new commercial from Odyssey Golf but I thought I’d share it anyway.

Written by BP Staff

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