PREVIEW: Odyssey Golf O-Works Red and O-Works Black putters
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PREVIEW: Odyssey Golf O-Works Red and O-Works Black putters

The 2-Ball O-Works Red

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Red putters are in on the PGA Tour and in professional golf in general, and Odyssey is marrying the hottest putter color right now with their O-Works putter line to deliver O-Works Red in shapes that Tour professionals like with the Microhinge insert that has proven popular in their traditional styling. The company has also heard from a lot of players that they want a black finish on their putter, so the company is bringing out O-Works Black putters, too.

Odyssey is offering the O-Work Red putters in three head shapes: the 2-Ball and two variations of the No. 7. The 2-Ball choice is obvious -- it's the company's best-selling putter of all-time. The No. 7 model has a short-slant neck hosel to promote more toe hang, which has become more popular among pros.



The 7S
The No. 7
The 2-Ball O-Works Red

The O-Works Black line, which effectively removes the Versa-style contrast for alignment, has expanded to include now include seven head shapes, including the No. 3T, a short-slant neck version of the No. 7 head (No. 7S), as a center-shafted No. 2 mallet (No. 2M CS). Also available in O-Works Black are the No. 2W (wide), the classic No. 1 and the 330M, a mid-size mallet.

The No. 7S Black
The No. 2M CS
The No. 1

The O-Works Red and O-Works Black putters are now available for pre-order and broadly available Aug. 4, 2017, for $199 each with a standard Wynn pistol grip. Add $20 for a SuperStroke Mid-Slim 2.0 grip.


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