Odyssey Golf has a way of pushing forward their putter designs in one line, then folding those new boundary-pushing innovations in with time-tested features to create an even better putter. That’s what Odyssey believes it has done with their new Exo putters, which emphasize a multi-material construction to place as much weight as possible around the perimeter to maximize forgiveness and stability.
The putter starts with lightweight 6061 milled aluminum in the center, collecting the weight around the perimeter, made of 17-4 stainless steel.
The other big feature here is combining the popular microhinge technology designed to get the ball rolling forward faster and less skidding with the White Hot insert for great feel.
The black-and-red aesthetic has worked well for the company of late, including in the O-Works line, so it continues here with the Exo. The White Hot insert plays well into the entire package.
The Odyssey Golf Exo putters are available in the Seven, Rossie and Toulon-inspired Indianapolis mallet-style head shapes, with all also available in Toe Hang models for an inside-out stroke. They cost $300 each.