Odyssey unveils ProType Black line of premium putters
Odyssey has enjoyed great success this year with its ProType line of putters, and is now rolling out the latest additions to the top-of-the-line collection.
The new ProType Black designs incorporate feedback from hundreds of tour professionals worldwide and, says Odyssey, offer "an unprecedented integration of look, sound and feel."
Upon first glance, the most distinctive aspect of the new putters is their color – stealth black. The heads feature a black PVD finish, the steel shafts have a black powder coat, and the grips are black and seamless.
The heads are milled from 1025 Carbon Steel that, says Odyssey, performs like stainless steel but with a softer feel. The face of each putter features a deep, sharp milling pattern designed to increase interaction between the face and the ball for better feel, a truer roll and increased consistency.
“Our new ProType Black putters may be the coolest, most premium designs we’ve ever developed,” said Odyssey Principal Designer Austie Rollinson. “The ProType Black line is born from feedback given by the world’s best players, which yielded features such as thinner top lines and thicker faces, and the forged-milled 1025 Carbon Steel offers a uniquely soft feel.”
The ProType Black line will arrive at retail on Oct. 12 in three models -- #2 (a blade with a squared-off heel and toe), #9 (a blade with more of a rounded head) and 2-Ball. The new product introduction retail price for the blade models is $269 and $299 for the 2-Ball.
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