The Bird Of Prey Let loose
This week we received a limited number of the new Odyssey Stroke Lab Black putters in store so it was only fair I took one out to try. 2 models arrived, the Ten and the Bird Of Prey. I chose the Bird Of Prey model of course because it was strong,sleek and streamlined..like myself.
Both putters have been engineered to provide excellent levels of feel an d forgiveness thanks to a new higher-MOI design. They also have the acclaimed Stroke Lab weight distribution designed to help to promote a more consistent putting stroke. I have never been known as a great putter but I did roll this very well. They look great and feel great and are very easy to line up
Callaway says that the multi-material shaft in the Stroke Lab models, which is 40 grams lighter, can dramatically improve your putter tempo. I couldn’t really notice this but i did think it seemed to swing on a very consistent path. The weight saved is redistributed into the head thanks to two sole weights, which are also offset by weights in the grip-end as well. The multi-material head contruction raises MOI for even more stability, producing greater forgiveness levels. A new Microhinge Star Insert gives a great noise at impact, and it just seemed to roll the ball really well. You can actually notice the ball seems to grip the ground a lot better making longer putts easy to judge..
The Black Ten model has already made its way into the bag of Phil Mickelson, and Odyssey says that it has become their most-played putter on the PGA Tour this season and I am sure with my endorsement they are now really destined for greatness.
Come in and check them out. We only have a few at the moment with more arriving in January
Shane “Chop ” Revell
House Of Golf Bundall
07 55 382 699