If you are wondering where the Odyssey Big T range gets its name from then you just have to look at one of the three models at address.
This is the #5 model and there is also a Blade and V-Line and they each combine two tried and trusted Odyssey alignment systems of the black and white Versa with the parallel lines of the Marxman in a T shaped design.
Whether you prefer parallel or perpendicular alignment lines then the Big T has you covered as you can pick out what you want from the look at address to line the face up to be square.
This it does very well and for anyone who likes alignment lines, then the Big T is going to be right up there as one of the easiest to get right.
Visually I preferred the shape of the #5, which is similar in size and shape to a Rossie style mid mallet, and the larger V-Line as the curved shape to the back of the head gave a great look.
The Big T features the Works face, which is a thin stainless steel mesh over the White Hot insert to provide a combination of softer feel with a firmer, louder sound at impact.
It is a bit of a half way house between a steel face and an insert putter and sound wise it is neither one or the other. The feel is a little sharper than the usual White Hot insert, so at the end of the day, it will just come down to personal preference.
It is a good face and a clever design, but you may have to look out of the odd bit of grass getting stuck in the mesh of you use it from off the green.
The Big T comes with the usual flat fronted Lamkin style grip which I do like, at the end of an all black shaft which I am not so sure about, but it does give a distinctive style.
Overall the Odyssey Works Big T is another solid range of putters from Callaway that brings together two of their most prominent alignment systems to get you pointing in the right direction on the greens.