Late last year, Odyssey introduced their all-new Ai-One putter lineup, which used the brand's super-computer to generate a new face structure which is designed to offer consistent performance across the face.
The putters have been an instant success, with a number of victories on the PGA Tour including Wyndham Clark's recent win at Pebble Beach, where he shot a course record 60 in the third round.
Now as part of the Ai One Cruiser line, Odyssey are adding three new distinct configurations for three different putting styles - Cruiser, Arm Lock and Broomstick.
Designed with the use of Artificial Intelligence, Odyssey have added contours onto the aluminium backer of the insert, which is moulded to the White Hot face. This promotes consistent ball speed across the face, with the usual White Hot feel that golfers have come to know and love from the brand.
Odyssey's engineers developed a Panlite window in the head, allowing the user to view the unique design on the back of the insert of each model.
The new models also feature heavier Stroke Lab 140 and 200 shafts, which are designed to better complement the heavier heads, longer grips and longer overall lengths of the models.
The putters feature a navy blue PVD finish, as well as interchangeable front weights which allow you to dial in your head weight to your exact preference.
Callaway Ai-One Cruiser Putters
The Jailbird Cruiser is a classic Odyssey shape which has been used to success by the likes of Wyndham Clark and Rickie Fowler on the PGA Tour in recent times.
It has a 380 gram head and is built at 38", with a 17" grip that is designed for you to be able to grip down, and the face balanced putter is designed to be extra stable.
An iconic shape which Odyssey are describing as a 'modern classic', with an angular design which is supposed to make it easy to align.
It has a 380-gram head and is built at 38", with a 17" grip that is intended to be choked up on. The face balanced putter features the new SL 140 Stroke Lab shaft.
The Double Wide Cruiser is a wider bodied blade which Odyssey says has become popular with both Tour players and amateur golfers alike.
The putter has a 380 gram head and is 38" with a 17" grip designed to be choked up on, and features the new SL 140 Stroke Lab shaft.
#7 Arm Lock
Like the #7 Cruiser, the #7 Arm Lock has the same angular design which is said to make it easy to align. There's a 380-gram head which is built at 42" with an Arm Lock grip, intended to be rested on your forearm.
#7 CS Broomstick
The #7 CS Broomstick has a heavier 450-gram head and is 48", with a split Broomstick grip, making the centre shafted putter extremely stable.
The putter also features a heavier SL 200 Stroke Lab shaft.
Available from 15th March, the new Odyssey Ai-One Cruiser Putters are priced at an RRP of £339.
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