Odyssey has today announced the addition of two new models to its Stroke Lab putter range - the Odyssey Stroke Lab Black Ten and the Black Bird of Prey.
Both putters have been engineered to provide excellent levels of forgiveness thanks to a high-MOI design, whilst the acclaimed new Stroke Lab weight distribution helps to promote a more consistent putter stroke.
Callaway says that the multi-material shaft in the Stroke Lab models, which is 40 grams lighter, can dramatically improve tempo. The weight saved is redistributed into the head thanks to two sole weights, as well as into the grip-end.
The multi-material head contruction raises MOI for even more stability, producing greater forgiveness levels. A new Microhinge Star Insert gives a slightly firmer feel with better sound feedback at impact, whilst still producing the same great roll as Odyssey's famous White Hot Microhinge.
Odyssey General Manager Sean Toulon commented:
Stroke Lab has revolutionised the putter category by fundamentally improving the rhythm and consistency in a golfer's stroke. And we're combining it with all the forgiveness from these super high MOI head shapes with one goal in mind: to help every golfer make more putts.
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:
Both of these new putter models will be available in stores from January 31st 2020 across Europe.