Odyssey Works 2-Ball Fang Tank SuperStroke Putter
If you have played any golf at all over the last 10 or 15 years, you have certainly seen at least one Odyssey 2-Ball putter. This mallet putter has been incredibly popular, and has been used by many professionals along with countless amateur players. The 2-Ball design on the top of the clubhead is intended to aid alignment, and many golfers love the weighting and feel of the club as they swing it through the ball.
A Classic Model with a New Look
Over the years there have been several different variations of the basic 2-Ball design brought to the market. This latest version is known as the Odyssey Works 2-Ball Fang Tank SuperStroke. That is a long name for a putter, but for good reason – there is a lot to say about this club. First, it has the classic 2-Ball design that so many golfers have come to know and love. If you have owned a 2-Ball previously, you will quickly feel at home with this one. Also, this is designed to be a counterbalanced putter that comes in longer sizes than normal – 35’’ and 38’’. This give the golfer the option of letting the grip of the club run beyond his or her hands to provide a better feel for the stroke. To make this work, the head and shaft are heavier than they would be on a ‘traditional’ putter.
The innovation doesn’t stop there, however. One of the most interesting features of this putter is the thin stainless steel mesh that covers the putter face – in front of the Fusion RX Insert. While this might sound unusual – because it is – it is also worth a closer look to see what it can do for the roll of your putts. Getting the ball rolling along the ground as quickly as possible, rather than having it skid across the top of the grass, is one of the key elements to good putting.
Get a Grip
Also, as the name would indicate, the putter comes with a SuperStroke grip installed. These grips have become very popular in recent years, as they are oversized with the intention of taking your hands out of the putting stroke – always a good thing. Between the counterbalanced design, the 2-Ball alignment aid, and the SuperStroke grip, this putter has about as many helpful features as you could pack into one club. Even if you aren’t usually a golf who likes to use a mallet putter, this one is worth taking a look at to see if it just might improve the way you roll the ball.