Odyssey White Hot XG Blade Putter

2 Ball w/ Insert, Alignment Aid

Posted by Robert

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Odyssey White Hot XG 2 Ball Putter Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable? Is this putter a blade or a mallet? These are the questions I will address in the blog.

First of all, let's take a look at this 2-ball "whats-a-ma-jigger." The putter face is a blade, but it has 2 balls protruding from its back end. This is similar to Odyssey's Standard 2-Ball Putter, but the wings have been removed. This putter is from Odyssey's White Hot XG line. The White Hot XG features a multilayer insert with soft elastomer for feel and a truer roll, and a thin outer striking surface infused with urethane.

The light insert and the two balls bring the weight of this putter to the rear, giving it a high MOI. Thus, this putter will be more stable than your typical blade putter and a lot more forgiving.

The pros: I love the line drawn on for alignment. This in addition with the 2-Ball alignment system makes this putter a sharp shooting machine.

The cons: It looks like a club that came off the assembly line prematurely. Just get off the fence and dive into the full 2-Ball mallet. I like the 2 ball putters especially when I'm struggling with my confidence standing over those 4 footers.

In fact, I would recommend the Odyssey White Hot XG 2-Ball SRT Lined Putter. This is a 2-Baller, except Odyssey has added Saturn Ring Technology, two rings that run from the putter face back to the wing of the putter giving the putter an even higher MOI than the standard 2-Ball putter.

To summarize:

1) This Odyssey White Hot XG 2-Ball Blade Lined Putter is not a blade, the MOI is too high, and the club is too forgiving.

2) I enjoy tomatoes on my sandwiches. I've never put an orange on a bologna sandwich, thus the tomato is definitely a vegetable.

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