Odyssey White Steel Putter

Tri-Ball SRT Wide Large

Posted by Robert

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Odyssey White Steel Putter "Bigger is better" seems to be the philosophy these days when it comes to golf technology. If Odyssey's Two-Ball Putter is good, well the Odyssey Tri-Ball is better. Why are we messing around just adding another ball... let's just cut right to the 8-Ball putter! Now that's a putter I want to see.

Unfortunately the rules require a club to be no deeper from front to back than it is from heel to toe, thus my 8-Ball putter's face would be about the size of a rake.

Let's take a look at this Odyssey White Steel Tri-Ball SRT Putter. This is basically the 2-Ball putter on steroids. As I already mentioned, the rules require the width and length to be at least the same, thus the clubface of this mammoth putter is very wide.

Besides the extra ball, everything else is the same as the 2-Baller. Its aluminum body provides for the weight distribution to the perimeter. It has the white hot urethane insert that gives it a soft feel, and the 3 balls will help you have good alignment.

I'm not a fan of these huge putters. I believe they are designed for those golfers that are struggling with those 4 footers, and certainly this club will help with those. What's more, I was very surprised with how light it was despite the large head.

However, I would opt for a smaller style mallet putter where I can have the best of both worlds: a little more feel with the high MOI weighting. The Odyssey White Hot XG Rossie Putter and the Rife Island Series Barbados Heel Shafted Putter are a couple of my favorites.

Bigger is not necessarily better here, as this putter is gaudier than my grandmother's jewelry. (Sorry Grandma.)

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