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Odyssey White Hot OG #7 Stroke Lab Putter

Odyssey White Hot OG #7 Stroke Lab Putter

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The Odyssey White Hot OG #7 Stroke Lab Putter is a putter that features a double bend face-balanced mallet. This construction and technology is best served for golfers that have a straight back and through putting stroke to reap the most benefits. This putter has a milled surface finish that is quite attractive to the eye. It provides the look and design for golfers that love the look of a milled putter. It comes with the newly upgraded Stroke Lab shaft, which provides golfers with more stability in their putting strokes. The putter face is designed with the White Hot face insert that provides optimal feel and performance on each strike.

Key Features:

  • Face-Balanced Mallet – This type of mallet is best served for golfers that have a putting stroke that is straight back and through.
  • Milled Finish – The milled finish is a visual enhancement that golfers will enjoy when looking down at the putter.
  • Stroke Lab Putter Shaft – The shaft adds more stability in the golfer's putting stroke to help build consistency.
  • White Hot Face Insert – The face insert provides optimal feel and performance on each putt.
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Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
What is the difference between Odyssey stroke Lab 7 and 7S?
The shaft of the original #7 double bends, which sets the 7S apart from it. On the O-Works 7S, however, the shaft emerges from the putter head with a greater slant. A common request on the golf pro tour is for extra toe hang, so Odyssey created the slanted neck to accommodate that.
Nick sinclair
by Nick sinclair on July 28, 2022
Are Odyssey stroke lab putters worth it?
Odyssey Stroke Lab putters are worth the investment. Shaft upgrades have been popular for every club in the bag, offering better stability and shot dispersion.
Golf Expert Michael VGolf Expert Nick sinclair
by Michael V on July 28, 2022 · view 1 other answer
What does OG mean in Odyssey putters?
OG means Original Gangster, a tribute to Odyssey bringing back the very popular White Hot insert back to some of their putters across several different models.
Golf Expert Nick sinclairGolf Expert Christopher ThompsonGolf Expert Michael V
by Nick sinclair on July 26, 2022 · view 2 other answers
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Odyssey White Hot OG #7 Stroke Lab Putter
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Scott Hofsommer
Scott Hofsommer
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Nov 1, 2022

The White Hot insert in this line of putter provides a soft feel that makes you not want to stop using this putter! This shape head gives you better alignment and balance with the perimeter weighting on the fangs of the putter head.

Will Zeller
Will Zeller
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Odyssey has brought back its most popular face insert ever. The White Hot putter has returned. The feel that has been popular for 20 years is now paired with Stroke Lab Technology to create a very stable putter to help you sink more putts!

Eric A.
Eric A.
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Nov 1, 2022

The Stroke Lab feature helps with counter balancing which engineers claim will help the putter release and be more in tune with the players arms and stroke for more consistency and less wrist hinge.