Official stats through November 23rd

PGA TOUR

Odyssey won the count at Sea Island with 56 putters in play.

Kevin Kisner finished in 2nd place with his EXO Seven.

Toulon Design San Diego was our #1 model in play (5).

CURRENT PUTTERS IN PLAY
56
ODYSSEY
45

CLOSEST COMPETITOR

European Tour

Odyssey won the count at the Joburg Open with 77 putters in play.

Five Odyssey putters finished in the Top 10.

Our Seven design was our #1 head shape in play.

CURRENT PUTTERS IN PLAY
77
ODYSSEY
36

CLOSEST COMPETITOR

LPGA Tour

Odyssey won the count at the Pelican Women’s Championship with 39 putters in play.

Toulon Design Memphis was our #1 model in play (4).

There were 14 total Toulon Design putters in play.

CURRENT PUTTERS IN PLAY
39
ODYSSEY
22

CLOSEST COMPETITOR

Joe’s Journal: From Augusta

“It’s always a hallowing experience to be on the grounds of Augusta National, and the lack of fans and the norms of the entire spectacle only adds to the mystique this week. Here are some notes on many Odyssey staffers in the field this week:

Francesco Molinari: Austin. Francesco’s Austin has a Versa-like scheme to it. We bead blasted the mid section of his putter to give it a Black/Silver/Black appearance. He has found this visual very beneficial to his alignment.

Christiaan Bezuidenhout: Big T 5. Bez has used this putter for quite some time now. He has dabbled with other designs but always comes back to the Big T 5. The alignment features really suit his eye.

Phil Mickelson: PM Blade. Lefty will game his old trusty PM blade this week. He’s obviously used this style for the majority of his career and this one was one of the first heads we made him when he signed with Odyssey. We’ve recently milled in about a degree more loft to the face to optimize his ball roll.

Xander Schauffele: O Works Red 7 CH. Xander is one of the best putters on tour and has had solid runs with a number of putters (Big T5, SL Tuttle) but his putting stats go to a different level with the #7. The crank hosel gives the putter a little bit of toe hang which really matches up with the arc/rotation of his stroke.

Henrik Stenson: WHP 7. Henrik has used a #7 almost exclusively since he signed with Odyssey. Most notably, he used it in his epic duel with Phil at the Open a few years back. Henrik usually prefers a butane/torched finish on his #7.

Kevin Kisner: Exo 7. Kiz switched to this putter a few months ago after a long run with a WHP 7. The Exo 7 is a little more forgiving due to its higher MOI design. We also added two lines to the top that frame the traditional 3 dots. Kiz discovered that this helped him make much more consistent contact.

Marc Leishman: Triple Track Double Wide Flow. We actually shipped this putter to Leish so he could raffle it off for his Foundation. But before it hit the auction block, he took it for a test drive and started making everything. It’s been in his bag since. Don’t worry, we can always send him another one :).

Adam Hadwin: SL Double Wide. Adam first switched to this putter at the 2019 PGA Championship. After chatting with him a couple months ago, he was interested in trying another one that had a little shorter blade length. We grabbed a fresh one and ground down the heel and toe until the blade length matched what he was looking for. He found it was a little easier to square it up and it quickly became his gamer.

Matt Wallace: Las Vegas H7. When Wally first signed with us we made him a face balanced custom mallet that he switched to right away. It was in his bag up until a few months ago when he started experimenting with a few different #7 shapes. He has settled in with a Las Vegas H7. The toe hang and alignment aids on the Vegas help give him the feel that the putter is releasing down his line/arc.

Erik Van Rooyen: Atlanta. Van Rooyen used a SL Marxman up until recently (it’s what he used to win the ?? On the European Tour). He switched to a Versa-fied Atlanta H7 in Memphis. He found the Versa look on the Atlanta head improved his start line. After further testing, he has settled in with the same putter but with a DB shaft.

Dylan Frittelli: Triple Track #10. Dylan was actually the first player to get a Triple Track putter and he gamed it immediately starting at last year’s Mayakoba Golf Classic. The putter was a great fit for him as he also plays a Triple Track golf ball. That combination was a no brainer for him.

Good luck to our players this week!”

– Joe Toulon, Odyssey PGA TOUR Representative