Just in case any of you are wondering if the new Odyssey Flip Face Putters comply with the Rules of Golf, we can first of all confirm that is truly the case.
It does not matter what golf putter you use, the player cannot make adjustments during the course of the round.
The infamous Sandy Lyle and Nick Faldo incident, whereby Lyle used tape to stop sunlight glare changed the characteristics of his putter, is a prime example.
We tested 34″ and 35″ length Odyssey Flip Face Putters and found the “dual face” produces two distinct impact feels, golf ball speeds, and rolls.
The aluminum golf insert has higher rebound, more clubface friction and a lower launch angle than the White Ice golf insert.
The flip face technology allows the user to adjust to the different pace and types of greens on unfamiliar golf courses.
Both clubfaces give great feedback. The aluminum insert has a sharper strike and feel, whereas the white ice golf insert has a quiter and softer feel on contact with the roller.
Both golf putting inserts assist the putter to easily find their line of putt and the more responsive aluminum face appears to get slightly more roll out on long range putts.
The rectangular putter head incorporates the Odyssey flipface technology and is easy to square up.
The golf putter headcover holds the wrench tool.
This gem of a putter looks great and performs great, with exceptional distance control.
The Odyssey Flip Face Putters is one of the most versatile and top-rated putters we have tested in 2014.
These sell at around £99 which is a very reasonable price for a premium brand golf putter.