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Thursday, 09 January 2014
NEW ODYSSEY WHITE HOT PRO HAVOK PUTTER ()
NEW ODYSSEY WHITE HOT PRO HAVOK PUTTER ()
‘Stretched’ head design, featuring the #1 Insert On Tour, creates ultra-high MOI putter delivering greater consistency coupled to easy alignment

Odyssey, the #1 putter on Tour, has announced the launch of the new White Hot Pro Havok Putter, a revolutionary design which pushes forgiveness and ease-of-alignment to new levels.

Featuring a Tour-inspired gunmetal PVD finish that creates an industrial, non-glare look at address and through the stroke, the Havok Mallet has a modified hi-def alignment system (v-line) and ultra high MOI, keeping more putts online, even on off-centre strikes.

Austie Rollinson, Principal Designer, Odyssey Golf, said: “The new Havok is an expression of what is possible in the design of high MOI putters. Added to the obvious forgiveness and alignment benefits of Havok, we’ve also created a design that is still incredibly pleasing to the eye, aiding confidence.”

To keep the White Hot Pro Havok Putter in peak visual appearance the PVD process also delivers increased hardness and wear resistance for incredible durability.

The Odyssey White Hot Pro Havok is available in 33, 34 and 35-inch lengths, and in right and left-handed options. Other new models adding to the comprehensive White Hot Pro line for 2014 include the #2 and #7CS.


The Havok has a recommended retail price of:

GBP 149
EUR IRE 189
EUR 199
CHF 269
SEK 1895
DKK 1699
NOK 1695
EUR FINLAND 219


For further information about the Odyssey White Hot Pro Havok and the complete collection of Odyssey products, visit: www.odysseygolf.com

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