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Odyssey's Backstryke putters are higher-end, competitive models available in three different styles.

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Pros

Won't find many putters on the market that are easier to align than this one

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The shaft won't get in the way of your line of sight

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The shaft position enables you to swing the club back and forth freely

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May be too big for some people

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Odyssey's Backstryke putters are higher-end, competitive models available in three different styles. It should be noted that the weight, loft angles and shaft lengths are identical for each model, and so the actual shape of each head type is mainly to appeal to different visual preferences for aiming. All three have carefully balanced heads that allow for smooth and consistent strokes. They use "forward press stabilization", which basically means that the shaft is positioned to encourage proper hand position, in turn increasing the potential for top spin and consistent control throughout the stroke. The face of the club is offset from the shaft by a large margin, making the face surface fully visible for easier aiming. Each club has a white face insert with a more solid feel than other Odyssey putters, and a rough surface that can help increase top spin.

Features
  • Offset face promotes visibility
  • Shaft encourages proper hand position
  • High topspin potential
  • Solid and rigid white face insert
  • Even, balanced head weighting
  • Deep centre of gravity
  • Loft: 3 degrees
  • Lie: 69 degrees
  • 355g headweight
  • 33, 34, 35" shafts
Model Variations
Backstryke Marxman
  • D-shaped head
Backstryke Blade
  • Semi-traditional blade-shaped head
Backstryke 2-Ball
  • 2 circular ball-size inserts on top
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