An up-close look at the Odyssey putter Jon Rahm’s using at the U.S. Open

Jon Rahm at 2021 U.S. Open

Jon Rahm's putter is a relatively new addition to his bag.

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If you’re like me — AKA, slightly putter obsessed — Jon Rahm’s flatstick may have caught your eye on Sunday at the U.S. Open.

As our own Jonathan Wall first reported, it’s a relatively new addition to Rahm’s bag. It first went into play at the Memorial (a victory he would’ve cruised to were he not forced to withdraw) and it’s back in-play at Torrey Pines this week.

Unhappy with his performance over short putts, he made a few notable departures from his previous model: He switched to a slant neck that he had previously used on his TaylorMade Spider putter to promote a more arcing stroke; he switched-up the head shape by opting for Odyssey’s legendary Rossie design (just without its traditional sightlines); he abandoned the Stroke Lab shaft for a more traditional steel shaft; and changed to a microhinge insert.

Callaway’s Johnny Wunder shared pictures of the putter from the site of the U.S. Open earlier this week, which you can check out below:

The exact model Rahm’s sporting isn’t commercially available, but if you’re looking for something similar, the Odyssey White Hot OG Rossie S is your best bet. It offers the same head shape and hosel that will (hopefully) help you drain as many putts as Rahm has using his.

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An alumni of the International Junior Golf Academy and the University of South Carolina–Beaufort golf team, where he helped them to No. 1 in the national NAIA rankings, Luke moved to New York in 2012 to pursue his Masters degree in Journalism from Columbia University and in 2017 was named News Media Alliance’s “Rising Star.” His work has also appeared in USA Today, Golf Digest, Newsweek and The Daily Beast.