Why Odyssey’s newest 2-Ball mallet putter is a perfect ‘Ten’
What happens when you combine an uber-popular putterhead shape with arguably the most impactful alignment aid in the history of golf? The Odyssey 2-Ball Ten ($300) — a game-changing mallet that’s taken the PGA Tour by storm this season.
The putter of choice for a number of high-profile pros (Callaway staffer Jon Rahm tops the list of users, though he used an Odyssey White Hot OG Rossie S prototype during his U.S. Open win) is built around the manufacturer’s ever-popular two-balled crown alignment system that first debuted two decades ago.
When the ball is situated in front of the two white disks, it makes it appear as if three balls are in a row at address, creating a consistent visual to the cup. And if you need a stronger visual aid on the 2-Ball crown, alternate options exist, including Odyssey’s Triple Track technology or a single black line running down the center of the crown.
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Odyssey 2-Ball Ten
Each putter (11 Ten models available in the series) comes equipped with Odyssey’s forward-roll-inducing Microhinge Star face insert and a multi-material Stroke Lab shaft for enhanced stability.
Multiple neck options are available (double-bend face-balanced and short slant neck) to match your preferred stroke type.