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Odyssey Toe Up #1 Putter with SuperStroke Grip

The Odyssey Toe Up #1 Putter is a squared flange blade, with a sole cavity, slight onset and a stroke balanced design.

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    Features & Benefits

    Stroke Balanced™ To Make You A More Consistent Putter

    Odyssey is the leader in putter innovation, and we relentlessly push ourselves to develop new technologies that golfers can use to roll in more putts. And we’ve reached that ridiculously high standard once again with our new Odyssey Toe Up Putters.

    We’ve used Stroke Balanced technology to reduce torque during the stroke for minimal twisting, so when you roll it, it’s going to be much easier to get the face back to square. We do it by strategically placing more weight towards the face to balance the putter, and the CG is aligned with the center of the face. All this is designed to promote a more consistent stroke, and when you put your finger up to the face, you’ll see that it balances toe up like no other putter in the market.

    And of course we didn’t stop there. Our Metal-X face is fly cut so that it’s perfectly flat and it’s chemically etched, which leads to a pure roll. Our hi-def alignment highlights the proper address over the ball. And the Superstroke Flatso 1.0 grip gives you Tour-proven feel and new Counter Core technology.

    Stroke Balanced™ For More Consistency

    We’ve engineered our Stroke Balanced technology to reduce torque during the stroke for minimal twisting, so you can keep the putter on line. And we engineered the shaft axis so that it’s specifically aligned with the Center of Gravity. By putting all this into the Toe Up, we’ve made it a lot easier to get the face back to square at impact. And that promotes a much more consistent stroke.

    Precision Crafted Metal-X Face For A Pure Roll

    With our Tour-proven Metal-X face, we’ve used a fly cut to make the face perfectly flat and a chemical etching, which leads to a pure roll. We got it right down to the last detail.

    Hi-Def Alignment

    The 3 white lines that worked so well with our Marxman family are now in the Odyssey Toe Up, and the lines absolutely pop off the Charcoal PVD finish. This hi-def system lets you setup perfectly to the ball.

    Superstroke Flatso Grip With Counter Core Technology

    The Toe Up comes standard with the Superstroke Flatso 1.0 grip design that allows for even pressure in both hands to eliminate tension in the wrists and forearms. And you can order an aftermarket Superstroke counterbalance grip with Counter Core technology to promote a more pendulum stroke.

    Our Promise For Odyssey Putters

    An Odyssey Putter is a promise made. Sure, we design each of our putters to help you slay more demons and sink more putts. But we also design them to withstand any kind of punishment you can dish out and we back them up with an Odyssey assurance of quality. We rarely see a putter returned, but if you find a defect within a two-year period, we’ll repair it or replace it. No questions asked. And that’s a promise kept.

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    Odyssey Toe Up #1 Putter with SuperStroke Grip is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 8.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Different, but worth trying I've had this putter for about a half dozen rounds now, as well as practice at home, and I'm currently putting better than I ever have previously. The benefit of the toe-up design is actually noticeable: on the swing, the putter does not want to twist. As one who prefers a more stright-back-straight-through putter path, this is a tremendous feature. As others have noted, the face is actually onset from the shaft, which is unusual to look at initially. That awkwardness fades with use. The grip on this is perfect for the kind of putter it is. And the finish on the head is great: a non-reflective black.
    Date published: 2017-06-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Game improver My accuracy from 5-8 feet has improved to the point where I expect it in the cup. This putter has improved my putting anywhere on the green.
    Date published: 2017-09-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from This putter does what it is designed to do. The putter assists with a straight back and through putt. Especially useful for limiting an off-plane movement.
    Date published: 2016-12-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Likely my permanent gamer Okay, they asked for my review, good or bad, so here it is... First, it required my modifying the head in the following ways: - removed all of the paint fill, all cosmetic except the sight lines, which stood out way too much, - removed the metal stickers on the underside of the head, as they were unnecessary and applied with a kind of foam glue (noticed the ends of the stickers weren't perfectly affixed as they flexed), - strategically added back about 30g to the underside of the head where the metal stickers used to be (cut out to contour, and only on the front most side of the cavity, equally split between the two), - removed the grip, retaped the full grip length, and installed new (felt it was tilted slightly to the left). All of that was to fit my preferences, and the head weight approximately came out to 384 +\-. Lie was upright to 72*, length at 33.5. Grip weight also increased by about 25g. Sight lines much better though under the paint is a more silvery metal vs the darker head color, so it is still readily visible (I may try a flat black paint to better conceal). Do feel the center of gravity is just slightly inside of the center sight line, by about 1/8", so it isnt dead center perfect. Overall, much better w the added weight, and erroneous decorations and paint. Second, it does (sometimes) appear closed. Then it appears perfectly in line w the shaft. Sometimes it appears better toward the left toe, other times further back toward middle. It could be forward pressed, it could be perfectly plumb bobbed. Maybe it is an eye dominance issue taken in with the face being ahead of the shaft? Point is, it took a little bit of time before it would perfectly line up and appear square, really odd. Now, I pretty much only notice the leading edge of the face, and it sets up perfectly perpenticular to the line, and have grooved the stroke where I am confident about where the bottom is. Third, with all of the above factored in, it has the least amount of special consideration that a putter might require. I mean to say it sets up and strokes with no noticeable bias, better than any other putter I have used. It is almost completely neutral, where one can isolate the physical action of the stroke apart from any outside influence. The head glides perfectly back and through. This one point is what makes the putter my new permanent gamer. Fourth, and this also really helps isolate the stroke, the face gives very good feedback on where the ball is struck. If you are off from the center of gravity of the face, you can feel it. The head does a moderately good job in resisting any twisting, but you can instantly feel when it is off, and we are usually talking about 1/4" off on either side. Too bad the cog isnt exactly dead nut on, with my head at least, as I'v had to make that subtle adjustment at address. But the face/head gives great feedback on where you strike the ball. Fifth, it is a metal face, probably cast, w a pvd finish. It isnt exactly 'soft', and the sound could be a bit more muted. All modern balls sound a bit clicky to me (compared to balata), so soft isnt the best word to describe the feel, and when off of center, it feels worse, not solid. That's feedback in my book, but it isnt soft. I dont mind the feel or sound terribly, but it is not delicious, if you will. Finally, I putt really straight w the darn thing. And more consistently so. It is a learning process, but once dialed in, it is next to perfect, functionally speaking. Really impressed w how neutral it is. Great feedback. Great to isolate just the stroke as the major variable. That's the good and the bad. Hope it helps out. And thanks Odyssey... I probably won't do this in actuality, but have thought to myself that I should pick up a second for a backup. I like this thing, especially after the mods.
    Date published: 2016-08-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best Putter ever This putter is great Love it When you first set it down on the ground , looks like it is toe in It`s not Just put with it a few times and watch It`s great Counter balanced swings great Everyone needs to at least try it 5 puts and you won`t put it down
    Date published: 2016-07-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Toe up thumbs up I have never been a great putter. Tried many brands, lengths, mallet, blades all grip combinations. Don't know but something attracted me to the new toe up putter. It just felt right. My putting improved immediately. I don't fear the 6 foot putt anymore.
    Date published: 2016-06-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Odyssey Toe-Up Blade putter has enhanced my putting & confidence greatly. I've been struggling with my putting and have tried an array of face and toe balanced putters, but have not felt any of them were working for me. I picked up the Odyssey toe-up blade putter in a local store and started rolling some puts. It had a different feel than that of an insert or milled putter, but the balls were rolling really well, so I thought I'd give it a shot. Practiced a couple of hours a day with it, and from day one the ball hasn't done anything but roll better and better. It's now been a couple of weeks and my percentage making putts under 10-feet has increased, and my percentage of three putting the long putts has gone way down. And the biggest aspect I have noticed is how confident I feel on the green now, which has impacted the other aspects of my game as well. If you have been struggling with getting your putter face back to square, I highly suggest that you give this putter a try.
    Date published: 2016-06-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just pick a line and roll it. I always liked the feeling of a blade putter, but had problems of lining it up, and an inconsistent stroke. The Toe-up solves both issues. The three lines make you confident in your aiming, and the balance of the putter makes the good putts great, and the nearly ones good. The face is soft enough to make you putt without fear, and firm enough to get it to the hole. But, most importantly, makes for consistent putting. Played 15 rounds with it, and already trust it like an old friend.
    Date published: 2016-05-14
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