According to Odyssey, the development of the White Ice putters was guided by active input from Odyssey staffers on the PGA Tour and other professional circuits. The White Ice putters will replace the White Hot XG line.
The new White Ice face inserts promise improved responsiveness and audio feedback, particularly when used with softer balls. A black nickel “stealth” finish brings a sleek look to the line, which is composed of the 1, 7, 9, Rossie and Sabertooth (pictured here) models.
Look for the Odyssey White Ice putters starting on November 15, 2009 at a street price of $129. At that price, the White Ice putters will likely produce red-hot sales.