Well, that was quite a finish to the U.S. Open, with Graeme McDowell fending off a who’s-who of golf superstardom to clinch the trophy with a 20-foot lag and a tap-in for par on the 18th hole at Pebble Beach.
McDowell’s putter is one of the original Odyssey White Hot #7 putters. This model is a mid-mallet with a plumber’s-style neck most commonly associated with a PING Anser and its various offshoots.
Odyssey had a strong showing on the leaderboard today, with Phil Mickelson wielding his trusty Odyssey White Hot XG old-school blade putter to contend for the U.S. Open crown. While neither McDowell’s nor Mickelson’s model is in current production, you can still find some fairly close iterations in Odyssey’s lineup of White Hot XG, White Ice and Black Series putters.