According to Odyssey, “Through our research, we’ve come to understand what women want in a putter in the areas of look, feel and styling.”
Careful there, Odyssey.
New features include a white chrome finish and an insert that is said to be firmer than the White Hot XG insert but softer than the White Ice insert. The insert was designed to offer more pronounced audio feedback as well.
Head weights of 350 to 360 degrees, depending on the model, skew heavier than normal for “enhanced feel and control.”
The new Odyssey Divine Line putters will officially be available on October 29 at a price of $129 for the Divine Blade putter and Divine Rossie putter, and $179 for what the “progressive” models of the Divine Mini T putter and Divine 2-Ball putter.