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Odyssey Metal X Milled Line of Putters

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bjwestner    16

I had ordered a 330 Mallet last week because I thought it was a great looking putter....over the weekend I hit up GG and they had a few of the Metal X Milled Putters (Golfsmith did not as I was at GG just the day after going to Golfsmith).  After spending 3 hours in GG, I walked out with the #1 model.  I was really impressed with the quality of the putters.  These Metal X Milled putters are fantastic looking and appear very well made.  Furthermore the putter comes with it's own weight kit so you can play around with different weights in the putter to find the combination that fits you the best.

My 330 Mallet arrived last night and although I have not been outside with them yet, I am putting lights out indoors on my synthetic green and on the Puttist as well.

Interesting to note that there is a large price difference between some of the models....the #1 and the 330m are retail $299 while the #7 is $349.99 retail.  I guess it's more club technically so that must be the reason.

I'm not an insert guy at all which is probably why I like these putters.  It has that metal x face but it's really not an insert.  I don't know how they did it but they did it in a way that really makes it feel like a deep milled putter without the deep milling.  The headcovers are of good quality as well, they are not cheap and have no velcro at all.  Magnets close the headcover.

Has anyone else gotten one of these yet and if so, how do you like it?

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SamGray    2

I don't have one yet but I have been keeping a close eye on them. They are sexy and I love the feel of milled putters. I hope they bring the wide back version like the Versa 1w out! Hope you love the putter!

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trickyputt    22

I game a Metal X 7cs that I had to get shipped to the states. I like the weight, but they are all heel shaft here for now. When I was poking about at Golfsmith, I ran across the #1 in 36" and was very impressed for the same reasoning, that being the weight was very comfortable with my version of putter momentum. If I every took up that style of head, that would be the club. My perennial complaint has been that they are too low mass for me, or too heavy in the belly, chest heads.

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