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Used Odyssey Crimson Series 770 Putter in Very Good ConditionOdyssey Crimson Series 770 Putter

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Very Good Condition Men's Right-Hand Odyssey Crimson Series 770

Standard Type, Putterflex Flex, 35" Length, Standard Lie Angle

Steel Odyssey Golf Shaft


Headcover Included : No

Tool Included : No

Grip Included : Yes

SKU : 1015094-AAD-3B3-ABZ

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Very Good Condition

Shows general wear associated with normal use over the course of a season or more but has been well cared for. Does not retain any of the "new look" but is in better than average condition. There is absolutely no sign of abuse. Cosmetic imperfections are typically visible. Examples include: scuffing, scratching, tiny paint blemishes, shallow dings/nicking, and normal shaft wear.


The Odyssey Crimson Series putters are constructed of 431 stainless steel and features the Crimson Stronomic insert, which is a firm, resilient polymer face that provides a flush impact zone for consistent performance. The 770 Series is a modified heel-toe weighted blade with alignment channels, a crank-neck hosel, and full-shaft offset.


  • The 770 is a modified mallet with a crank-neck hosel and full shaft offset.
  • It has aiming channels for more ease in lining up putts to increase confidence and accuracy.
  • Crimson Stronomic Insert generates firm feedback and responsiveness.
  • Alignment lines on each putter increase accuracy and consistency.


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