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Odyssey Ten 2-Ball Tour Lined Stroke Lab Putter in New ConditionOdyssey Ten 2-Ball Tour Lined Stroke Lab Putter

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Features & Specs

New Condition Men's Right-Hand Odyssey Ten 2-Ball Tour Lined Stroke Lab

Standard Type, Putterflex Flex, 34" Length, Standard Lie Angle

Steel Odyssey Stroke Lab Steel Shaft

 

Headcover Included : Yes

Tool Included : No

Grip Included : Yes

Style : 73009Q3401

SKU : 1057482-AAB-1D7-ABS

Description

The new Ten Series features an improved Ten shape, with a sleeker and more forgiving profile. The 2-Ball alignment system is included for easy, clear aligning at address. A new Stroke Lab shaft is slightly shortened and reduces weight by 7 grams. The shaft is engineered to be stiffer and more stable to add consistency to your game. The White Hot Microhinge brings a consistent roll with the classic Odyssey feel.

Features

  • New Odyssey Ten Head Shape - Sleeker, more forgiving look.
  • New Stroke Lab Shaft - Odyssey took the major-winning proprietary shaft and made it even better with a shortened steel section and lighter build.
  • White Hot Microhinge - Classic Odyssey feel with the enhanced roll benefits of Microhinge.

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Is this a "Ten" or "Ten S" model?

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It is the Ten model.

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