Odyssey’s new Stroke Lab Tuttle putters are packed with innovative tech

July 31, 2019
Odyssey Stroke Lab Tuttle putter

Like all Odyssey Stroke Lab putters, the Tuttle features a unique weighting system designed to improve the quality and consistency of your stroke. The secret’s in the shaft—a lightweight multi-material design (roughly 40g less than standard) with a steel tip and composite body.

Most of the Tuttle shaft’s weight is concentrated in the tip, for a smoother motion. The weight saved is placed in the sole via two weights, while 30g is added to the grip end. According to Odyssey’s research, the counterweighted design promotes more consistency in direction, ball speed and stroke time.

Odyssey’s White Hot Microhinge face insert further improves overall performance by promoting a smoother roll. Stroke Lab tech is available in 18 head/hosel combos. You’ll find it in the bags of Phil Mickelson and Francesco Molinari, among others.

Here’s a closer look at the technology inside the Stroke Lab Tuttle putter:

Top Tuttle Tidbits

MICROHINGE:Soft White Hot feel and distance control with improved roll
due to hinges that flex at impact.

A closer look at the Microhinge on Odyssey's Stroke Lab Tuttle putter.
Sam Kaplan

REDISTRIBUTED WEIGHT: A multi-material shaft that’s 40g lighter than standard saves weight for use in the head and grip.

A closer look at the head of Odyssey's Stroke Lab Tuttle putter.
Courtesy Odyssey

HEAVY HANDLE: A 30g weight is added to the end of the grip to create a unique balance and increased stroke consistency.

The Odyssey Stroke Lab Tuttle putter has a 30g weight at the end of the handle..
Jesse Reiter

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