Odyssey Golf’s #7 progressive mallet has been one of the most successful putters on the PGA TOUR for nearly a decade. The high-MOI mallet has has been a part of numerous product lines, but for the first time ever, it received a Vegas-esque makeover.
Odyssey’s limited-edition Lucky 777 putter blends the success of the #7 head with some new looks and options.
Precision milled from 1020 carbon steel, the putter features a distinctive “copper rose” finish and a one-off gold PVD Fusion RX insert. The insert is a combination of the classic White Hot insert with a thin .406mm stainless steel mesh over the face.
The addition of stainless steel mesh, which has oval dimples that are similar to those found on the Metal-X insert, gives the putter a faster roll than the standard White Hot insert.
A casino-themed aluminum sole plate has two adjustable weight ports — the head weight can be altered between 340, 350 and 360 grams — that allows players to match putting conditions and personal preference.
Odyssey’s Lucky 777 comes in three hosel options — center shafted, single bend with a slant joint, and a crank hosel with a crank joint — and retails for $500. Only 777 putters will be released in the U.S.
REVIEW: I own the Crank Hosel version and absolutely love it. This version is the most accurate I have used. The feel is soft, but not too soft. The finish is just right, and not too bright or too “rosey” on the coloring. I prefer a heavier feel, and the 20g weights from the supplied kit worked perfectly. The head size is just right, slightly smaller than the Tank versions. If you are a #7 fan, give this putter a try, you might love it.
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