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Odyssey Lightens Up On Tank Cruiser

A little more than a year ago, Odyssey introduced a counterbalanced flat stick called Tank, and while it was well received in some competitive circles for its belly putter-like stability (thanks in part to its 400-gram head), the club was criticized by some touring professionals for being too heavy. Several also felt there was too much of a gap between traditional putters, which generally tip the scales at 340 grams, and the Tank.
As a result of that feedback, Odyssey developed the Tank Cruiser. First used on the PGA Tour this past winter, it, too, is counterbalanced. But it boasts a lighter head and grip than the Tank. The club also offers more adjustability, so golfers can manipulate the overall feel.


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