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Odyssey Tank #1 Putter

The Tank #1 Putter features a traditional blade #1 head shape with crank neck hosel.

Tank #1 wins 2014 LPGA major at Royal Birkdale

Ultimate Stability

Our newest addition to the alternative category is called Tank. It comes in short options (34” and 36”) and long options (38” and 40”) and features specifically weighted components with a Tour preferred balance point for a higher MOI and greater stability through impact.

Counterbalance Stability Weighting

The counterbalance weight (30g in long options and 40g in short options) plus a heavier head (400g) quiet the hands during the stroke. The added weight raises MOI to create more stability through impact, and engages your big muscles to promote more of a pendulum stroke that keeps your wrists from breaking down.

Total Club MOI With Increased Weight

One of the main reasons we’re able to achieve a greater level of stability is due to the total club MOI. The short options (34” and 36” putters) have a total club MOI that is 34% higher than a standard putter with a 19% increase in total club weight. The long options (38” and 40” putters) have a total club MOI that is 109% higher than a standard putter with a 32% increase in total club weight.

Tour Preferred Balance Point

The balance point is lower on the shaft, providing a more conventional feel that Tour players prefer.

New and improved White Hot Pro insert

New and improved White Hot Pro insert is highly engineered for more consistent sound, feel and Tour Proven performance.

Our Promise for Odyssey Tank Putters

An Odyssey Putter is a promise made. Sure, we design each of our putters to help you slay more demons and sink more putts. But we also design them to withstand any kind of punishment you can dish out and we back them up with an Odyssey assurance of quality. We rarely see a putter returned, but if you find a defect within a two-year period, we'll repair it or replace it. No questions asked. And that's a promise kept.


Standard Specs

  • Hand Availability: R
  • Loft:
  • Length: 34", 36", 38", 40"
  • Offset: Full-Shaft
  • Lie Angle: 70º
  • Head Type: Blade
  • Head Weight: 400g
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Another winner for Odyssey I’ve always had a connection to Odyssey putters ever since I started to pick up the game about 4 years ago. I started with the White Hot #9 and then my collection began to grow of course. I have been searching and searching for a putter that has it all and this one is it. The Tank #1 putter is absolutely a joy to use and knew that it was special to moment I started to make the putts I usually miss on the putting green. By adjusting my hands on the grip higher or lower, I could really tell that the counter balance was working like stated by Odyssey. I went with the 38 in. model and am glad I did. I have always been pretty conventional when it came to putter length but once I was handed this by a rep I was kind of shocked and even more shocked when I started to make more putts than usual. The insert has a great feel, to me in the heavier head, it is perfect. This reminds me a bit of the insert that was on the first Odyssey I had, WH #9, which makes me feel at home with this model. I think that the grip compliments this putter as well and having the counter balance at the end (30G in this model) works. You can tell a difference having your hands at the end of the grip or 4-6 inches down it on the longer models (38, 40in). Definitely give this one a try in all the lengths it comes in, I think you’ll be surprised. #Tankification lives… February 4, 2014
the tank Still working the new feel, with high weighted head and grip position. Much better in 20 ft or shorter, getting used to longer puts but love the stability feel through the stroke. October 11, 2014
Nice putter but takes getting used to Putter has good feel off the face but those switching from standard weight putters will need some time to adjust, but that's to be expected. If I could change one thing it would be the name, I don't like the term "Tank" anywhere near my golf game, but that's a small problem. April 22, 2014
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