New Odyssey EXO 7 - Shot @ 2018 Valspar

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  • regiwstrukregiwstruk Members Posts: 583 ✭✭
    Does anyone know if this is going to be bigger than the 7S?
  • GolfingfanaticGolfingfanatic Members Posts: 3,065 ✭✭
    regiwstruk wrote:


    Does anyone know if this is going to be bigger than the 7S?


    Yes. Will be the same head as the 7H from the White Hot Series
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  • regiwstrukregiwstruk Members Posts: 583 ✭✭
    Well, that’s a bummer for my bag and a great thing for my wallet.
  • afroclelandafrocleland Members Posts: 113
    I just had a look at a site that's doing pre orders on these. They're literally double the price of the O-Works Black/Red varieties. That seems pretty steep to me. Don't get me wrong, I've paid silly money for putters before, but I don't see the justification over the Red/Black.
  • KmacKmac Members Posts: 689 ✭✭
    Different insert, different putter. A lot different.
  • afroclelandafrocleland Members Posts: 113
    Kmac wrote:
    Different insert, different putter. A lot different.


    Yes, but does it really justify doubling the price?

    Seems a strange manoeuvre. If it was a special edition or something, maybe, but this is just the newest range as far as I understand.
  • noodle3872noodle3872 Chilliwack B.C. CanadaMembers Posts: 2,653 ✭✭

    Kmac wrote:
    Different insert, different putter. A lot different.


    Yes, but does it really justify doubling the price?

    Seems a strange manoeuvre. If it was a special edition or something, maybe, but this is just the newest range as far as I understand.




    The $100 difference between Exo and O Works is worth it. The milling and insert plus more forgiveness is worth paying $299 for the Exo over the $199 O Works.
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  • afroclelandafrocleland Members Posts: 113
    noodle3872 wrote:


    Kmac wrote:
    Different insert, different putter. A lot different.


    Yes, but does it really justify doubling the price?

    Seems a strange manoeuvre. If it was a special edition or something, maybe, but this is just the newest range as far as I understand.




    The $100 difference between Exo and O Works is worth it. The milling and insert plus more forgiveness is worth paying $299 for the Exo over the $199 O Works.




    In the UK from the prices I've seen it's more than 100USD of a difference, it's basically double. But I understand the argument. I just think saying the milling is a big reason is somewhat diluted when it's an insert putter. I really like them, don't get me wrong, I just can't see too many people choosing to pay the extra when the normal O-Works are soo much cheaper. I suppose it also will be affected by how many are used on tour. Most of them seem to still be on the white hot putters.
  • EdinburghgolferEdinburghgolfer Members Posts: 456 ✭✭

    noodle3872 wrote:


    Kmac wrote:
    Different insert, different putter. A lot different.


    Yes, but does it really justify doubling the price?

    Seems a strange manoeuvre. If it was a special edition or something, maybe, but this is just the newest range as far as I understand.




    The $100 difference between Exo and O Works is worth it. The milling and insert plus more forgiveness is worth paying $299 for the Exo over the $199 O Works.




    In the UK from the prices I've seen it's more than 100USD of a difference, it's basically double. But I understand the argument. I just think saying the milling is a big reason is somewhat diluted when it's an insert putter. I really like them, don't get me wrong, I just can't see too many people choosing to pay the extra when the normal O-Works are soo much cheaper. I suppose it also will be affected by how many are used on tour. Most of them seem to still be on the white hot putters.




    In the States they're $300. Over here they're £330 or approx. $445 with today's exchange rates. Good luck explaining that currency conversion Callaway.
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  • 2Bad4u2Bad4u Members Posts: 212


    noodle3872 wrote:


    Kmac wrote:
    Different insert, different putter. A lot different.


    Yes, but does it really justify doubling the price?

    Seems a strange manoeuvre. If it was a special edition or something, maybe, but this is just the newest range as far as I understand.




    The $100 difference between Exo and O Works is worth it. The milling and insert plus more forgiveness is worth paying $299 for the Exo over the $199 O Works.




    In the UK from the prices I've seen it's more than 100USD of a difference, it's basically double. But I understand the argument. I just think saying the milling is a big reason is somewhat diluted when it's an insert putter. I really like them, don't get me wrong, I just can't see too many people choosing to pay the extra when the normal O-Works are soo much cheaper. I suppose it also will be affected by how many are used on tour. Most of them seem to still be on the white hot putters.




    In the States they're $300. Over here they're £330 or approx. $445 with today's exchange rates. Good luck explaining that currency conversion Callaway.




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