The added weight increases the putter's MOI by 109 percent in the 40-inch model. And here's the best part -- the weight is balanced throughout the putter in a way that creates a feel that is similar to Odyssey's short putters.
That could make the Tank a simple transition for golfers who want more stability in their strokes but hesitate to use a long or belly putter because of the pending anchored-putter ban.
The Tank will be available April 12 and cost about $199. Check out our quick-hitter review below.
Pros: We love the larger No. 7 head shape and the soft feel of Odyssey's revamped White Hot insert. We also appreciate that Odyssey is offering four different lengths at retail — 34, 36, 38 and 40 inches.
Cons: We'd like to see different neck configurations, such as slant-neck and center-shafted versions. Also on our wish list: adjustable head weights and Versa paint.
The Takeaway: The Tank is heavy, but it doesn't feel heavy. That will be huge for golfers who want more stability in their strokes, but don't want to leave their comfort zone.