In 2001, Odyssey revolutionized the putter world with their 2-ball design. The discs promoted consistent alignment with the ball, while providing a platform to increase club moment of
inertia. The structure distributed mass well outside the center of gravity. Historically it has won many championships, including majors, and it is still a consistent performer today.
Such an accomplished pedigree and efficient design warrants optimization to the next level.
The gallery below shows the possibilities with optimizing the 2-ball disc design. Designs conceived range from aluminum to carbon fiber materials, and finishes consisting of blasted mist,
teflon, and epoxy paint. A lot of this sort of work requires some customization and cost, but the effect is unique, aesthetic, and effective. The typical Odyssey stock 2-ball has
plastic discs which can be removed with heat. The exception is the White Ice 2-ball, where the disc feature is a forged part of the club. For solutions, please see this link: