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TM200

LIMITED EDITION TOM MORRIS 200 PUTTER

£499.00

PLU: 86612

Right-handed putter

We’ve teamed up with our Partners Callaway, the #1 hardware brand in golf, to create a limited edition celebratory product that brings together one of golf’s greatest innovators and the #1 putter on tour.

The limited edition product celebrates four-time Open Champion, course designer and golf club maker Old Tom Morris and the #1 putter on tour, the Odyssey #7 White Hot insert, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
Each 34" putter features the iconic silhouette of Old Tom on the White Hot insert and is numbered and engraved on the base plater with the commemorative Tom Morris cross clubs logo, celebrating his bicentenary 1821 - 2021.

Each putter comes with a certificate of authenticity and has been assigned an issue number and registration date, which will be archived at the Home of Golf.

Year after year Odyssey retains the title #1 Putter in Golf. That success is rooted in an uncanny ability to develop new technologies that promote fantastic feel and roll, and sculpting beautifully shaped, expertly finished heads. The White Hot #7 Putter celebrates Odyssey and the rich lineage forged by a master club maker like Old Tom Morris. The stunning Limited Edition Tom Morris Odyssey #7 Putter also features:

-          The original White Hot formulation – which is a two-part urethane insert 

-          A new silver coating finish with fine milling on the surface

-          Each putter features the new Candy Apple Red Stroke Lab Shaft

There are just 200 of the Limited Edition putters available to buy, a unique product for a unique double celebration.

The putters will be shipped to your home in a special commemorative box, complete with a sleeve of Chrome Soft Tom Morris golf balls and a bespoke head cover, ensuring golfers around the world can join in the celebrations on Old Tom’s birthday on 16th June, 2021.

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