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While out at the LPGA Classic, the THP Tour Van caught up with Odyssey Golf to get a video preview demonstrating the new Flip Face putter. Over on the forum, there is a lot of debate on this one and we wanted to get the information straight from the source and show exactly how it works.

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  1. TC says:

    Wow! Fast and easy to rotate. I thnk I want one. I also like Nick’s hat and jacket. Cool video.

  2. DawgDaddy says:

    Impressive, I plan to roll one at demo day for sure. Thanks for the video.

  3. Paulo says:

    Nice video, thanks for sharing this.

    I guess I never really thought about how the putter comes apart to rotate the face. Makes it look like a big adjustment. Also like how Nick kept his cool under pressure….thought he wasn’t going to make it for a second there!

  4. GrantD says:

    Nice video. This video really makes me want one. I can’t wait to try it out at demo day.

  5. ddxu says:

    Interesting looking stuff, never ceases to amaze me on what will come out next. Hope to roll it and check it out during the THP Demo Day.

  6. Cookie says:

    Gotta admit, this is pretty cool. No experience with the white ice or metal x inserts, but I like where Odyssey is thinking outside the box.

  7. Chunkylover says:

    Very cool. Still unsure of the need but it’s a cool putter

  8. War Eagle says:

    Thanks for the video, for some reason I was expecting the rotating face piece to be much thicker than it actually is.

  9. Coolbreeze says:

    Great video, I still really like the idea a lot and if I could find one in lefty I would consider it.

  10. TripleBogieTim says:

    Nice Video GG, thanks for doing this.

    I want Nicks’s jacket too TC…LOL

    I like how Nick struggled for a minute but didn’t freak out, it’s an interesting concept….just not sure how much I need it….I think I would rather have a consitant feel to my putter than to be switching all the time.

  11. TheDue says:

    Still pretty skeptical of this putter from a cost/value/need perspective, but I have no doubt Odyssey has a well made product here. Companies like this do their homework before R&D get’s it on the table.

  12. Sharkwrestler says:

    Thanks for the Video
    Not sure about this one.
    I was waiting for him to drop the screw then what?
    I’ll give it a roll if its at the outing , wondering about the feel.

  13. 9-Iron Man says:

    Can’t say I’m a fan. I like the concept, but this just seems a bit clumsy to me. Thanks for the video.

  14. ghsace says:

    Awesome video and concept. I love the idea and that Callaway is thinking outside the box.

  15. Puttin4Bird says:

    When I first heard about this I didn’t think I’d like it, I was envisioning something different in terms of switching the face. I do like how it locks in real nice and tight. I still don’t know how often a person would really need to change it, but if you’re playing a lot of different style courses and greens it makes sense.

  16. INgolfer says:

    Gonna have to roll one to see what I really think. I’m skeptical of these so far.

  17. d_in_la says:

    I like the idea and think the execution is even neater. I wasn’t sure how it would work, but I like what Odyssey did – the open/close mechanism locks the face in making it like part of the club instead of just a horizontal swivel you can loosen.

  18. dhjkelly says:

    Very cool idea and looks like a solid product.

  19. hanks says:

    Very cool idea! I’m curious to see what the weighting is like with this putter

  20. royalwulff says:

    Great video and a cool product, but I am not convinced that it reaches its price point.

  21. Smallville says:

    Not sure that this would be something I would buy, but it is a cool product. But if you can get the two faces in two different putters for cheaper, why not just do that?

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