The Odyssey® Divine 2-Ball putter is designed specifically for women. The extended mallet head features the revolutionary 2-Ball alignment system and comes with a double-bend shaft and full-shaft offset. With softer aesthetics, adjustable weighting, and a new insert developed from women's preferences during testing, the Divine 2-Ball putter has everything you need to sink more putts from anywhere on the green.
For every Divine putter sold, a donation will be made by Odyssey® to the Susan G. Komen Foundation
Comments about Odyssey Women's Divine 2-Ball Putter:
First of all. . .I'm a man. I had a regular Odyssey 2-ball blade cut down to 33 inches with a small grip on it that was stolen. Looking for a new putter, I found this Divine 2-Ball to be very similar in feel to that putter. It took a little getting used to. I used my old putter without weights, but when I took the weights out of this one, it was too light. So, I had to find the right combination to get what I wanted. Feel wise. . . They tell you, "the Divine insert is slightly softer than White Ice and a little firmer than the White Hot XG and provides the feel and roll preferred by women during research and testing." Which means it isn't softer than men's putters, or harder than men's putters. It's just different. They probably gave a group of women putters to try, and 6 out of 10 of them said they "liked the feel" of this face, so that became the face for the womens' line of putter. If you like the feel of it, you like the feel of it. End. Alignment. . .I've always liked the 2-ball alignment system. This putter is no different. Quality. . .what do you want out of a putter? It hasn't fallen apart. It doesn't rattle. The face is still intact. Grip is still stuck on. Long story short, if you put in the work getting used to this putter, there's no reason you can't hit a putt straight at the distance you want.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend