Testers Wanted: ODIN Golf Balls
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Testers Wanted: ODIN Golf Balls

Calling All Golfers! Testers Wanted for ODIN Golf Balls

The direct-to-consumer (DTC) market has experienced an explosion of new brands in recent years, offering golfers a plethora of choices.

One such brand that caught the attention of our Forum members, although not featured in our primary golf ball test of 2023, is ODIN Golf. Who is ODIN Golf and what, if anything, sets them apart in the competitive DTC golf ball market?

About ODIN Golf

According to ODIN Golf, their mission is to make golf more accessible, affordable and streamlined for everyday golfers.

ODIN Golf aims to deliver a golf ball experience equal to or better than traditional brands without breaking the bank. An additional enticing feature is their unique cashback program, offering a 20-percent return on every dozen purchased (applied to a future purchase), providing golfers with savings on subsequent ODIN orders.

Emphasizing their commitment to the everyday golfer, they distance themselves from the allure of tour pros, saying, “we’re not excited about the pros. We’re excited about you!” They aim for their community to directly benefit from and engage in the value they bring as a company, extending beyond merely reloading on more golf balls.

Want To Test?

For this testing opportunity, we’re seeking five dedicated golfers to test, review and keep one dozen ODIN X1 golf balls.

The ODIN X1 is a three-piece urethane-covered golf ball designed for low to mid handicaps and tournament enthusiasts. With a compression rating of 86, they promise a softer feel for players.

Notably, they assert that the performance of their X1 golf ball is on par with the renowned Titleist Pro V1.

Does the prospect of testing the ODIN X1 intrigue you?

SIGN UP HERE!

This testing opportunity is open to Forum members in the U.S. only.
Registration closes Dec. 6 with selected testers being announced Dec. 12.

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      John Stovall

      3 months ago

      I would like to try this ball

      Reply

      John Tucceri

      3 months ago

      I’d be happy to test them

      Reply

      Ke

      3 months ago

      It would be a pleasure to try something new!

      Reply

      Christopher

      3 months ago

      Odin baĺls. Kind of apt when you shout “Fore!”

      Reply

      Robert Shaw III

      3 months ago

      I would like to try them out for myself

      Reply

      Edwin Jiwa

      3 months ago

      Happy to try

      Reply

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