OTB Open Electron Soft Pilot Fox

(3 customer reviews)

OTB Open Electron Soft Pilot – The Pilot is a great feeling beaded putter that is the flagship putter from Streamline. It is flat and can handle torque if you choose to throw it off the tee. The Electron Soft plastic isn’t as soft as other soft plastics and features a sick OTB Open stamp. If you want a straight to stable putter in all conditions then grab an OTB Open Electron Soft Pilot today!

Streamline says this about the mold: “The Pilot has a medium-depth grip, small-bead wing design, flat top, and a comfortable rounded nose. The Pilot’s feel in the hand with grippy Electron plastics will inspire confidence, while its dead straight flight takes you right to the pin. MVP throwers will find the Pilot’s depth in between the Atom and Anode, and its flight most similar to a seasoned Anode.”

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3 reviews for OTB Open Electron Soft Pilot Fox

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  1. Michael

    Good stiffness on these.

  2. Max

    10/10 as described by OTB

  3. Anonymous

    Go to putting putter. Seems more stiff than electron soft to me. But I may need to just beat it in more still.

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OTB Open Electron Soft Pilot – The Pilot is a great feeling beaded putter that is the flagship putter from Streamline. It is flat and can handle torque if you choose to throw it off the tee. The Electron Soft plastic isn’t as soft as other soft plastics and features a sick OTB Open stamp. If you want a straight to stable putter in all conditions then grab an OTB Open Electron Soft Pilot today!

Streamline says this about the mold: “The Pilot has a medium-depth grip, small-bead wing design, flat top, and a comfortable rounded nose. The Pilot’s feel in the hand with grippy Electron plastics will inspire confidence, while its dead straight flight takes you right to the pin. MVP throwers will find the Pilot’s depth in between the Atom and Anode, and its flight most similar to a seasoned Anode.”