Callaway Triple Track Ten Putter
- Aim is Everything!
By David Theoret
It seems that Callaway has always realized how important putting is to the game of golf. Ever since they launched their Odyssey Two-Ball putter in 2001, the company has done everything within legal, ethical and moral limits to help make putting easier.
New for this year is Callaway's Triple Track Technology. If you've played any of their new golf balls with the red, white, and blue alignment aids on them, you'll know exactly what I'm talking about. The new Triple Track putters are made to be used with these golf balls; line them up and see for yourself!
Callaway's line of Odyssey putters are the #1 putter in Golf, the #1 putter on every major worldwide Tour, and #1 in worldwide putter wins. Odyssey was also the #1 putter at every major championship in 2019. They must be doing something right!
In fact, the new Odyssey Triple Track putters were developed specifically from Callaway's popular golf ball line. Triple Track Technology uses the same visual technology used to land planes on aircraft carriers - Vernier Hyper Acuity. It's as simple as find the right line, line the ball up along that line, line the putter up with the lines on the ball, make a good stroke and pick up the ball from the hole. That is after you do your happy dance!
The Triple Track technology is not the only new feature Callaway putters offer. Their innovative, multi-material Stroke Lab shaft is engineered to help improve the tempo and consistency in your stroke, producing performance that is nothing short of incredible. The multi-material shaft weighs 40g less than conventional putter shafts, allowing Callaway to redistribute the weight in the head and grip end. A rebalanced putter means better tempo and consistency, two facets necessary for a good putting game.
Lastly, Callaway's new Microhinge Star Insert creates a firmer feel when connecting with the ball which in turn produces a sound that is music to your ears. The Microhinge Star Insert was inspired by Callaway's White Hot Microhinge and provides the same roll characteristics.
I've only played a handful of rounds with my new Triple Track Ten putter but I must say I am impressed. Warming up on the practice green for the first time with it, I don't think I missed anything within 10 feet. Being the great range player that I am, that needless to say did not carry over to the first green or any others for that matter. I do feel that it's now just a matter of finding the right line and taking the putter straight back and straight through. In six rounds with the new Triple Track putter, I bet I've shaved off a couple of strokes each round.
The new Odyssey Triple Track putter combines all of Callaway's impressive new technologies into one putter that offers exceptional alignment, consistency, and performance. The Triple Track alignment system is available on several models including the Marxman, Ten, Ten S, Double Wide, Double Wide Flow, and the ever-popular 2-Ball and 2-Ball Blade models.
Article Tags: Callaway Triple Putter, Callaway Putters
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About: David Theoret
David Theoret has been in the golf and golf travel industry for over 10 years, primarily selling online advertising. For the past seven years, he has also been a golf writer, reviewing golf courses, resorts, destinations, equipment, golf apparel, and training aids - the latter of which never seems to help. David's articles and reviews have been posted on many golf travel and equipment websites.
Growing up in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, it was naturally assumed he would play hockey. Beginning at the age of 3 and continuing into his late 30's, he did just that. However, after one too many pucks to the head, he realized that golf was a lot easier on the body (whoever said hockey players were slow) and took the game up.
After moving to Florida and accepting a position with TravelGolf Media (now part of GolfNow) his love for the game grew exponentially. Most Saturdays you will find him on a course somewhere in Florida or on the practice range reinforcing his bad habits. David plays to a 10 handicap - unless there is money involved in which case it goes considerably higher. He currently resides in Lakeland, FL with his wife Belinda and their two "kids", Madyson and Molly.
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