Both incorporating the innovative and major championship winning ‘Stroke Lab’ technology and a new insert, the new Triple Track putters take their lead from one of Callaway’s golf balls, while the Stroke Lab Black putters offer a new look combined with exceptional performance.

First used in Callaway’s ERC Soft golf balls before being added to the company’s Chrome Soft X and used on Tour by players such as Phil Mickelson, ‘Triple Track Technology’ utilises three coloured lines to improve alignment.

The technology, which uses ‘Vernier Hyper Acuity’ a concept best known for assisting planes to land on aircraft carriers, helps players to better align to their target and features prominently on a range of Odyssey’s most popular head designs in the new Triple Track range.

Offering a firmer feel and refined sound at impact, the new ‘Microhinge Star Insert’ maintains the roll improving benefits and performance of the ‘White Hot Microhinge’ insert from the company’s other recent products and is already the choice of a number of the world’s best players.

A black PVD finish and coating gives the Stroke Lab Black models a premium and stealth-like look, that will further expand the appeal of Odyssey’s Stroke Lab technology that includes a shaft made of both steel and graphite.

Saving 40 grams of weight, the multi-material shaft allows for mass to be optimally placed in the head and butt end of the grip of both new lines of putters, improving stroke consistency and tempo.

Available in a wide variety of head shapes and neck configurations, both new ranges of Odyssey putters will be at retail around Australia from January 1.

RRP: $399.99.

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