The Callaway Chrome Soft Triple Track ball is one of the products featured in our Editor's Choice 2020 product list.
Callaway Chrome Soft Triple Track ball
Callaway’s Chrome Soft Triple Track ball offers excellent all-round performance with impressive technologies delivering optimised spin for maximum distance on long shots and enhanced feel around the greens, together with a scientifically proven alignment system.
A new graphene infused Dual SoftFast Core in the Chrome Soft creates greater distance and improved durability. The larger inner core helps produce higher launch and lower spin for extra yards while the thinner, yet firmer, outer core is highly durable and helps promote spin with shorter irons.
The ball has been rigorously tested to be supremely aerodynamic with minimal drag and this, together with the core and high-speed mantle, means the ball flight has been optimised to be as penetrating as possible for maximum distance.
The thinner urethane cover delivers a great blend of lower spin on longer shots with softer feel and increased spin for short-game control.
This is an excellent all-round performer for players seeking a blend of distance and control. We’ve found it keeps up with the very longest balls out there off the tee but it’s also a joy to play around the greens, with a lovely soft feel and plenty of check on well struck pitches.
Now, what about Triple Track? If you struggle with putting alignment and you haven’t tried Callaway’s Triple Track System alignment system, you have to give it a go.
Triple Track Technology uses Vernier Acuity Precision, a proven scientific method that analyses how the human eye sees straight lines. It’s the same technology used by planes to land on aircraft carriers, providing greater assistance with alignment compared to a regular side stamp or single line on a ball.
Use this ball with an Odyssey Triple Track putter for maximum effect – you might well be amazed at the results.
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