The Odyssey Stroke Lab Triple Track Ten putter is one of the products featured in our Editor's Choice 2020 product list.
Odyssey Stroke Lab Triple Track Ten putter
Odyssey’s Triple Track range features seven different models all inspired by the Triple Track technology alignment system seen on some of Callaway’s recent golf balls. This system makes use of Vernier Hyper Acuity, the same visual technology used to land planes on aircraft carriers, so should do a pretty good job of helping you line up putts!
That’s certainly what we found when testing the Ten model, and even thought it works best when also using a Callaway golf ball with the same markings, it is still pretty effective if you prefer your golf ball to have a cleaner look.
Even taking the Triple Track alignment feature out of the equation, these putters are excellent. The premium black PVD finish provides a strong look, with the Microhinge Star face providing a solid feel and soft sound, and the Stroke Lab shaft system making it easy to keep things balanced. In our testing, our short to mid-range putts improved almost immediately.
The power to convert
We reckon Triple Track certainly has the potential to convert golfers who have previously not relied on a line on the ball to line up putts. You get the most assistance from the larger-headed mallets in the range in terms of both alignment and stability, and many golfers will be delighted to see that there is a Triple Track version of Odyssey’s ever-popular 2-Ball model.
Indeed, most of the models are mallets as you might expect, but there are a couple of more blade-style Triple Track putters too for those wanting something a little less fussy.
- BUY NOW (UK): Odyssey Stroke Lab Triple Track Ten putter from American Golf from £219
- BUY NOW (US): Odyssey Stroke Lab Triple Track Ten putter from Worldwide Golf Shops from $299.99
The alignment system is vivid and effective, and the feel of these putters both in your hands and off the face adds to their appeal. Golfers aware that they’re costing themselves shots through poor alignment or not setting the ball off on the right line should make the Stroke Lab Triple Track Ten a must-try this year.
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