Callaway Triple Track Technology has changed the way in which both your ball and putter can help you to produce a smooth and solid stroke with the short stick.
With the three lines on your putter and your ball, you are able to link them both together and bring your putter back on a path that is beneficial to your short game.
Alex took out the Odyssey 2 Ball Triple Track Stroke Lab putter and a Callaway Chrome Soft X ball to Mannings Heath Golf and Country Club to see how they could help his short game.
The Triple Track Technology can be found on Chrome Soft X, X LS and ERC Soft balls from Callaway and they help to instil confidence in your putting.
The technology certainly helped with the consistency and rhythm of Alex's putting stroke and this showed in his superb performance on the greens from both long and short-range.
A potential downside to having the three lines on your ball is that when it comes to settle in the fairway, they can be off-putting if they are pointing in the wrong direction.
However, once you have your ball lined up towards the hole on the green, the Triple Track Technology provides a complete process to alignment.
As Alex shows at the end of the review, using the Shot Scope app, Triple Track Technology helped to increase his strokes gained in putting, compared to his regular game.
Our review can make you realise that as much as custom fittings and club changes can help your game, alterations to the balls you use and your putter can instantly improve your short game and your scores in general.