Odyssey Golf has announced the launch of its new Stroke Lab Triple Track putter range, and the addition of new models to its Stroke Lab Black putter line.
Stroke Lab Triple Track
Odyssey’s new Stroke Lab Triple Track putter range features five models which have been designed to work in conjunction with Callaway’s Triple Track balls to help golfers aim more accurately, make consistently solid contact, and start the ball on the target-line with regularity.
Player testing has proven that using a Triple Track Ball alone can dramatically improve a player’s aiming accuracy from ten feet, but paired with a Triple Track Putter accuracy improves even more. Triple Track Technology utilises Vernier Hyper Acuity, the same visual technology used to land planes on aircraft carriers, to easily improve your alignment for better putting accuracy.
“We were immediately intrigued by the Triple Track Golf Ball,” said Sean Toulon, Odyssey SVP and General Manager. “We started drawing lines on putter heads right away and sure enough, player testing showed that pairing a Triple Track Ball with a Triple Track Putter promotes even better accuracy.”
The five models in the range are the Marxman, Double Wide, Ten, 2-Ball and 2-Ball blade. Each incorporates a Stroke Lab shaft and the new Microhinge Star face insert, which overs firmer feel and brighter sound, while promoting forward-spin at impact for smooth roll.
RRPs: £239 (Marxman, Double Wide), £269 (Ten, 2-Ball and 2-Ball blade). On sale date: January 30.
Stroke Lab Black
Odyssey has added five new models to its Stroke Lab Black Putter Series. After launching the Ten and Bird of Prey, both super-high MOI mallets, last autumn, it has now added two blades (One and Double Wide); two mallets (Seven and Rossie), and a new mallet shape, the R-Line Arrow.
In addition to their sleek black finish, Stroke Lab Black putters also feature Odyssey’s new Microhinge Star insert, which offers firmer feel and brighter sound while promoting forward-spin at impact for smooth roll.
Stroke Lab shaft technology saves 40g, made possible by an innovative new multi-material shaft design that combines a graphite body with a steel tip to net out at just 75g. Odyssey engineers redistributed the saved 40g by adding 10g to the head, and 30g to the grip, essentially rebalancing the putter.
The effect of Stroke Lab’s innovative weight distribution on a golfer’s stroke is dramatic. Odyssey studies indicate it improves the consistency of backswing length, face-angle at impact, head speed through impact and tempo. Feel for the putterhead becomes more acute, helping the golfer repeat the same, smooth stroke time after time.
Dozens of Tour pros have put Stroke Lab Putters in play, including Phil Mickelson, Xander Schauffele, Francesco Molinari, Danny Willett, Branden Grace, Adam Hadwin, Kevin Kisner and Retief Goosen.
RRPs: £239. On sale date: January 30.