Odyssey Ten Triple Track Putter
Who’s It For?
Odyssey’s Ten Triple Track Putter was originally developed from the company’s acclaimed Triple Track golf ball line. Both products prominently feature three lines that make it easy for golfers to improve their alignment and hit straighter putts. The Ten Triple Track and Ten Triple Track S putters are both high-MOI mallet designs, but there is one key difference between the two. Unlike its counterpart, the Ten Triple Track S, the Ten Triple Track Putter has no toe hang and is best suited for a straight back, straight through putting stroke.
The Tech Story
The most eye-catching piece of technology found in Odyssey’s new Ten Triple Track Putter is the three previously mentioned Triple Track lines on top of the club. One of golf’s most important fundamentals is alignment, and with the help of Triple Track technology, that part of the game becomes much easier. The Ten Triple Track Putter also features Stroke Lab Weighting, a multi-material shaft that redistributes weight to the head and grip end of the putter. This change improves the club’s balance, improving the tempo and consistency of each stroke as a result. Finally, the Ten Triple Track sports a new Microhinge Star Insert. This addition provides a firmer, enhanced sound at impact relative to previous generations while maintaining the roll benefits Odyssey putters are famous for.
Facts and Figures
Head Design: Double Bend Face-Balanced Mallet
Head Weight: 365 grams
Loft: 3 degrees
Lie Angle: 70 degrees
Toe Hang: 0 degrees
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