Gimme that: Callaway Chrome Soft Triple Track golf balls

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As we move into the new year, I usually find this to be a good time to clean out my golf bag and prepare for the upcoming golf season. My clubs have been collecting dust throughout this chilly December, but I’m hopeful we’ll get one of those unusually warm days come January, and want my bag feeling fresh. If you, like me, let the changing calendar dictate your (early) spring cleaning, now is as good a time as any to buy new balls.

With after-Christmas sales in full swing, you can stock up on a fresh dozen to be covered for (at least the beginning of) 2021. These Callaway Triple Track Chrome Soft balls are currently marked down to $39.99. The Chrome Soft balls create lower spin on full shots, while still maintaining high spin for more control around the greens. The triple track line is a true game changer and will have you feeling more confident over more putts in the new year. 

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Callaway Chrome Soft X Triple Track 2020

The Chrome Soft X Triple Track golf balls by Callaway provide an entirely new mantle system for faster ball speeds. With a Soft Inner Mantle and a highly resilient Firm Outer Mantle working together to generate increased ball speed right off the club face. This ball also features a highly durable, resilient, and thinner cover material creating lower spin on full shots. While maintaining high spin and control around the green.
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Emily Haas