When Callaway did a limited run of the Chrome Soft Truvis Stars and Stripes model in May of 2018 it went gangbusters so in anticipation of the upcoming Ryder Cup in Paris the company is at it again.
Joseph Montoro a 45-year-old 11-handicapper from Miami has some talent thanks to a background in baseball and a clubhead speed that hits 104 mph with the driver. With his current off-the-rack clubs his tendency was to miss a lot of shots to the right—fine when you’re advancing a runner to third but not when you’re aiming for fairways and greens. Joseph also felt that given his speed he was leaving yards on the table.
An extremely thin Urethane cover and low compression core round out the features by providing exceptionally soft feel and feedback at impact. Brooks Koepka shot a pair of 66s over the weekend at Bellerive CC in St. Louis to capture the PGA Championship his third-career major.
Stenson’s been a machine on the greens for the last few years. He was one of the early PGA Tour adopters of the high-MOI fang-style mallet design and he continues to use it to his advantage. His current Odyssey White Hot Pro model also features the company’s soft-feeling White Hot insert.
Since then Thomas upgraded to the new Titleist TS3 driver and a TS3 fairway wood. Those two clubs have not be unveiled to the public officially yet. You can expect the company to announce them later in the year.