Trident Align: World’s First Fully Adjustable Ball Marker For Golfers
Trident Align is the world’s first fully adjustable ball marker that enables golfers to fine-tune the aim of their putt even if the ball is not in the proper place in the ground. The best thing is that this ball marker has been considered legal for tournament play by USGA and R&A. Hence, professionals can use it to improve their practice sessions and during tournaments.
Trident Align comes with a slightly weighty black base to sit on top of it for adjusting the white section, which slides round to the left or right. It aims to help golfers do the lining up that they normally do with the ball standing over the marker while other players are putting out, which is called ‘speeding up the play’ in theory. But in reality, you may come across many situations where you have to do this without putting off your playing partners. That’s when Trident Align comes handy.
Another advantage of this device is that its shape ensures the long line is exactly parallel to the ground. The sitting at 90-degree is important for golfers to align their golf ball for putting. If this line is rotated or tilted in either direction, it may affect how and where a golfer perceives their aim when they stand over the putt.
There is a square shape on the device between the ball and marker to make sure that it replicates a 90-degree position. It is a clever design to give confidence to the player that the line is accurately positioned. Since there are so many issues with the making on the ball that could put your shots a little off, it’s great this system solves the woes of golfers with their aim or to begin the ball on the intended line.
Trident Align is priced at £25, which is quite costly for a ball marker. But the kit also includes a stencil tool, a marker pen, a 25mm marker coin, and a carrying pouch. So, if you’re tempted to improve your game, the trident shape is the best for providing better visual effectiveness. This will also help you in speeding up your time taken during the pre-shot routine.