Callaway’s Chrome Soft Truvis golf ball was originally designed to improve focus and visibility on the course. But over the course of the last few years, the company has turned the pentagonal pattern on the cover into a blank canvas for creative designs like Wesley Bryan’s Taco Bell ball and popular Stars and Stripes version.
With all due respect to every Truvis ball Callaway has released in the past, nothing comes close to the version they dropped on Thursday during the Arnold Palmer Invitational. The “ultra-rare” Arnold Palmer-inspired Umbrella Chrome Soft Truvis is the perfect nod to The King, who began endorsing Callaway golf balls in the mid-1990s.
Each ball has Palmer’s Umbrella logo inside the pentagon pattern, along with the same red, green and yellow color scheme that’s turned it into one of the most iconic logos in the history of the sport.
At the moment, Callaway doesn’t have plans to release a retail version. But if you’re feeling lucky, they are giving a few contest winners the chance to score a dozen of the extremely limited Arnold Palmer Umbrella Chrome Soft Truvis balls.