TaylorMade's original Pix golf ball had multi-color X-shaped graphics that made it easier to see the ball in the air and easier to see spin around the green. With input from Rickie Fowler, the 2020 edition does it one better. Fowler noticed that if the graphic shape was changed and rearranged, it could create a set of lines as it spun — what the company is calling ClearPath Alignment — that would instantly let you confirm that you hit your putt on-line and that it was rolling true. The color of the now-triangular graphics was also changed to a black-and-orange scheme as a callout to Fowler's days at Oklahoma State, while the 5-layer construction and Tri-Fast Core remain the same as the standard TP5. Also available in the higher-trajectory, higher-spin TP5x, Fowler will be putting the new design in play this week at TPC Scottsdale.