By: Bill Bush Co-Founder, Director of Technology at PluggedInGolf.com
Bettinardi BB32 Putter Review
It’s no secret that Bettinardi putters are some of the most finely milled pieces of equipment in golf. The company’s devotion to craftsmanship and elite engineering has made them a mainstay in the industry and widely respected by professionals across the globe.
Our ongoing review the 2014 BB Series brings us to my personal favorite, the Bettinardi BB32 plumbers neck mallet putter.
Consistent with the rest of the Bettinardi BB Series, the BB32 has a satin silver finish for resisting the nasty glare of the sun when you’re standing over the putt. This durable finish is classic and elegant as well as purposeful. Also consistent with the BB Series, the BB32 has the signature Bettinardi honeycomb milled face.
From address, the BB32 is a bit shorter from heel to toe than a normal Anser style head and has shallow bumpers that slope toward the middle of the putter. The extended flange extends allows for an extended sight line which helps with alignment.