I am a firm proponent of the #putteverywhere lifestyle. I’ve got a green in the garage, another in my office at work, and still another one in the closet should I need a backup.
The hallmark of Bettinardi milled putters has been craftsmanship mixed with unique thinking, and the 2016 line builds on that. These six new additions include an expansion to the Studio Stock collection, a re-cast
One year after Bettinardi Golf introduced 10 new putter models for 2015 that featured tour-inspired head shapes and a new PVD finish, the company is expanding the lineup for 2016 to include additional heads
New looks, new styles same precision and fresh thinking There’s little doubt that one of the hallmarks of Bettinardi putters over the last two decades has been precision. It’s why his custom putters have
“Classic Bettinardi, with a modern flair.” That’s how Sam Bettinardi describes his company’s new BB Series, which will please golfers looking for something a little different from Bettinardi’s most wide-ranging putter line. The putters
TINLEY PARK, Illinois (Nov. 19, 2015) — Bettinardi Golf — known for their precision milled products — has launched new putter models, colorways and technologies for 2016 including enhancements to the BB Series, expansion
Bettinardi understands the current golf market. Before you bemoan the fact that a company that makes putters costing $300 and above can’t possibly get the current market, let me explain my reasons. Two years
In 1999, Robert Bettinardi decided to go it alone. For seven years he had milled putters for the finest designers in the business—Tad Moore (who designed putters for Maxfli), Ken Giannini (Ben Hogan Company,
Not just a new line but distinct models made in the USA Proud and well known for its high-performance, American crafted, PGA Tour proven putters, Bettinardi Golf introduces these new putter models for 2015.