(Tinley Park, IL April 18th, 2017) – Bettinardi Golf, makers of the world’s finest milled putters, announces that the winner of the LPGA Kingsmill Championship used a Bettinardi Queen B Model 6 putter en route to her 1st victory of the 2017 golf season.
The 4th ranked player in the Rolex Women’s Golf Rankings and highest ranked American player grabbed her first win of the year in 11 starts. The winner posted a tournament record breaking 20-under par score, which was good enough for a five shot victory. The 22 year old is now up to 8 LPGA Wins in her short career.
“We are all excited and extremely proud to see the winner of the Kingsmill Championship back in the winner’s circle where she belongs,” said Bob Bettinardi, President of Bettinardi Golf. “A win always comes down to who can make the most putts, and she put on a clinic this week with a 5 stroke margin of victory. I anticipate there will be more wins to come”.
About Bettinardi Golf
With years of experience milling highly technical parts for the defense and medical industries, Robert Bettinardi began his engineering passion for crafting the world’s finest putters in 1991. After creating his own prototypes, Bettinardi designed and produced putters for the next seven years alongside some of the industry’s best and was in demand by golf’s top OEMs.
Bettinardi Golf was born in 1998 and the company’s first milestone arrived that next year when a prominent PGA Tour professional set a tournament record at the Greater Greensboro Open. The seasons that followed would find Bettinardi putters used for numerous professional victories around the world, including a US Open and PGA Championship.
Today, Bettinardi Golf – comprising of more than 80 employees – remains committed to designing, crafting, and fitting One-Piece putters, wedges and accessories for players around the world.
The Bettinardi PGA Tour Staff includes Matt Kuchar, Jim Herman, and Tyler Aldridge.
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