Bettinardi Golf Achieves Two More Professional Wins

Bettinardi Golf announced today that the winner of the Freed Group Women’s Scottish Open used the company’s DASS (Double-Aged Stainless Steel) Studio Stock 3 putter to secure the victory. The five-time LPGA champion maintained her advantage and won by two strokes on Sunday, while her victory comes one week after the champion won her first Major at the Amundi Evian Championship last week.

Tour SS3 Putter

The #1 CME-ranked player in the world and the winningest LPGA French player of all time finished -15 under par and tallied an impressive 22 birdies over her four rounds.

The Frenchwoman putted her way to victory with her Custom Tour Dept. Studio Stock 3, which features a Black Oxide finish, a Flymill face that showcases her initials, and a Windy City Wizard icon on the sole. The champion golfer has had her SS3 putter in play since 2021, securing 24 top-ten finishes in that time, and has now won three times on the LPGA Tour this year.

“It's incredible to see the winner take home two victories in two weeks with such poise and dominance is unbelievable,” said Sam Bettinardi, President of Bettinardi Golf. “We cannot wait to see her keep making big putts this week for the final major of the year, the Women’s British Open.”

Alex Fitzpatrick with his Bettinardi Putter

As if the one victory wasn’t enough, newly signed Bettinardi Tour Staffer Alex Fitzpatrick also took home his first professional victory at the British Challenge using his 303SS BB8 Wide putter. After starting the final round three shots behind the leader, the 24-year-old pulled ahead and secured his first win on the European Challenge Tour at St. Mellion Estate with a final round 68.

Alex Fitzpatrick, who just two weeks ago had an impressive T17 finish at his first Major appearance at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, finished the British Challenge with a total of 16 birdies at 12 under par, a comfortable 5 shots ahead of the field.

With this victory, the 24-year-old is now ranked seventh in the Road to Mallorca standings, where a Top 20 result in the season long points race earns him his DP World Tour card for the 2024 season.