Bob Bettinardi has made putters for some of the game’s best, with more than 20 wins on the PGA Tour since 2000 including a pair of majors (Jim Furyk at the 2003 U.S. Open and Vijay Singh at the 2004 PGA). Bettinardi’s latest creations are line extensions of the popular Studio Stock and Queen B lines and certainly will garner some tour interest, but are primarily geared towards helping everyday players.
Bettinardi today introduced eight new models, which will be available January 20, 2017. The new Studio Stock designs are the mallet-style 3 and 3 counterbalance along with the blade-like 8. The Studio Stock 28 is a smallish, square mallet that also is available in Arm Lock and center shaft versions. All of the new putters feature a gray finish and a blue-black color scheme as well as the company’s hallmark F.I.T. Face technology, where material is removed from the face in order to produce a softer feel at impact.