Bettinardi Golf is one of the few family-owned golf club manufacturing companies in the game. Since 1998, this independence has allowed for freedom in design and product creation from start to finish. The ability to create a unique club or accessory tailored to the needs of each individual golfer makes Bettinardi’s repertoire of products expansive, an opportunity only afforded by being a family-owned, on-site production company. Unlike newer companies, our heritage includes decades of practice and experience, ensuring customers that they are getting products that have been absolutely perfected under the discerning eye of Robert and Sam Bettinardi.
Bettinardi stays at the forefront of golf equipment innovation, from breaking through as the first company to ever mill a putter out of one solid block of steel, to inventing the Honeycomb face and Armlock technology. Bettinardi continues to expand product lines and introduce new face millings, finishes, designs, and innovative milling techniques by investing in the best machinery and talent. Bettinardi continues to put the utmost importance on creativity, producing some of the most imaginative and incomparable designs in the game of golf. Bettinardi designs each individual putter with an acute dedication to detail and creative minds that execute unique and new concepts. Whether it’s a hand-painted, custom creation or a high-end finish application, Bettinardi products continue to challenge and innovate the look of golf equipment on the course.
Bettinardi Golf is proud to manufacture our products completely on-site, right outside of Chicago, in Tinley Park, IL, USA. Bettinardi has direct control over the entire process, taking each hand-crafted item from concept and testing to milling, polishing, and painting, through packaging and shipping. Made with dexterity and patience, each putter is given careful attention to ensure that each step is producing the results our players deserve, resulting in quality control at its finest. Bettinardi craftsmanship means holding a putter designed by experts who brought American ingenuity to the game of golf.