Reviews

First Look: Bettinardi BB1 Armageddon Limited
Once again Bettinardi has cracked open the door to The Hive and let out something spectacular. This time around, it’s the military-themed BB1 Armageddon limited edition. Bettinardi has taken its classic BB1 head and incorporated cosmetic and functional elements more typically associated with military weaponry.

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Dave Wolfe, May 25, 2017

Bettinardi’s Military-inspired, limited-edition BB1 Armageddon putter
With a passion for military, Robert Bettinardi has created a prototype putter inspired by military-grade weaponry. The BB1 Armageddon has a topline made to look like a Picatinny Rail, a term that has evolved from a military standard, and more specifically a “MIL-STD-1913 (AR).”

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Andrew Tursky, May 25, 2017

First Look: Bettinardi BB1 Armageddon putter
Bettinardi Golf’s military-themed putter, the BB1 Armageddon, has ‘got your six’ on the greens. Only 200 of these aggressive-looking sticks will be released, with a portion of the revenue going to the Warriors for Freedom Foundation, which provides support to physically and mentally wounded service members and their families.

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Alana Johnson, May 24, 2017

Bettinardi Queen B #9 Putter Review
The Bettinardi Queen B #9 putter is a unique mid-mallet designed for players with an arcing stroke. Beautiful. Great feel. Over the last few years, Bettinardi’s Queen B line has become known for putters that combine beauty and performance. This year’s Queen B #9 is no exception. Whether you’re looking for a showpiece or a gamer, this flat stick is a great choice.

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Matt Saternus, Feb 20, 2017

The Bettinardi Experience
The Bettinardi company specializes in making some of the finest putters in the golf industry. Headquartered in Tinley Park on the outskirts of southern Chicago, Bettinardi custom mills their putters from a single block of all American steel to produce a precision crafted piece designed to do one thing… get the ball into the cup. Not only does Bettinardi make fine putters, they offer a first class fitting experience to assist their customers in creating the perfect putter.

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John Teller, April 11, 2017

Dave’s Take: Bettinardi Cigar Tray
Bettinardi cigar trays in an assortment of colors, milled from the finest aircraft grade aluminum steel. These cigar trays are as durable as they are beautiful. The mass of the tray is sure to astonish as it weighs in at nearly four pounds! Use these trays in a variety of different ways, and stay classy with the classic Hex B logo.

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Dave Wolfe, May 3, 2017

Bettinardi 2017 Studio Stock and Queen B Putters
For putter enthusiasts, not just Bettinardi fans, the yearly release of Bettinardi putters is exciting, even if just to see just what Bettinardi came up with this time. This year is extra special, as the 2017 marks the first time Bettinardi will control almost the entire production process in its recently expanded headquarters.

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Andrew Tursky, Nov 17, 2017

First Look: Bettinardi’s 2017 Putter Line-up
For many the putter-lover like myself, nothing says the New Year is coming like the release of the new Bettinardi Golf catalog. While not technically a holiday release, for the past couple of years Bettinardi has lifted the curtain on their new putter models right before we dive into turkey and tidings.

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Dave Wolfe, November 17, 2016

Bettinardi Unveils 2017 Putters
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.

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E. Michael Johnson, November 17, 2016