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What it does: Use of Bettinardi putters on the PGA Tour is well established, including Matt Fitzpatrick’s win at last year’s US Open, and this line is Bettinardi’s most tour-inspired collection yet. The two heel-toe weighted blades include plumber’s neck and face-balanced models, but Bob Bettinardi’s work with tour players isn’t implemented on a whim. Rather, extensive computer modelling details how visual tweaks can be incorporated and still be precisely milled while maintaining the ideal centre of gravity for optimal roll.

Why we like it: Speaking of how putts matriculate to the hole, these faces use asymmetrically spaced grooves to impart forward spin that reduces the backspin at the launch of a putt, helping to get the ball rolling more quickly.

SPECS 3 models; head weight 358 grams; length 33-38 inches

Reviewer profile

“This is what you want a blade to look like – perfect shape, angles and size from front to back. Soft off the face and rolls consistently. Easy to align.”

– Player Comment

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