ClubTest 2022: 3 Bettinardi putters tested and reviewed

Bettinardi's line of putters, reviewed.

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This year’s ClubTest is bigger and better than ever. To help you make sense of the mountain of high-tech new clubs on the market, we put all of the latest offerings from the top golf club manufacturers to the ultimate test. Below you will find the test results and complete reviews of three new Bettinardi putters.

You can find the full list of ClubTest putter reviews here.

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BETTINARDI PUTTER REVIEWS

Bettinardi Studio Stock 2021

We tested: Bettinardi Studio Stock 7, 17, 18, 28, 28 CTR, 28 Armlock

Our take: The Studio Stock 2021 putters are exactly what most golfers look for in a high-end putter; they’re sleek, simple, come in a variety of head shapes to suit different preferences, and they have a new roll-enhancing putter face to help with speed control.

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Bettinardi Studio Stock 28 putter

$450
One of the most sought-after head shapes on the PGA Tour and LPGA Tour, the Studio Stock 28 returns to the 2021-22 lineup as the classic wide-body, near face-balanced blade with subtle, refined contours for the player looking for a professional-level model with a sleek design.
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The details: Bettinardi’s newest iteration of Studio Stock putters comes with Roll Control Face Milling that’s engineered get the ball rolling faster off the face. A faster roll means a smoother roll, making speed control and hitting your line easier. The putters also come with a Diamond Blast finish for a clean look.

Bettinardi Queen B

We tested: Bettinardi Queen B 6, Queen B 11 and Queen B 12

Our take: Bettinardi’s Queen B putters combine high-end premium manufacturing with next-level artistry to create for a putter that looks, feel and performs at the top-end of the market. Our testers were blown away by the bag appeal of the putters and the feel off the faces.

Bettinardi Queen B 6 putter

$450
Elegance meets performance as the Queen B 6 makes its return to the eminent Queen B series lineup for 2021-22. The beautifully re-engineered QB6 is a classic, wide-body blade with performance-driven features for the player seeking the perfect crossover between blade and mallet.
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The details: The three unique head shapes in the Queen B series are designed with flowing contours and a new Rose Gold PVD finish. They look ready for a trophy case, but are made to perform. For a better roll and feel, the faces have a micro honeycomb milled face, and the heads are made from soft carbon steel.

Bettinardi Inovai 7.0

We tested: Bettinardi Inovai 7.0 Spud Neck, Inovai 7.0 Center Shaft and Inovai 7.0 Slant Neck

Our take: Our testers found the unique shaping and alignment features of the Inovai 7.0 incredibly easy to align, and they found the sound to be pleasing at impact. “It sounds muted with the perfect amount of ting, and it’s easy to align,” said a GOLF tester. “This one just goes in the hole.”

Bettinardi Inovai 7.0 putter

Designed to instill maximum confidence while putting, the INOVAI 7.0 Spud is re-introduced to feature a 303 Stainless Steel front piece for solid feel, and a 6061 Military Grade Aluminum body that has been hollowed out for a perfect balance of weight and stability.
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The details: Bettinardi achieves a super high level of forgiveness with the Inovai 7.0 putters by combining heavy 303 stainless steel with lightweight 6061 aluminum, distributing weight in a way that reduces twisting at impact. The vibrant blue colorway comes from its anodized Cobalt Blue finish, and the white sightline complements the two-tone crowns to create a T-shaped alignment feature.

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