November 15, 2016
Tinley Park, IL - Long known for its stylish putter designs, Bettinardi Golf has revamped their Studio Stock and Queen B lines for 2017 by introducing eight new models with enhanced technology, detailed face millings and superior finishes.
Designed by Robert Bettinardi and an elite team of engineers, all putters are milled in the USA at Bettinardi Golf's 40,000 square foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility.
So what is new for 2107:
Studio Stock Series: A direct evolution of classic putter designs, the Studio Stock Series features a host of new characteristics including a Mercury Gray finish, blue black color scheme and F.I.T. Face milling which is preferred by those seeking a softer feel. Each of the three new models - a rounded mallet, square mallet and traditional blade - are PGA Tour proven with multiple victories to their credit. Fitted with a matching headcover design and corded grip, this legacy lineup features standard length, counter balance, center shaft, and arm lock options for maximum player versatility.
Queen B Series: Formed from a desire to fuse performance and sophistication with substance and grace, the new Queen B 8 and 9 models feature the signature Micro Honeycomb face milling for a crisp feel, branded elegantly with a light satin silver finish and unique swarming bees sole stamping. Paired with a white corded grip and matching headcover, the Queen B is ideal for men and women looking for the very best in form and function.
"At our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located just outside of Chicago, we design, produce and deliver precision engineered putters to amateur and professional golfers from around the world," says Robert Bettinardi, President and CEO of Bettinardi Golf. "We believe that every golfer should have access to PGA Tour ready products - ones that inspire confidence, feel fantastic and perform even better - and that is exactly what we are providing in this year's lineup."
The new 2017 Studio Stock and Queen B models will land in major retailers world-wide January 20th, 2017.