First Look: Bettinardi Golf Redefines Tradition with 2024 BB Putter Series

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  • Bettinardi Golf introduces the 2024 BB Series with seven new models.
  • Each putter utilizes high-quality stainless steel and a sleek black finish.
  • Available for pre-order starting November 21st at $450 MSRP.

Spearheaded by company founder Robert J. Bettinardi and a team of engineers, the revamped BB Series harnesses decades of mastery with golfer feedback to achieve unmatched performance.

The seven sleek putter models — including tour player favorites like the BB1 and BB8 Flow — feature optimized weight distribution and advanced face milling.

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Perpetual Flymill Face Milling technology helps keep putts true and on line (Image: Bettinardi Golf)

“We tested over 30 different milling configurations to develop our Perpetual Flymill technology. It delivers a remarkably consistent roll and pleasing acoustics to instantly tell you how solidly you struck the ball.”

Bettinardi President Sam Bettinardi

Each model is manufactured in the USA from 303 Stainless Steel.

The enhanced center of gravity placement and stainless steel construction also contribute to a balanced, solid feel across the series.

The Bettinardi 2024 BB Series lineup.

Customers can choose between traditional hosels or unique armlock and center-shafted options to match their preferred stroke mechanics.

Each putter sports a dark, rich Black Pearl PVD finish that oozes sophistication. Paired Lamkin grips, leather and carbon headcovers, and black PVD shafts complete the upscale presentation.

Golfers looking to elevate their putting game can pre-order models starting at $450 through Bettinardi’s website beginning November 21. The new lineup will reach domestic retailers next month, rolling out worldwide in January 2023.

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Hailing from the South West of England, Jake has been playing golf for over a decade. He founded Pitchmarks with the aim of helping everyday golfers like himself learn more about the game, through instructional content and honest gear reviews. He has a degree in Architecture and a passion for golf course design, along with a lofty goal to play the world's top 100 courses.