Bettinardi Queen B putters

Savannah Blue models with micro honeycomb technology enhance confidence

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Fri, 27 Mar 2015

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Bettinardi has introduced new "Queen B" models suited to aspiring male and female golfers looking for better performance on the greens.

The Queen B 6 and Queen B 7 putters feature the latest evolution of Bettinardi’s trademarked micro honeycomb face milling technology that offers golfers a crisper and firmer feel when making their stroke.

The Queen B 6 is a wide body, face-balanced blade, while the Queen B 7 is a compact mallet with a ridge-milled neck.

With its wide body and face-balanced blade shape, the new Queen B 6 provides a square setup for golfers who want more stability and confidence at address.

The Queen B 6 comprises a high-toe topline, plus end shaft look that is more pleasing to the eye when standing over a putt. 

A compact stout mallet, the Queen B 7 has a ridge-milled neck design that subtly flows into the putter head.

The Queen B 7 is a slight toe hang mallet that provides golfers with similar levels of assurance with the putter behind the ball.

Both Queen B putters come with three-degree loft, 71° lie and a White Pure grip available in standard or midsize.

RRP: £279




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