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Bettinardi BB29 Putter

 

BB29 Putter

Bettinardi Golf

Regular price $300.00

SPECS

Model:  2018 BB29

Weight: 350 grams
Material: Soft Carbon Steel
Finish: Stealth Black
Face Milling: Super-Fly Mill
Loft: 3°
Lie: 70°

DESCRIPTION

New to the 2018 BB Series, this traditional heel-toe weighted blade features a squared frame, crowned topline and a mid-slant neck – all attributes designed to promote ideal hand positioning and locked in feeling at address. Milled from Soft Carbon steel, the aggressive Super-Fly face milling produces a softer feel than the previous Honeycomb pattern. This pleasing design utilizes an electric yellow paint scheme set against our new Stealth Black finish. The putter comes with a Flymill pattern headcover and a matching deep-etch cord Lamkin grip available in standard or jumbo sizes.

MORE INFORMATION

SOFT CARBON STEEL
All of our production model putters are milled from a proprietary blend of soft carbon steel. Because we machine all of our putters in our own manufacturing facility, we only choose the finest blends of steel that allow for exceptional machinability, and an unforgettable feel at impact when the putter is finished.

STEALTH BLACK
Our new Stealth Black finish on all BB Series putters offers a more matte appearance, which reduces glare and improves aiming optics outdoors. The Stealth Black finish is a more durable coating than traditional PVD, and offers a unique look that has yet to be seen on Bettinardi models.

 

 

Ping Sigma 2 Putters

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Sigma 2

The 10-model Sigma 2 family is designed for the golfer who prefers a putter on the softer side of the spectrum with the lively response of a firm face. Plus, a newly designed adjustable-length shaft comes standard on every putter in the line. Our studies show 8 of 10 golfers are playing the wrong-length putter, and that consistency improves when you can customize the length for your stroke and posture.

PING Sigma 2 Models

  • Anser

    The Anser is the winningest model in PGA Tour history, and its newest iteration has the traditional heel-toe ballasts that boost MOI, plus pleasing contours, a clean top rail and simple alignment line. The blade design and medium head weight make this putter proficient from any distance. The mid-hang balance targets players with a moderate rotation in their stroke, and thus fits a large percentage of golfers. It is available in a Platinum or Stealth finish.

    Specifications

    Putter Type: Blade

    Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ – 36″ range

    Head Weight: 350g

    Stroke Type: Slight Arc

    Lie Angle Range: ±4°

  • address view of Sigma 2 Arna stealth putter

    Arna

    Inspired by the timeless design of the Anser, this mid-mallet model features a flow-style hosel that complements the head’s soft arc shape and compact profile. The 360-gram head weight ensures stability on shorter putts while offering distance control on lag putts. The mid-hang balance fits golfers with a moderate rotation in their stroke.

    Specifications

    Putter Type: Mid-Mallet

    Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ – 36″ range

    Head Weight: 360g

    Stroke Type: Slight Arc

    Lie Angle Range: ±4°

  • address view of Sigma 2 Fetch Platinum putter

    Fetch

    A distinctive golf-ball-size center hole in this new design allows you to pick up the ball or remove it from the cup with the putter head and not have to bend down. This circular shape allows for efficient perimeter weighting, creating an extremely high MOI for a putter its size. Its 365-gram head is extremely stable on shorter putts. The face-balanced design works well with players who have little rotation in their stroke or a tendency to push putts.

    Specifications

    Putter Type: Mallet

    Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ – 36″ range

    Head Weight: 365g

    Stroke Type: Straight

    Lie Angle Range: ±2°

  • address view of Sigma 2 Kushin C Platinum putter

    Kushin C

    This center-shafted model with added emphasis to the toe and heel ballasts will appeal to golfers drawn to the visual symmetry and stability of a face-balanced design. Prominent ball-width alignment features and micro-lines on the center cavity allow for easy alignment. The 360-gram weight and center-shaft design keep the head very stable on short putts in particular. The face-balanced design is optimized for players with very little rotation in their stroke or a push tendency.

    Specifications

    Putter Type: Mid-Mallet

    Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ – 36″ range

    Head Weight: 360g

    Stroke Type: Straight

    Lie Angle Range: ±4°

  • address view of Sigma 2 Tyne stealth putter

    Tyne

    Boasts a PGA Tour-winning design, back by popular demand for its stability and ease of alignment. New micro-lines visible from address provide added texture and a contrast that amplifies the ball-framing and parallel alignment. The 365-gram head stays extremely stable on short putts and delivers ample feel for longer attempts. The Tyne can be custom built as face-balanced or mid-hang to be optimized for straight or slight-arc stroke types.

    Specifications

    Putter Type: Mallet

    Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ – 36″ range

    Head Weight: 365g

    Stroke Type: Straight, Slight Arc

    Lie Angle Range: ±2°

  • address view of Sigma 2 Tyne 4 Platinum putter

    Tyne 4

    The stability and ease of alignment of the original Tyne are re-created in this heel-shafted version. The heavier 370-gram head is optimized for a smoother stroke tempo and designed to improve consistency, especially on shorter putts. The short hosel offers a distinctive – and popular – look at address, and the heel-shafted balance is particularly effective for golfers with more rotation in their stroke or a pull tendency.

    Specifications

    Putter Type: Mallet

    Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ – 36″ range

    Head Weight: 370g

    Stroke Type: Strong Arc

    Lie Angle Range: ±4°

  • address view of Sigma 2 Valor stealth putter

    Valor

    A new model, this high-MOI mallet features a uniquely designed heel-toe ballast profile that contributes to its incredible stability and ease of aiming, with help from a long, contrasting alignment line. On shorter putts in particular, the added stability of the heavier 365-gram design offers a big performance advantage. This putter can be custom-built as either a face-balanced or mid-hang design to be optimized for golfers with almost any stroke type.

    Specifications

    Putter Type: Mallet

    Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ – 36″ range

    Head Weight: 365g

    Stroke Type: Straight, Slight Arc

    Lie Angle Range: ±2°

  • address view of Sigma 2 Wolverine H stealth putter

    Wolverine H

    Its angular shape combines with ball-shape geometries and a long alignment line to simplify aiming for improved accuracy. To promote consistency, the heavier 370-gram mallet head provides a very high moment of inertia for extreme forgiveness, especially on shorter putts. The mid-hang balance ensures better all-round performance for a wide range of golfers.

    Specifications

    Putter Type: Mallet

    Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ – 36″ range

    Head Weight: 370g

    Stroke Type: Slight Arc

    Lie Angle Range: ±4°

  • address view of Sigma 2 ZB 2 Platinum putter

    ZB 2

    The ZB with a modern twist. The deeper center cavity and heel-toe weighting increase moment of inertia by more than 25% in this new model and make it as forgiving as an Anser. The heel-shafted weighting is engineered to fit players with more rotation in their stroke and those who have a pull tendency. This putter’s blade design and medium head weight provide versatility from anywhere on the green.

    Specifications

    Putter Type: Blade

    Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ – 36″ range

    Head Weight: 350g

    Stroke Type: Strong Arc

    Lie Angle Range: ±4°

    • Sigma 2 exploded face illustration

      Dual-Durometer Face

      The soft, responsive face is the result of a dual-durometer PEBAX material. A soft front layer ensures precision for shorter, delicate must-makes. A firmer back layer offers solid feedback and distance control for holing longer putts. Combining the two hardnesses of the PEBAX and utilizing our TR face pattern provides a feel preference that appeals to a large segment of golfers while improving overall consistency.
    • illustration of Sigma 2 putter shaft length adjustment

      Adjustable-Length Shaft

      The USGA-conforming, adjustable-length shaft is lightweight, easy to use and sleekly concealed beneath the grip, allowing you to customize length between 32″ and 36″. The process is quick and intuitive, using an adjustment tool that inserts into the top of the grip. One full turn causes approximately a ¼” adjustment, and the grip remains perfectly aligned during adjustment.
    • Benefits of Self-Fitting

      Adjustability allows you to experiment with length between 32″ and 36″ and ultimately fit yourself to match your stroke and posture for improved consistency. You’re no longer limited to a specific length measurement. You simply adjust it until you’re in a comfortable position, ideally with your eyes directly over the ball or slightly inside.
    • TR Technology

      Touch and pace are further enhanced with PING’s innovative, patented TR face pattern, which varies in depth and pitch to speed up off-center impacts for consistent ball speeds. This precision pattern helps ensure full-face forgiveness to improve accuracy.
    • address view of Sigma 2 Fetch Platinum putter

      Fetch Ball-Pickup Feature

      A distinctive golf-ball-size center hole in this new design allows you to pick up the ball off the green or remove it from the cup with the putter head and not have to bend down.
    • Sigma 2 putter grips PP60, PP61, PP62

      Grip Options

      Three proprietary PING grip designs allow you to dial in your optimal fit and feel. The PP60 is midsize and lightweight, designed to fit the contours of the hands with flats on the top and sides. Slightly heavier, the PP61 has an exaggerated pistol shape and is inspired by the popular PP58 grip. The PP62, while still lightweight, has a larger, more rounded shape to promote quieter hands.
        • Grip Profile Description
          PING PP60
          PING PP60
          PING PP60 profile Midsize and lightweight, designed to fit the contours of the hands with flats on the top and sides.
          PING PP61
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          PING CB60 profile Slightly heavier, the PP61 has an exaggerated pistol shape and is inspired by the popular PP58 grip.
          PING PP62
          PING PP62
          PING PP62 profile While still lightweight, has a larger, more rounded shape to promote quieter hands.
       Source:  https://ping.com/clubs/putters/sigma-2

Scotty Cameron Concept X Putter

Concept X expands the boundaries of modern putter design by blending the visual characteristics of a blade with the playability of a mallet, while offering innovative options in setup, materials and construction.

In select golf shops August 31, 2018.

Offering two options for the promotion of toe flow, Scotty designed each Concept X neck to be light so that additional weight could be relocated to the wings for increased MOI and added forgiveness. The CX-01 “Nuckle Neck” is set up similar to a plumbing neck, while the CX-02 “Joint Neck” encourages just a bit more toe flow for more arc in the stroke.

The CX-01 employs a Nuckle Neck that provides one shaft of offset in a familiar plumbing neck setup that also frees up weight to be relocated to the wings.

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The CX-02’s new low slant Joint Neck promotes additional toe flow, while also allowing for more weight to be moved to the putter’s perimeter.

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Crafted specifically to increase MOI (Moment of Inertia), each model’s “wings” seemingly melt into the ground at address, yet produce added stability and forgiveness on off-center strikes.

A new, dual-zone vibration dampening system integrated into the face and sole offers precisely tuned sound and feel by splitting each “zone” into chambers separated by a band of stainless steel. The face inlay is connected via internal screws that compress the vibration dampening material for a soft, solid sound and feel, while the sole zone contains additional, sound-tuning material, as well.

Source:  https://www.scottycameron.com/concept-x/

Tips on Buying the Right Golf Putter

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When you are looking for the right golf putter you must consider several things to ensure you get the putter that is right for you. You should consider the grip, the angle, the length, weight, and the head.

When you consider a putter you need to consider the type of grip and the size. There is a standard size grip on most putters but it is not always the best grip for everyone. If you have large hands then you will need a wider grip. If you have really small hands the grip should be smaller. You will have to hold the putter and be sure it fits your hands properly.

Something else you need to consider with a putter is the lie angle. This is the angle between the shaft and the ground. The lie angle will determine if the putter head sits flat on the ground while you are putting. You should consider a putter that sits perfectly on the ground while you are in stance to put. Read more »

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