2020 Bettinardi

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Stay tuned! 11.14.19

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  • Rory4PresRory4Pres Members  1338WRX Points: 373Handicap: 1Posts: 1,338 Platinum Tees
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    Would love to see a long neck bb1 with a copper insert for $599 or less. I find myself searching for your old putters because your new models have too much face milling and the only face balance options usually require a bent shaft.

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    -Cobra F8+ driver w/ Tensei pro orange -TS3/TS2 15* w/ Evenflow -818 H2 17* w/ Atmos -816 H2 19* w/ Motore Speeder -MP32's w/ Rifles

    -Vokeys 46.06, 52.12, 60.04/60.07 -Kingston KP1 welded Long neck 350g

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  • WardonationWardonation Members  1570WRX Points: 185Handicap: +2.8Posts: 1,570 Platinum Tees
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    6.0?

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  • jmiller3483jmiller3483 Members  113WRX Points: 61Handicap: My swing Posts: 113 Fairways
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    More left handed options please!

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  • 50jay50jay J Lambert IG: @teammorebirdies Members  607WRX Points: 95Handicap: 2Posts: 607 Golden Tee
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    They're out! have a look. A very patriotic theme and I like it a lot!
    Can't wait to try them out

    JL

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  • BettinardiGolfBettinardiGolf Sponsors  112WRX Points: 78Posts: 112 Fairways
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    RJB & Sam Bettinardi are proud to unveil the next generation Bettinardi putters! Introducing the all-new 2020 BB Series and INOVAI 6.0 Series. Two years in the making, 7 world-class putters are now available for pre-order at http://Bettinardi.com. All 2020 models will ship 1/20/20. #2020Bettinardi #

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  • Katke87Katke87 Members  162WRX Points: 53Handicap: 9Posts: 162 Fairways
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    Can't say that I love the 6.0 blue -- think I'll stick with my 3.0 unless there are significant performance improvements. Are there any?

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    Callaway Epic driver, 13.5° set at 14.5° Diamana M40, A flex
    Callaway Epic 5 wood, 18° set at 19°, Diamana M40, A flex
    King Cobra F7 3h (19°), Fujikura Pro 75H, A flex
    King Cobra Baffler 4h (23°) & 5h (26°), Aldila NV-HL, A flex
    Titleist 718 AP1, 6-gap wedge, Tensei CK series, A flex
    Callaway 2017 PM Grind 56°/13° & 60°/10°, KBS Tour-V, wedge flex
    All grips Golf Pride New Decade Multi Compound
    Bettinardi Inovai 3.0, Bettinardi/Lamkin deep etch grip
    Ping Hoofer bag
    Headcovers Stitch, HeadGear, Jan Craig, Fore Ewe, Winston Collection
    Titleist Pro V1X
    Rovic & Clicgear push carts
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  • 50jay50jay J Lambert IG: @teammorebirdies Members  607WRX Points: 95Handicap: 2Posts: 607 Golden Tee
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    @Katke87 From what I've read, the material switch from Stainless Steel at the back to the front portion gives the 6.0 a more solid feel compared to previous versions. It makes sense since aluminum faces are often associated with a ''different" feel (i.e. SC Futura). Testing will prove if the switch improves feel, but my experience with aluminum putters makes me think it does.

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  • Katke87Katke87 Members  162WRX Points: 53Handicap: 9Posts: 162 Fairways
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    The 6.0 blackouts released today on The Hive sure look gorgeous. I putted better with my 3.0 the last couple of years than I ever have with any other putter since I was a kid (I'm 71, been playing since I was 10), so I'll sit tight. I got the 3.0 on Ebay for $150 in mint condition. I just can't see paying $400-$600 for a putter tht feels better but probably won't knock the ball in the hole in fewer strokes. I love the feel of some of the new Scotty MOI mallets, but same situation -- at my age & handicap (7-9) it just isn't worth it. Thanks for the reply

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    Callaway Epic driver, 13.5° set at 14.5° Diamana M40, A flex
    Callaway Epic 5 wood, 18° set at 19°, Diamana M40, A flex
    King Cobra F7 3h (19°), Fujikura Pro 75H, A flex
    King Cobra Baffler 4h (23°) & 5h (26°), Aldila NV-HL, A flex
    Titleist 718 AP1, 6-gap wedge, Tensei CK series, A flex
    Callaway 2017 PM Grind 56°/13° & 60°/10°, KBS Tour-V, wedge flex
    All grips Golf Pride New Decade Multi Compound
    Bettinardi Inovai 3.0, Bettinardi/Lamkin deep etch grip
    Ping Hoofer bag
    Headcovers Stitch, HeadGear, Jan Craig, Fore Ewe, Winston Collection
    Titleist Pro V1X
    Rovic & Clicgear push carts
  • cottermcotterm Members  166WRX Points: 56Posts: 166 Fairways
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    I am disappointed that they only released these black out limited series in 35”. Wish there was 34” available. I had one in the cart.

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  • Broke100Broke100 Members  78WRX Points: 22Posts: 78 Fairways
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    Recycling the color scheme from 2013. Looked better on silver. I’d prefer more pop, they seem pedestrian. Hive stuff is still awesome.


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  • dmeeksDCdmeeksDC ClubWRX  2846WRX Points: 405Handicap: 8Posts: 2,846 ClubWRX
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    Roll the Inovai 6.0 if you haven’t. It’s a lot better feel than past models. More like a blade and still very stable. The crescent neck model with a little toe hang has been great in two testing sessions. Will try it one more time and it may be one I grab.

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    Ping G400 9 degrees, Ping Tour stiff shaft, 65 grams
    Callaway XHot2 Pro 5 wood, 17 degrees, Aldila Tour Blue stiff shaft
    Titleist 915F fairway, 21 degrees, Diamana Blue 70 stiff
    Srixon 565 4 iron, Nippon 980GH stiff shaft
    Adams CMB irons, 5-PW, KBS C Taper regular shafts (110g)
    Titleist Vokey SM7 50 degree, F grind, Dynamic Gold S200 shaft
    Callaway Mack Daddy 2 54-degree wedge, S grind, DG wedge shaft
    Ben Hogan TK wedge, 59 degree, KBS black wedge shaft
    TaylorMade TP Chaska putter, sliver, 34 inches

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