The Complete Bettinardi Putter Process
Every day we strive to make our consumers aware of the quality, craftsmanship, and effort we put into making a Bettinardi putter. In our latest video, we wanted to show you the milling process from cutting the metal, to milling it on one of our $350,000 Mori Seiki milling machines, engraving it, sand blasting, polishing, painting, cutting, gripping, and boxing it up to send to you. All of our putters are milled and assembled here in the same factory in Tinley Park, Illinois. This is a unique quality in the golf industry where I can walk 20 feet from my office and take footage of the entire process start to finish.
Dedication to quality means dedication to quality craftsmen. The highest quality craftsmen are found in the United States of America. We are proud and excited to show you this process, and look forward to you feeling the difference in a Bettinardi putter.
Interested in counterbalance putters? Check out this great explanation on how Bettinardi counterbalances their 3 new models in this weeks #FootageFriday:
Matt Kuchar has gained the nickname “Mr. Consistency” on the PGA Tour, having not missed a cut in 2013. Kuchar ranked 2nd on the PGA Tour in 3-putt avoidance in 2013, 7th in scoring average at 69.5, and 7th from putting inside of 5 feet making 97.6% of putts from this distance.
The Bettinardi ICON headcovers were made and released with the Bettinardi BB ZERO Icon putters. I have very limited quantity in each color and style that will be sold without the putter. This particular cover has a velcro enclosure.