Bettinardi’s BB line for 2024


Bettinardi’s latest BB line of putters are milled from 303 stainless steel with a black PVD finish and include six blade models and one mallet head plus a left-handed model.

Fast Facts Bettinardi 2024 BB Putters
303 Stainless steel milled heads
Perpetual Flymill Face Milling
Black Pearl PVD finish
Stock shaft: Black PVD Tour Grade
Head weight 352g except BB28
BB1 ½ toe hang
BB1 Wide 1/3 toe hang
BB8 Flow ¾ toe hang
BB28 Slotback 1/8 toe hang
BB28 Slotback Center ¼ toe hang
BB28 Slotback Armlock 400g weight 1/8 toe hang
BB48 1/3 toe hang
Priced at $450 each

Bob Bettinardi’s newest models for the 2024 BB line of putters share many characteristics of those which preceded but with some relatively minor redesigns to improve performance making use of input from Tour pros that play with them each week.

Said Bettinardi, “Working alongside our elite Tour staff and engineering team, we re-balanced each head aligning the Center of Gravity and moving the sweet spot into a more natural alignment with the eye. Every putt feels incredibly balanced and consistent.”

Rebalancing of the heads changed the location of the center of gravity and involved modifying the shape shoulders and bumpers, so the head aligned more easily at address. Heads of the BB series are all milled from one piece of 303 stainless steel and the faces with Bettinardi’s unique face milling which has been reworked to improve the sound—a critical factor in putter performance feedback. Face milling lines are slightly curved towards the heel and toe in a distinctive pattern to help achieve a consistent roll.


Ed Travis

Ed Travis is a national award winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is regularly seen in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Travis still plays regularly. He and his wife live on a water hazard in suburban Orlando.

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