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Bettinardi Studio Stock #8 Steel Putter

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $49.74
Mid: $58.52
High: $67.30

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $142.12
Mid: $167.20
High: $192.28

Next update: 5/29/16

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Head Material:

Carbon Steel

• Milled from the softest carbon steel to insure a quality feel upon impact
• New Borealis Black finish has beautiful exotic colors and a mirror like luster
• Patented Tour Fit Face grooved clubface
• Milled Single Sight Line
• Blade design with high toe and plumber neck hosel
Bob Bettinardi began his career in the early 1990’s as proprietor of a thriving CNC machining business that milled parts for some of the country’s leading manufacturers, the department of defense and the medical industry - all of which have very strict quality control standards. Eventually, the same precision and craftsmanship used to mill components for big industry were applied by Bettinardi to produce some of the finest putters and wedges in the game. Bettinardi developed exclusive processes for producing his putters which included the patented “One-Piece Technology” and the “Honeycomb Finish”. All Bettinardi putters are made in the U.S.A at the Chicago manufacturing plant. Bettinardi putters are well known for their high quality standards, as the company seeks to produce the most consistent, high performance putters in the market.

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Milled from soft carbon steel, the "honeycomb" pattern face has grooves in the hitting area. The "borealis black" finish is made to reflect rich colors and never tarnish. The #5 and #8 are derivations of an Anser: the #6 is an Arnold Palmer-style.
"Gives you a very consistent feel no matter how hard or soft you hit it."…I popped one in the air on purpose with a bad stroke, but it still rolled well."
"You can tell that a lot of time was spent crafting this putter. It seemed easier than most to hear the ball on the meat of the putter."…"The ball blends to this head like a hand fitting in a glove."
Robert J. Bettinardi has been milling putters for close to 20 years. His style is mature and understated. The hand-applied finish is subtly unique on each head. If you're putting lights-out, detecting the spectrum of the rainbow in the oil-can glint of the finish might compare to a religious experience.
"That will be $375, please."

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