Review: Bettinardi BB37 Putter
All those features married together make for a great looking putter and it simply works. I used this for my 10 rounds I recently played in FL. While my game overall isn’t exactly where I would have liked it to be, my putting had never been better. I saved par, rolled in a number of birdies and kept the big numbers off my scorecard because of this putter. While I tend to be a plumbers neck guy, this slant neck caused no difficulty at all. The single alignment line on the flange made this putter so easy to set down, step up and drop putts. I think the hybrid head shape really helped my rusty game. It moved the weight just back a little from the face and yet felt comfortable like an anser putter. The slightly shorter face also helped with a smooth stroke, seemingly eliminating those stubs. I liked the 4:00 toe hang which seemed to fit my arched stroke well. The slant neck too offers just a slight off-set which helped with visual alignment and returning the putter head to the ball squarely. I only took one putter to FL and it was this brand new Bettinardi BB37. It worked out perfectly.
Golfers often talk about being married to their putter. Maybe it is time for you to get married to a Bettinardi putter. The Bettinardi BB37 putter has something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.
For more information: www.bettinardi.com
+New putter headshape
+Great finish and feel
+Works on the course
–Getting married to a new putter isn’t cheap