Review: Bettinardi Queen B #9 Putter
The Bettinardi Queen B #9 isn’t a stripped down putter, but a work of art on top of a great design. The aesthetics are muted compared to previous Queen Bs. This one is elegant in a satin silver with black and yellow accents. The sole is milled with Bees, the face is honeycomb micro milled and the B hex on the face with Bettinardi script in the cavity all create a most beautiful putter. The white Lamkin Corded putter grip and white headcover are have a luxurious look. (The new velcro headcover is much easier to use too)
The Bettinardi Queen B #9 is more than just a beautiful putter to hang on the wall, this girl can roll the rock on the green. While I am not a mallet guy because I don’t put well with weight away from the face, this putter keeps the weight near the face. This for me helps with distance control and created a solid feel at impact. The flange on this putter helps with a longer alignment line. The high toe is great for those that like to see that when they look down at the their putter. The feel of this soft carbon steel putter is as soft as any metal faced putter you will every roll. I’m not an insert guy so this is perfect for my preference too. The 362 gram weight is also a nice touch for a good balanced feel.
In a world of blah and weird putters, the Bettinardi Queen B #9 is a true beauty. This beautiful putters has great features that make a great putter on the greens too. The soft carbon steel feel, the high toe, the stronger toe hang, the mallet like flange, the long alignment line, the weight near the face are all design features that are worthy of consideration for your gamer. This is the true definition of form and function. Whether you are a guy or gal, the Queen B #9 is Beautiful.
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