Review: Bettinardi SS6 Putter
The Bettinardi SS6 doesn’t have any alignment aids which I think is best for a classic putter like this. If you want fancy arrows or stripes, you should be looking at a different putter. Even without the alignment aid, it is very easy to square up. The back edge is slightly flattened about the same width as the ball. The face sits down very square at address so if you keep the front and back of the putter perpendicular to the ball, you can get the ball started on your intended line every time.
The 6 o’clock toe hang is perfect for my arch stroke too. I vary between a strong and mild arch stroke style. This one works great with my putting method. I’ve had very good success on a variety of greens. I had a couple important putts on my last few rounds that I confidently stepped up and rolled in with the Bettinardi SS6; an 8 foot eagle putt, a 6 foot birdie putt and a 10 foot par save. My lag putting has been good too. I think in my 5 rounds with it I only had a couple 3-jacks, which to be fair, it wasn’t the putters fault; I was actually just hoping not to 4-putt from where my approach shots landed.
The Bettinardi SS6 is a great classic design that few companies are offering. If you like this kind of blade putter, you won’t find a better one anywhere else. The soft carbon steel, the super fly milling, the Olympic bronze finish, the Lamkin grip and headcover are one of the nicest putter packages around. The SS6 is a classic blade design paired with Bettinardi’s workmanship.
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