Bettinardi putters are associated with the honeycomb pattern on their faces that comes from the CNC milling process that Bob Bettinardi uses to ensure the faces are completely flat and not concave.
This comes from his experience milling putters for most of the major manufacturers in the 1990s before branching out on his own at the beginning of the 21st century.
The other advantage of milling patterns like these is that it makes the putters feel softer at impact as there are fewer points of contact with the ball.
All these features appear in the latest Bettinardi Queen B Series putters, which take the milling pattern to a smaller level using a Micro Honeycomb Milling face.
The carbon steel head is treated with a PVD finish that Bettinardi calls Savannah Blue to give a
stylish look to the two models that are the latest in the Queen B line that started in 2012….READ FULL ARTICLE HERE