Mexico Open at Vidanta

Vidanta Vallarta



Bettinardi

Inovai 7.0

Our Review:

If mallets have a go-to, it’s “moment of inertia,” that stability on off-center hits that turns full-on misses into near-makes—if not makes. Well, this is Bettinardi’s highest MOI putter ever produced. Grown from the shape made famous by Jim Furyk’s U.S. Open win in 2003, the head is fully milled with soft stainless steel in the face and a military-grade aluminum body. The design optimizes weight distribution with its hollowed-out body, allowing for maximum forgiveness on off-center strikes and a more stable-feeling head during the stroke. A stiffer shaft promotes a more controlled putting motion back and through, regardless of the player’s style of stroke. The two-tone aesthetic, three neck options and two-part sightline are all designed to help you frame the ball and aim true. Read more >>

Price: $400
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Ratings
Performance

45%*

Innovation

30%*

Look / Sound / Feel

20%*

Demand

5%*

* Percentage of total score

Player Comments
Low-Handicapper

So smooth off the face, this felt effortless. Reservations about the look? Please. Not the way this putter performs.

Mid-Handicapper

Ball really sprung and jumped off the club face even on thin misses. Alignment got me where I needed to go.

High-Handicapper
Club Specs

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