Farmers Insurance Open

Torrey Pines (South and North)


Queen B


Our Review:

While “technology” in the latest mallets can sometimes overwhelm our senses, consider the Queen B that familiar face across a crowded room, quieter perhaps, but no less exciting. Its classic lines and restrained half-mallet shape satisfy the golfer seeking off-center hit stability without sacrificing a traditional, stylish appearance. This year’s model retains Bettinardi’s “micro-honeycomb” milling pattern on the face, designed to provide a firmer and responsive feel. As usual, the head is a one-piece milling, this time from soft carbon steel, and its shape positions the center of gravity in line with the center of the face. The crescent-milled neck creates the toe-hang angle that works with a moderate arcing stroke. The rose gold PVD finish strikes an elegant yet practical tone, reducing glare at address. Read more >>

Price: $400
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Player Comments
  • mid

    The beautiful finish gets you excited, like finding a heads-up penny. Good heft, balanced, with a pure roll every time.

  • low

    Nice shape and size, not too big and allows you to swing the club more freely. Weight put a good roll on the ball and performs particularly well on short putts.

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