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Bettinardi New Releases for 2024

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Looking to learn what you need to know about the latest new products from Bettinardi? These handy thumbnails will keep you up to date on the company's new releases across all club catetgories.

Studio B Reserve Collection putters: Bettinardi Golf has launched a new Studio B Reserve collection. Known for its penchant for producing high-end, limited-edition putters, the Studio B Reserve line stays true to that heritage.

Inspired by Matt Fitzpatrick’s preferred finish for his gamer, the collection features Bettinardi’s TourTone finish. The unique, multi-step finish of the Black Magic Tour Blast inspires confidence for Fitzpatrick, who is one of the best putters in the game. The distinct contrast of the finish creates a defined topline that makes alignment easier to achieve.

The Studio B Collection boats three head shapes: the Queen B 15, Studio Stock 3, and Studio Stock 28, each with different face milling and neck styles and priced at $650. The putters are available immediately online at bettinardi.com as well as at the company’s Studio B facility in Oak Brook, Ill.

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MB24, CB24 irons: Bettinardi ventures into the iron category with a pair of offerings. The MB24 irons are a muscleback blade aimed at those with mad skills while the CB24 is a slightly more forgiving iron that promotes a higher launch. Of course, both irons are forged from 1025 carbon steel, but with a twist. The main point of differentiation is the use of high-density tungsten and a military-grade ceramic matrix composite within the forged carbon-steel head that helps to optimize CG positions as well as boost moment of inertia. $1,600 for a set of seven irons, steel shaft.