Bettinardi refreshes Studio Stock series with new putters for 2023


With inspiration drawn from the best players in the world, Bettinardi launched its newest Studio Stock series putters with five new models.


With direct inspiration drawn from the best players in the world, Bettinardi is ready to debut its newest version of the popular Studio Stock series putters with five new models designed to fit golfers of all stroke types.

The new Studio Stock Series putters include everything from mid mallets to short-neck blades with the models aptly named SS9 Plumber’s neck, SS9 Spud neck, SS14, SS16, and SS35.


A look at the tops of the 2023 Studio Stock line.


Each Studio Stock putter is precision CNC milled from 303 Stainless Steel and is finished with a glare-reducing diamond blast finish, while the sole and face of the putter offers a polished look.

A close look at the roll control face milling.


Every putter in the line is equipped with Bettinardi’s roll control face milling pattern which is designed to reduce surface contact on the face, produce a softer feel and get the ball rolling true once struck.

“Designing the Studio Stock line over the past 15 months has allowed us to create five all-new head shapes, perfect our roll control face milling, and produce a line of putters most similar to what you would see on Tour,” said Robert J. Bettinardi, the CEO and founder of Bettinardi Golf. “Using 303 Stainless Steel, in conjunction with our roll control face milling, gives golfers the softest feeling one-piece milled putter in the golf market.”

The new Studio Stock covers and grip.


The updated look of the putters goes beyond the shape and into the finer details of the presentation with a new Castleton green and black paint scheme that goes perfectly with the dual-material Castleton green and black headcover and grip.

“In just the past two years alone, our Studio Stock putters have helped amass over 12 professional Tour wins, including Bettinardi’s very special 100th professional win by Fred Couples just this past year,” said Sam Bettinardi, president of Bettinardi Golf. “Tour validation has helped our design process ranging from the weight, the feel, the look, and the head shapes, which all encompasses our entire Studio Stock Series.”


The 2023 Studio Stock Series will be available for pre-order online today at, and will be available for purchase at authorized Bettinardi dealers domestically in April and worldwide in May.

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Ryan Barath Editor

Ryan Barath is GOLF Magazine and’s senior editor for equipment. He has an extensive club-fitting and -building background with more than 20 years of experience working with golfers of all skill levels, including PGA Tour players. Before joining the staff, he was the lead content strategist for Tour Experience Golf, in Toronto, Canada.

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