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2021 Bettinardi Studio Stock 17 vs 28


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Hey everyone! I wanted to get some input between these two putters. When I was fitted, the fitter told me I have a tendency to leave the face open 2.4 degrees with a slight arc to my stroke. Now the question is, between the 17 and 28, could I get away with either or? In your guys opinion, which would I benefit from the most? Thanks very much! 

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If you tend to leave the face open, that means, in most cases, that more toe hang would make the problem worse. Therefore, the 28 theoretically be better for you. 
 

Somethjbg like grip size could also influence your closure rate. 
 

 

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I agree. Slight arc to your stroke would seem to lean toward a slight toe hang. 28 plus with a Betti you know the face is gonna feel pure. 

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I wanted to get some input on deciding between the SS28 and QB6. They are both similar in design and their difference in toe hang is by 3 degrees. If it were you since both head shapes are very similar, what would be the deciding factor to push you towards either putter? Thanks very much!


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3 Wood: Titleist TSi2 15 Degree Tensei White Raw 75 grams Extra Stiff B1 setting (RH)

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1 hour ago, PingMD702 said:

I wanted to get some input on deciding between the SS28 and QB6. They are both similar in design and their difference in toe hang is by 3 degrees. If it were you since both head shapes are very similar, what would be the deciding factor to push you towards either putter? Thanks very much!


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Studio stock is going to give you a slightly softer feel off the face due to the grooves. 
 

I personally would go SS because I don’t like the Rose Gold finish of the queen B

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Studio stock is going to give you a slightly softer feel off the face due to the grooves. 
 
I personally would go SS because I don’t like the Rose Gold finish of the queen B


I share the same sentiments as you with the rose gold haha! I would be getting the blackout ones for either. Now does that change your mind on which one you’ll get now since it’s all black hahaha


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Driver: Titleist TSi3 9 Degree Tensei White Raw 65 grams Extra Stiff B1/H1 setting (RH)

3 Wood: Titleist TSi2 15 Degree Tensei White Raw 75 grams Extra Stiff B1 setting (RH)

Hybrid: Titleist TSi2 21 Degree Tensei White Raw 100 grams Stiff B1 setting (RH)

Irons: Titleist T200 4-5/T100S Black 6-9 Project X LZ 6.0 Onyx (RH)

Wedges: Titleist T100S Black 44 and 48, Titleist SM8 Jet Black 54S/10 bounce, 60S/10 bounce Project X LZ 6.0 Onyx (RH)

Putter: 2019 Bettinardi QB8 Midslant Limited Run with Stability Shaft/2021 Bettinardi Studio Stock 28 Limited Blackout with Stability Shaft (RH)

Ball: TaylorMade TP5/TP5x

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I’ve been pondering the same. The cavity is a bit smaller on the Queen Bee, or at least appears that way. I have noticed it impacts my distance control on longer putts as I tend to explore the putter face, YMMV. 

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