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Brian Gay’s Bettinardi Putter

When Brian Gay seemingly came out of nowhere by winning the Verizon Heritage Classic by an astounding 10 shots on Sunday, he did it with a secret weapon in his bag: a Mizuno Bettinardi D.A.S.S. (for Double Aged Stainless Steel) C-03 model putter.

Gay’s putter features a modified F.I.T. face (for Feel Impact Technology) which is found on the Mizuno Bettinardi Black Carbon putter line. The putter is therefore a bit of a hybrid between the Black Carbon line and the earlier Mizuno Bettinardi C-Series putters.

PutterZone.com reached out to Robert Bettinardi, who confirmed that he has been working closely with Gay on fine tuning all of the elements of the putter.

“It was nice to see Brian pull away with a convincing win,” Bettinardi said. “We have been working with Brain over the last couple of months on his putter and we felt that we had provided him with the best instrument possible.”

P.S. The Mizuno Bettinardi Black Carbon BC4 recently earned a Gold Award in PutterZone.com’s 2009 Power Picks.

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  1. Golf Clubs Consultant

    His putter definitely came through for him. Another interesting thing about it is that Briny Baird is the only one of the top 5 finishers that doesn’t play Mizuno golf clubs. According to Mizuno it’s because their irons are particularly accurate, and work well on Harbor Town’s small greens.


  2. Very true. Mizuno Golf is renowned for its irons, and now its putters are coming on strong, too.

  3. Wow it seems models for master players are pretty good, I wonder how good new players could be with these golf models.

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