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Bettinardi BB43 Clone?

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So, I've been messing with my putter swing for a while and I figured out that a center-shafted putter with a rounded base is pretty much what I'm looking for to fit how I putt best.

 

I know Ping had one for a while, but after looking around, the Bettinardi BB43 is pretty much the prototype of what I'm looking for.

 

http://www.bettinardi.com/product/bb43/

 

However, I don't have it in the budget this year to buy a $300.00 putter.

 

Does anybody know of any putters with similar characteristics, either vintage or new?

 

Thanks in advance!

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Very few things hit like a Bettinardi, or a Cameron.  They are 300-500 for a reason.  But, the best feeling putter I had not in those categories is my Cleveland classic.  They come in several styles, and have a great feel for under $100.  I feel they are the best putter outside of the elite priced Bettinardi or Cameron.  I have the Cleveland Classic 7.  Also, some of the older Bettinardi's like the Ben Hogan Baby Ben have a pretty good feel, though a mallet not a blade.  You might look at the Mizuno Bettinardi's from a few years back.

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