What we say...
Bettinardi H2 303 SS Wedge Review: You should know
Bettinardi reckons by forging the H2 wedges golfers get a sturdier feel, longer lasting grooves and a more forgiving club head. Rougher face milling is combined with Bettinardi’s distinctive Honeycomb pattern which he says creates more friction at impact. C-Shaped grooves give tighter spin in both wet and dry conditions, and a versatile sole grind opens up perfectly for flop shots and hitting knock down wedge shots.
Bettinardi H2 303 SS Wedge Review: We say
A seriously impressive performance from a brand many golfers wouldn’t even realise made wedges. The data tells an impressive high spin story as the H2 was not only our test pro’s second highest spinning wedge but it also ranked second highest for spin across our whole test (averaged across three testers). Head shapes are always completely subjective and whilst some will love the H2s round shaping we weren’t massive fans. The H2s got a tendency to roll open at address which is pretty intimidating for everyday golfers. Our test pro though reckoned the H2 generated excellent feel and feedback which is partly down to how shots seemed to stick to the face longer than the other wedges he tested.
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Bettinardi H2 303 SS Wedge Review: Verdict
Everything about the Bettinardi is top drawer, the forged 303SS head feels great, there’s plenty of surface roughness between each groove to maximise spin and the shaft and grip are premium. The price is fair and performance was amongst the best on test, yet no tester felt the H2 tugged at their heart strings enough to really want them in their own bag for 2018.
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