It's that time of year again when sadly the cold weather puts a stop to golf in the midwest, but at the same time, the PGA Tour begins the season in Hawaii starting at the Sentry Open at Kapalua, followed by the Sony Open at Waiʻalae Country Club. January also marks the time period when Bettinardi releases their highly anticipated Tiki putter, a tribute to the island vibes and the laid-back Hawaiian spirit. Golf.com's Jonathan Wall covers the 2019 Tiki putter, the BB1 Tiki Sound Slot featuring a special wavy F.I.T. Face and full of island spirit with deep tribal milling throughout the BB1 and a powerful Great White Shark on the sole.
Read more on Golf.com's article on the Limited Run Putter here: