Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Say Yes To A Yes Putter

A golf buddy of mine just get a new Yes putter. It has a similar shape as the Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport 2.0. I've heard a lot about the Yes putters and their patented C-Grove technology, but this was the first time I took a really good look at it.

I putted a few golf balls with it and it had a nice balanced weight to it. All the putts felt solid and kept their line. After a few more golf balls I had a lot of confidence with it. The golf ball seemed to roll very smoothly and rarely bounced after impact. I'd have to say confidence with a putter is probably 70 to 80 percent of a good putting stroke. If you have confidence in a putter it makes all the difference in the world in your putting game.

Even the golf club reviews I read on the Yes putter stated how well the putter kept the ball from bouncing as well as keeping its line. Solid feel was also and common comment amoung the reviewers.

I was very impressed by the Yes putter and I just might have to borrow my buddies for a round or two to see how it compares to my Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport 2.5. I'd hate to part with my Scotty Cameron, but if it produces better golf scores then I'd have no choice would I?

Do you play any of the Yes putters? If so I'd like to here from you.

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The Putting Master said...

I've been seriously thinking about trying the Yes putter. A golf buddy of mine loves his and I've noticed he's starting to putt really well. May be in a couple of months I'll get one of these putters.

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Golf School Nut said...

I'd be interested to know if you've tried the Yes putter yet. I've been seriously thinking about getting the putter, but I'm curious to know what you think.

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Anonymous said...

I play a YES! Callie-f and love it. I've Bettinardis and Camerons both blade and mallet but the roll I achieve with the Callie forged is something else. I'm looking at the center-shafted Amy for a straight back stroke-type putter. We'll see...