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Anybody still playing a Yes! Putter?

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Here's my C- Groove Milly that I have had for years. It would take something really special to get me to switch.

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I've got a couple in my collection now, and I've had a couple others that have since moved on. One still in my collection, though I can't imagine ever playing it (doesn't fit my stroke at all) is this i4-Tech Rachel:

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I still love the finish on these i4-Tech Yes! putters. I have a standing search on eBay for the Yes! Alice (an Odyssey 7-style head) in this style.

I also have a Donna in the same style as your Millie:

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Still love the color coordination of this setup.

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My buddy picked up a Yes! putter on a clearance rack at carls golfland for 30$. Not a bad steal considering they used to be expensive putters (Not sure if they still are.)

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I'm playing a Yes! Tracy. Bought it in 2007 and it hasn't left the bag.

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after years searching for a putter that 'fits' me and my stroke, I bought a YES TRacey 11 putter of evilbay 3 weeks ago. Best putter I've had, not in price or looks, but with 'fit'. I've been holing 25+ footers regularly, hardly a 3 putt and had my lowest putting round for as long as I can remember last week.

$55 I think it cost me. I noted last week that Mathew Fitzpatrick is gaming the same one, he tried something different 4 weeks ago but came straight back to the YES Tracey 11 C groove.

I think I might have a real keeper............at last!

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have a jenny 12 that somehow always makes it back in the bag

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I've got a Stephanie mallet that I've had for a few years. I would like to find a lefty Athena to add to my collection. The Yes I've got is a good putter.

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I converted a double bend Yes Donna to a knuckle head anser style hosel. 

 

 

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On 7/16/2019 at 7:49 AM, MattF said:

I'm playing a Yes! Tracy. Bought it in 2007 and it hasn't left the bag.

Me too !!!

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I had a YES callie putter up until this year.  I sold it at the beginning of the summer and have regretted it ever since

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I should get one of their Donna models, if for no other reason then my wife’s name is Donna.


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On 7/16/2019 at 9:49 PM, MattF said:

I'm playing a Yes! Tracy. Bought it in 2007 and it hasn't left the bag.

I'm in the same boat. Never found a putter I have liked more.

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On 11/21/2019 at 1:38 AM, GSwag said:

I should get one of their Donna models, if for no other reason then my wife’s name is Donna. emoji4.png


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That's why I have a Yes! Emma (daughter) in my collection. My daughter behaves way better though.

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I have a Tracy that finds it way into the bag every now and then.

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