Yes Golf Putters - Which is the model for you?
All Yes golf putters have have the C-Groove technology on their faces. How does it affect the roll and what do they feel like to use?
Click on the links below to find out from Best-Putter.com's independent reviews. In each review you'll also find out where you can by that putter at the best price (inactive links are for putters pending review - please check back soon!).
Yes Tracy 2 (C-Groove)
In our view the classiest Yes putter - anser-style head with the amazing C-Groove for a terrific roll.
Yes Natalie (C-Groove)
Futuristic design with amazing roll and super long aimline.
Yes Donna (C-Groove)
Wide bodied anser-style head with the amazing C-Groove for a terrific roll.
The least attractive of the Yes belly putters - although that's just our opinion
Good looking blade putter which won Jim Furyk a $10 million bonus in 2010
Yes Victoria II
Straightforward D shaped mallet with C-Groove roll
Futuristic design, with excellent aim-bar behind hitting surface
A straightforward heel and toe design with great roll from the C-Groove
Very Pleasing on the eye, and has perhaps the best feel of any Yes putter
Some Background on Yes Golf Putters - What is the C-Groove?
The C-Groove is a half-moon shaped set of grooves cut into the face each of which has a sharp top edge and, below that, a face which slants downwards as it recesses into the putter face. The result of striking the ball with these grooves is that the ball is encouraged to start rolling "end over end" quicker than with any other putter face.
The C-Groove was designed by putter designer and putting guru Harold Swash who has coached many European Tour based players, including: Padraig Harrington, Ian Woosnam, Henrik Stenson, and Miguel Angel Jimenez.
Swash and Yes claim to have high speed video and independent tests which prove that their putters get the ball rolling quicker than any other putter on the market, and we at Best-Putter.com believe them - you do certainly notice a difference when you use one of these putters. Just how significant the difference is when you putt on real greens isn't quite so clear.
In our opinion there are two reasons why the whole world hasn't converted to the C-Groove. Firstly the early models weren't as attractive to look at as putters made by other big manufacturers. Although the company has recently introduced some more attractive toe-hang putters recently we've found that they still lack a bit of refinement - for our money their best looking design is the Tracy 2.
The other reservation we have is the hard feel you get from the face of the Yes Putters we've tested. They don't compare at all favourably with insert or milled faced putters.
If you're not bothered by a hard feel off the clubface, then by take a look at Yes Putters. The roll really is spectacularly good.
Not sure which of the Yes golf putters range is right for you? Click here for our guide to choosing the right putter for your stroke.
For the inside track on Yes Putters and their revolutionary C-Groove, click here.
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