YES putters

uwhockey14uwhockey14 Members Posts: 258 ✭✭
Anybody ever use one of these for any amount of time and have any feedback on them. I see one model on ebay that really caught my eye for a reasonable price but I'm curious about performance. They won a US Open so they can't be that bad.

Titleist 913D2/D3 (8.5) Stiff Diamana
Titleist 906F2 15* Aldila NV Stiff
Cleveland LDi 21*
Titleist 681 4-PW (Project X 5.5)
Mizuno MP T-Series Forged Wedges (56,60)
Cobra Greg Norman (U-Model) Putter "Boss of the moss"
Ping Hoofer (Wisconsin Badgers)
Driver Cover (Black Lab)
3-Wood Cover (USA knit pom pom)
Putter Cover (Team USA 2016 Ryder Cup)


  • 03trdblack03trdblack ClubWRX Posts: 1,847 ClubWRX
    edited Sep 27, 2018 #2
    I personally feel that Yes putters were underrated and put one of the best rolls on a golf ball of any putter out there. I have two that I swap in and out of rotation but could honestly play them every round. Some of the fit/finish of certain models was a little cheap but it was all about that groove pattern for sure.
  • jholzjholz Members Posts: 1,358 ✭✭
    edited Sep 27, 2018 #3
    My brother has played a Yes! Marilyn for twenty years. He swears by it.

    I have to admit that it puts a great roll on the ball, but the feel is different from other putters. I think once you get used to a Yes!, it might be hard to switch.
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    Cleveland Launcher HB 10.5* - Stock Miyazaki C. Kua 50 Stiff
    Callaway Diablo Octane Tour 13* - Aldila NV 75 Stiff
    Callaway Diablo Edge Tour 15* - Accra Dymatch M5 75
    Mizuno F-50 18* - Stock Stiff
    Callaway Diablo Edge Tour Hybrid 21* - Aldila NV 85 Stiff
    Callaway RAZR Tour Hybrid 24* - Stock XStiff
    5 - PW Cleveland CG7 Tour Black Pearl - DGSL S300
    Vokey Design 200 Series 52* Stock Wedge (?)
    Cleveland CG15 Oilcan 56* Stock Wedge
    Callaway X-Series JAWS Slate CC 58* Stock Wedge
    Odyssey White Ice #7 - Golf Pride Oversize
  • cwglumcwglum Members Posts: 1,556 ✭✭
    Funny that when Yes! putters were introduced to the market all the other putter companies were discrediting the roll groove technology, and look where they're all at now!

    I had Tracy II on two different occasions and really loved it. The ball definitely rolls true a lot quicker off the putter. Very different feel from other putters without the groove tech.
  • whitembwhitemb Members Posts: 277 ✭✭
    I gamed a Tracy II for about a year. Loved the way it looked, felt and got the ball rolling on perfect strikes. Over time, I noticed that longer putts would occasionally take strange angles off of the putter face if I didn't strike them perfectly and began to wonder if it was the result of the arch shape of the grooves. No idea if that is the case, but I couldn't get confidence back in the putter after that.
  • sevenfouratesevenfourate Devotee of OCD ENGLAND.Members Posts: 1,882 ✭✭
    Hugely underated. I had a few in the day. (Likely 6 or 7 ?) And i wish i'd kept them all. Feel and performance was ace for me.

    Understandably i moved onto the 'next best thing' these days as such. A Rife. Which i also love. ***Maybe worth a look as they stopped making putters after Yes did; and the idea's ref the roll-grooves are much the same.
    Regards - 'Shuv'

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    CALLAWAY X22 Tour Irons (5 - PW) - Project X - 6.5
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    RIFE Iconic Tour Vault 3 : Flow-Neck - 340g / 34.75"
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  • arbitragearbitrage Members Posts: 857 ✭✭
    I gamed the Tracey fc (forged carbon) for 8 seasons and still have it as my backup. Great feel off the face and rolled true. I am never getting rid of that putter.
    [font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]Driver: Callaway Epic SubZero - 12.5 Deg - GD Tour AD MT - 6S [/font]
    [font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]5 Wood: Callaway Epic Subzero- 17 Deg - [/font][font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif] GD Tour AD MT - &S[/font]
    [font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]Hybrid: Callaway Epic - 20 & 23 deg - Recoil 780 F5
    Irons: Callaway Apex CF16 - 6i-SW - Recoil 110 F4
    Wedge:Fourteen RM-21 - 58/12 - Recoil 110 F4
    Putter: Taylormade Spider Tour Black #7 - 33"
    Ball: Taylormade TP-x
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  • cardoustiecardoustie haha, we don't play for 5's Members Posts: 11,845 ✭✭
    The YES Donna is an incredible putter (not the newer one with the gawdy yellow on it)

    Very underappreciated putter company

    Great look, great feel and superb roll
    Ping G400 LST 11* Oban Revenge 65x
    Ping G400 5w 16.5* Oban Kiyoshi White 65s
    Ping G25 7w 20* Fubuki Tour 73x
    Ping G25 4h 23* Diamana White 92s
    Callaway Apex 5h 26* Mitsu KK 80s
    Ping s55 6-PW Fujikura mci 100s
    Vokey sm2 50* 54* 59* 64* DG s400 Onyx
    Piretti Matera Elite (torched)
  • uwhockey14uwhockey14 Members Posts: 258 ✭✭
    cwglum wrote:

    Funny that when Yes! putters were introduced to the market all the other putter companies were discrediting the roll groove technology, and look where they're all at now!

    I had Tracy II on two different occasions and really loved it. The ball definitely rolls true a lot quicker off the putter. Very different feel from other putters without the groove tech.

    Thats the model i'm looking into... thanks for the info, everyone! think i'm going to pull the trigger, not a big cost investment regardless....
    Titleist 913D2/D3 (8.5) Stiff Diamana
    Titleist 906F2 15* Aldila NV Stiff
    Cleveland LDi 21*
    Titleist 681 4-PW (Project X 5.5)
    Mizuno MP T-Series Forged Wedges (56,60)
    Cobra Greg Norman (U-Model) Putter "Boss of the moss"
    Ping Hoofer (Wisconsin Badgers)
    Driver Cover (Black Lab)
    3-Wood Cover (USA knit pom pom)
    Putter Cover (Team USA 2016 Ryder Cup)
  • pjmpjm Members Posts: 29 ✭✭
    I’ve been playing the Tracy II for about 10 years and love it. It looks great and rolls the ball really well. When I hit a bad putt, I have never thought it was the putter’s fault.
  • Mr. ChiMr. Chi Members Posts: 29 ✭✭
    I still have an original Yes! Tracy which makes it into the rotation. This is the model Goosen won his 2 US Opens with. Love the roll off the C-Grooves, I recommend Yes! putters personally.
  • spartan6910spartan6910 Go Green, Go White! San DiegoMembers Posts: 380 ✭✭
    I used a Tracy II for about 12 years. I loved it, but ultimately the style didn't fit my swing. Nothing bad to say about it.
    TaylorMade 2016 M1 460 8.5* - Fujikura Speeder 661 TX
    Cobra King LTD 13* - Aldila Rogue X
    TaylorMade SLDR 2h 19* - Fujikura Pro 83h X
    Mizuno T-Zoid Comp-EZ 2i - S300
    Callaway Apex CF16 5-P - stock steel XP95
    Callaway Mack Daddy Forged 51*
    Callaway Mack Daddy 3 58*
    Callaway Mack Daddy PM Grind 64*
    Bettinardi Queen B #8
    TaylorMade TP5

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  • MarkFromTheUKMarkFromTheUK Members Posts: 4,639 ✭✭
    Matt Fitzpatrick still uses one. Can’t say I have ever seen anyone else use one.

    The putter might say Yes! but it appears that the rest of the golfing public said No!
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    PXG 0311T Sugar Daddy 51 - Dynamic Gold X7
    PXG 0311T Sugar Daddy 56 - Dynamic Gold X7
    PXG 0311T Zulu 61 - Dynamic Gold X7
    PXG Brandon H - 34.5”
    PXG Operator H - 34.5”
    Toulon Indianapolis - 34.5”
    PXG 50/50 Staff Bag
    Bridgestone Tour B X

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  • g-offg-off Members Posts: 336 ✭✭
    have a jenny 12 that comes in and out of the bag, along with a hogan bettinardi honestly both are old and roll the ball well, or maybe its the T alignment
    epic flash driver

    steelhead xr heavenwood

    steelhead xr 9 wood

    edel sls 01 5,7,9,gap

    hogan tk 58

    putter rotates daily

    always hoing the next best thing
  • KaBoom21KaBoom21 Members Posts: 1,573 ✭✭

    Matt Fitzpatrick still uses one. Can’t say I have ever seen anyone else use one.

    Jim Furyk won a major with one.

    The putter might say Yes! but it appears that the rest of the golfing public said No!

    2006 asks that you get your own material.
  • No_Catchy_NicknameNo_Catchy_Nickname Kyushu,_JapanMembers Posts: 5,191 ✭✭
    I just recently sold a Nicky (Nicki?). Nice putter, and for a heel shafted blade, toe-hits maintained their line pretty well. However, the shaft was too short for me (33"), and

    I am thinning my herd of putters, so off it went.

    If I stumble across one with a 34" shaft (or even 35" if they exist), I might well pick it up.
    Driver: Ping G400 Tour 65S
    4w: TaylorMade R9 stock Fujikura Motore X flex
    7w TaylorMade V-steel, Quadra Fire Express RB 6SX
    Hybrid: RomaRo iBrid 23* Attas EZ 85S
    Irons (4i-PW): Wilson fg-62 S300 4/5-PW or MP4 Yoro Modus 125X 5-PW
    Wedges: Callaway MD2 T-grind combination of 52*, 56*, 58*, 60*
    Putter: Mac Jack Nicklaus Muirfield

    Old stuff: Tons of persimmon and older irons. 
  • juggernaut0629juggernaut0629 Members Posts: 978 ✭✭
    Absolutely fantastic putters & vastly underrated. Pick that good deal up, you won't be let down with the performance aspect of these putters.
    Ping G LST 9*
    Callaway Epic 3w & 5w Diamana Thump
    X2 Hot #4 Hybrid Matrix White Tie
    Ping ie1 5 - GW Nippon SPO
    Cleveland RTX-3 54* 58*
  • dalton044dalton044 St. LouisMembers Posts: 953 ✭✭
    Have a Callie tour the quality is amazing and there isn’t another putter that has got the ball rolling faster. The technology does work.
    -TS3 9.5 Tour AD-TP 6s
    -Tour Issue 16' M2 DF 16.5 Tour AD-TP 7S
    -818H2 21* AD-DI 85S
    -4-PW MP-5/MP-4 S400
    -48,53,58 SM7 TI S400
    -Still searching for a putter 
  • BullskierBullskier Members Posts: 35 ✭✭
    I picked up a YES I4 Tech Stephanie this year and it's one of the best putter I've ever used. Great feel off the face with the grooves, nicely weighted for a smooth stroke. But its the alignment on this model that does it for me. The black with white line is easy to line up. Love this putter!
  • jdcadkinjdcadkin Members Posts: 95 ✭✭
    I’ve gamed a Yes Callie off and on (mostly on) over the last 12 years. Not currently in the bag, but it’s still the putter by which all other putters are measured. Great putter with great feel and roll. I was lucky enough to be fitted at Yes HQ in Denver while they were still in operation.
    Ping G400 LST - Oban Revenge 5
    3w Ping G - Oban Revenge 6
    2h Ping G400 - Ping Tour 90
    4i Srixon U85 - Steelfiber FC90cw
    5-PW Srixon Z585 - Steelfiber FC90cw
    Ping Glide Stealth 2.0 50* SS & 56* ES
    Scotty Cameron Newport 3
    Snell MTB Black
  • mukstermukster Is this the year? North of the 49thMembers Posts: 3,500 ✭✭
    Read this and pulled my old Yes! Nicky out of the basement. Might actually take it to the range tomorrow and do a "Putt off" against my current putter
    Callaway XR16 driver, 9 degrees, Diamana S+ shaft
    Callaway Epic Subzero 13.5, Mitsubishi Fubuki Z 65
    Mizuno ST180 5 wood, Tensei Blue shaft
    Nickent 3D 3 hybrid, generic shaft
    Srixon Z765 5-PW irons, KBS Tour V shafts
    Cleveland CBX 50* wedge
    Hogan Equalizer 54* wedge
    Mizuno S18 58* wedge
    Nike Method Core Drone 2.0 putter
  • pakpak Members Posts: 133 ✭✭
    I’ve played a Tracy 2 for more than 15 years. It’s the best putter I’ve ever rolled. From time to time I tried to replace it but nothing ever took it’s place. Currently relegated to my backup as I’m going the mallet route and have an Ardmore 2 in the bag.
  • Nic1972Nic1972 Members Posts: 703 ✭✭
    I have a Yes Callie, bought it 10 years ago and has been in the bag for most of the time since then. Over the years I tried to replace it several times with different Ping, Oddyssey and Scotty putters, but I always come back to it.
    Driver: Nike Covert Pro 2.0 / Mitsubishi Diamana S+ Ltd 60 S / Golf Pride MCC Align Black / White
    Mini-Driver: Callaway X2Hot 2-Deep / Aldila Tour Green ATX75 3.7 S / Golf Pride MCC Align Black / White
    3-Wood: Taylormade RBZ Stage 2 TP / Matrix Ozik Rul 80 S / Golf Pride MCC Align Black / White
    DI: Adams DHY Pro (18') / Mitsubishi Diamana D+ 82H S / Golf Pride MCC Align Black /White
    Hybrids: Titleist 585H (21°); Adams 9031 Pro (24°) / Mitsubishi Diamana D+ 82H S / Golf Pride MCC Align Black / White
    Irons: Mizuno MP H-5 (4 Iron); Mizuno MP 4 (5 - PW) / Mitsubishi OT-I 105 S / Golf Pride MCC Align Black / White
    Wedges: Vokey SM 7 (50F08, 54M08, 58L04) / Project X LZ 6.0 / Golf Pride MCC Align Black /White
    Putter: Yes Callie & Scotty Cameron California Fastback / UST Mamiya Frequency Filtered / Golf Pride Tour SNSR 104 Pistol
    Ball: Titleist Pro V1X
    Apparel: Nike
    Glove: Nike Tour Classic
    Shoes: Nike Lunar Command 2
    Bag: Nike
  • SetTheBarrHighSetTheBarrHigh DallasClubWRX Posts: 3,920 ClubWRX
    When I first moved over to Dallas after college, I worked at the PGA store until I found a job I enjoyed. I always putted well with Yes! putters, but could never really put my finger on the reasoning. I researched and noticed that all the lofts were standard at 2.5°. I'm a big fan of the face pattern and loft these putters had, very underrated despite Goosen having so much success with one.

    Side note: Fast forward years later at a Machine fitting and when my results were revealed...yep, 2.5°.
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    Ping G410 Plus 9°
    Titleist TS2 16.5°
    Mizuno CLK 19°
    Mizuno JPX 919 Forged 4-P
    Mizuno T7 52°, Titleist SM7 58°
    Titleist Studio Stainless Mid Sur
  • MCCAMCCA Members Posts: 2,862 ✭✭
    Well i have a Yes Dawn that was sitting in my basement, i said what the **** put it into the mix this weekend wow it will stay a while no idea of my thinking process as I've won to club championships with it duh.
  • titelisttitelist BRuss Members Posts: 122
    I have been playing a Victoria for around 8 years and nothing has kicked it out of the bag for an extended amount of time and trust me I have tried. I have gone thru 4 grips and on my 3rd head over for this thing. I just recently purchased a used Victoria II from E-Bay as a backup.
  • sk33trsk33tr Members Posts: 501 ✭✭
    Very, very underrated. Still have a Tracy II, Mollie MOI and an original Swash Callie.
  • jmiller2jmiller2 Members Posts: 537 ✭✭
    edited Oct 2, 2018 #28
    I have a YES! Callie-F forged of manganese-bronze in my bag currently.

    ~ I think that the head weight is 355g roughly.

    ~ My putter appears to be about 3/4 offset.

    ~ The neck is traditional L-Neck.

    I added loft to my putter from factory, I'm using 4* of loft and that provides me best distance control.

    ~ I have some forward press, the stock loft would hit too high on the face or come out a bit too hot on longer putts.

    I can't think of anything negative about the performance of the putter or the build quality.

    ~ Just personal preference and a nit pick, I prefer a Flow-Neck over an L-Neck when looking down at a putter.
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  • MaineMarinerMaineMariner Members Posts: 328 ✭✭
    I started getting serious about golf when Yes! was already out of the game, so I never even saw one of their putters in person. However, I recently made an impulse purchase from Dallas Golf after seeing they had a new Tracy III (with headcover) on their website for about $55 shipped. If you troll eBay every day like I do, you've probably seen this putter listed. After putting around with this thing for a few days, I'm wondering just what in the **** I have, because I can't stop putting with it.

    First of all, here's the listing:

    There's, surprisingly, very little information about the Tracy III on the internet. It looks like it came out in 2009, and Golfwrx posted one of the only reviews I can find. There are a scant few mentions in forums and whatnot afterwards. I'm guessing that the price tag, lack of retail availability, and way-too-tinkery nature of the putter (interchangeable hosels for an extra $100? Eh?) killed the thing dead. Here's the Golfwrx review:

    From what I've read about Dallas Golf in other posts, I think they have a bunch of Adams Golf components that they've assembled themselves and sell as new. That's how the putter that arrived at my door seems, at least. The head was wrapped in plastic. The shaft is totally bare without any stickers on it. The grip is some kind of generic, unbranded velvet pistol grip that's probably the cheapest putter grip they have laying around. The grip is definitely not the original one that would have been shipped with a Yes putter, which is the biggest giveaway that this was a putter assembled after the fact and not by Yes themselves. The headcover included is the nice black and yellow Yes-branded headcover that would have shipped with the club originally (I think).

    Now, the putter head itself... man, it is gorgeous. It truly looks and feels premium. As cheap as the grip looks and feels, the head is the exact opposite. I need to swap the grip out, but in my few days of testing, this thing feels buttery smooth. And the roll is pretty obviously nice, at least on my living room carpet. The feel reminds me of the Toulon putters I've messed around with - super soft, but not so soft that there's no feel. Off-center hits still offer plenty of feedback.

    I was skeptical of this thing given the dearth of online info and, you know, the price tag, but it feels like I got a $300 putter for $55. Or at least it will once I throw on a new grip.
    Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Heavy driver, Aldila Rogue M-AX 75
    Callaway Big Bertha Fusion 3 Wood, Aldila Tour Blue 85
    Cobra King F6 Baffler, Aldila Tour Blue 85
    Srixon Z H45 4 hybrid
    Srixon Z 565 irons, 5 - AW, Nippon Modus 3 Tour 120
    Callaway MD3 Milled S Grind 54 deg.
    Callaway Mac Daddy PM Grind 58 deg.
    Odyssey Arm Lock Double Wide, Rosemark 7Teen grip
  • FredWombleFredWomble Members Posts: 504 ✭✭
    Been gaming Yes since about the time the brand debuted, first model was Victoria, a mallet. Eventually settled on the Nicky blade such that I own two of them now lol. I'd always really liked the look of the Mollie, a #9 mallet style, and grabbed one last month from a UK seller on ebay. Slapped on my go to, Pure midsize grip, and this thing is so good! Looks great, I think it's a tad bit smaller than Odyssey 9 (I have a white hot pro) though that could be due to the difference in the sight line length. But what i especially noticed and like is you can really feel the weight of the tungsten. Haven't had a chance to play a round yet, but practice green time has been very promising. Really puts a good roll on the ball as Yes putters are known. So glad I finally picked this one up!

    Cobra F9 9, Fujikura Atmos 6s
    Cobra F8 with Aldila NV Blue 70 S
    Cobra King Utility 20.5 Elements Chrome S 20.5
    Mizuno MMC Fli-Hi 5-6, MMC 7-P Aerotech Steelfiber i80 S
    Scratch 1018 KBS 53 and 56
    Nike Engage Toe Sweep 60
    Yes! Mollie, Nicky 

  • Hot Rod 71Hot Rod 71 #TheWRX ClubWRX, BST Volunteer Mods Posts: 8,868 ClubWRX
    edited Feb 16, 2019 8:17am #31
    Great putters. The Tour models are fantastic.

    I have a Jenny Tour in the bag.
    PING G400 LST 10* - Graphite Design Tour AD TP 6X
    Callaway Epic 15* - Diamana S+ 70X
    Callaway Apex 20* - Diamana S+ 80X
    PXG Gen1 0311T - DGTI AMT S400
    PING Glide 2.0 Stealth 50, 54, 58 - DGTI S400
    Machine M2A
    Titleist Pro V1 Yellow
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