New Yes Models for 2009?

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I know they are coming because the Yes! website says so. It tells me to keep checking back and I do, but see nothing. Anyone know what models they are coming out with? The only one I know for sure is the Tracy 3 listed in Golf Digest. I used to have a Victoria II and an Abbie and am looking to get back into the family.
Titleist T3
Titleist TS2 16.5
Srixon H85 19 & 22
Titleist T200 5-GW
Titleist SM6 54 & 58
Scotty Cameron Special Select Newport 2


  • Hansch99Hansch99 Members  501WRX Points: 0Posts: 501
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    I can tell you for sure they're not coming out with a Bullseye homage, and their product-development team said it has no plans to do so. image/smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />

    I'll be looking forward to what they bring out. Something like a Mills Softtail would be cool.

    Edit: Here's the e-mail I got:

    "Sorry but at the present time we have no plans for more of the traditional blade style putters. It would be 2010 before this could be considered. I will certainly mention this to our R&D manager to get his thoughts.

    thank you,

    Dave Richardson

    Director of Sales

    Yes! Golf

    7808 Cherry Creek So Dr

    Suite 103

    Denver, CO 80231


    Now, interpretation of "traditional blade style putters" can vary, but my guess is that you'll see a lot of mallets in their new models.
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  • getsweaa6getsweaa6 Members  60WRX Points: 0Posts: 60
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    I personally would like to see a mallet similar to the Odyssey #9 or Cameron Del Mar 3.5. However, I wouldn't mind giving a softtail version a roll at my local golf galaxy.
  • teeituphighteeituphigh Head Professional - Hastings Golf Club, NZ Hastings, New ZealandMembers  1215WRX Points: 133Posts: 1,215 Platinum Tees
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    I know....I know!!! Post to come....
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    Golf Digest Names YES! Golf's Interchangeable Hosel Putter Tracy III Plus To The 2009 Hot List

    DENVER, January 14, 2009 - Golf Digest named the soon-to-be-released YES! C-Groove Tracy III Plus to its "2009 Hot List." The Tracy Plus III is the first putter that offers four interchangeable hosel options. YES! putters featuring C-Groove technology have been on the Golf Digest "Hot List" for five consecutive years. The Abbie and Hanna were named to the "Hot List" in 2008, the Callie-f in 2007, Dianna in 2006, and Tracy was on the 2005 list.

    "The concept was developed in direct response to the requests from our tour players," said Francis Ricci, CEO and president of YES! Golf. "By combining C-Groove technology and interchangeable hosel technology you have the most advance putter in the industry. By receiving Golf Digest's Gold Medal award, it gives YES! Golf strong validation of our technological advancements in the putter category."

    The annual Golf Digest "Hot List" names the best of the best in six product categories. The putter category was divided into blade and mallet putters. The Tracy III Plus received a Gold Medal award for blade putters over $200.

    The Tracy III Plus is a blade putter designed after one of YES! Golf's most popular putters. The Tracy III Plus head and accompanying hosels are made with CNC milled 303 stainless forged steel precision parts for incredible feel and has a head weight of 350 grams that includes the hosel. The putter has a single sight alignment line in the cavity of the putter head. It also has a loft of 2.5 degrees (2 degrees flat or upright available) and lie of 72 degrees with length options of 33-35 inches. It is available Feb. 15 in right hand only at a suggested retail of $360.

    The plumber neck hosel is standard in the Tracy III Plus. Three other hosel options are sold separately ̶ slant neck, face balanced and pronounced heel-toe hang. By changing the hosel, golfers can custom fit their putter anywhere from a 5-degree toe-hang blade to a pronounced toe-hang blade by simply unscrewing the shafted hosel and inserting a new shafted hosel option.

    Yes! Golf, based in Denver, Colo., is the proven leader in grooved putter technology. Harold Swash, known as the European putting doctor, introduced the innovative theory of concentric grooves in 1995. Today, C-Groove putters are taking the golf world by storm making Yes! Golf one of the fastest growing putters on the professional tours.
  • puttingiskeyputtingiskey Members  6WRX Points: 0Posts: 6
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    I saw a sneak peak of one for 2009 and got to roll a few! Best they have made yet!!! I think it was called Dawn... It looked identical to Tigers putter! I had a chance to see Tigers back up putter that Scotty keeps just in case... Dawn (I think it was called) looked identical but with the grooves added in the face!
  • TheMoneyShotTheMoneyShot ***FIGJAM/Twirl of Doom*** Members  31977WRX Points: 1,720Posts: 31,977 Titanium Tees
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    We need pics of this putter...

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