Review: YES! Pippi Belly Putter
This new ownership brought new life to the brand, allowing it to move forward with new designs and new finishes. IF you get the chance to check out the YES! line up of putters, you will find the widest selection of any company on the market. If there is a putter design out there, YES! probably has a similar model. All the YES! putters have a ladies name so keeping up with what design is who, can be tricky.
The real reason I like the YES! putter is the C-grooves. It feels like they grip the ball and turn it over on impact. The ball looks like it is rolling forward immediately. They also offer great feel as the ball softly pops off the grooves. Yet the softness is not from an insert or polymer, but just solid metal to ball on each strike. This head is beached (has a slot behind the face) which is then filled with a polymer so it also dampens vibration very nicely. Alignment was also very easy with the sight-line right at the end of the shaft.
The finishing touches shout YES!. The headcover is bright yellow and black and seals with Velcro. The belly putter grip grip is thick, long and soft; it too has YES! written all over it in black and yellow. The new YES! putters are solid putters at a moderate price. The C-groove technology really works and puts a nice roll on the ball. Check out one of the many models to see what fits your eye best. YES! is still groov’n!
For more information: www.yesgolf.com
+Many head designs
–Too many designs are confusing
–Quality control on orders