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    Thoughts/comparisons on Yes! Dianna putter (or Yes! putters in general)

    Wondering if anyone has thoughts on the Yes! Dianna putter (similar shape to a Newport Slant Neck), or Yes! putters in general and how they stack up to higher-end putters in terms of feeling off the face, roll, etc..

    If anyone has played both a Yes! blade and a Odyssey White Hot Pro I'd be interested to hear what your comparison thoughts are as well!

    Would like to try one out myself but obviously not available during lockdown.

    Thanks!

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    Singles Match Play Champ 2012 Wilster is on a distinguished road Wilster's Avatar
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    I had a Yes! Donna for years and loved it , it's a "wide blade" style, well made great feel.
    I also had a odyssey black #2 which was comparable.
    I personally don't like the white hot insert , I find it too soft feeling , good luck on your search

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    I loved the original Yes! Sophia and Tracy. I gamed the Sophia so many times over the years (both the single dot & alignment line versions), and still have a Tracy in my backup lineup. Fantastic putters - but I loved the original versions better than the newer ones.


    Like all putters, it all depends on what feel & weight you prefer.
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    I had the Dianna with moveable weights back when it first came out. It was a great putter but just wasn't for me. I just picked up a Callie and I am excited for the courses to open. It has a really nice feel and a good amount of weight to it.
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    I played with a Yes! Amy for a couple of years and liked the weight and roll it provided. I changed simply because I won another putter and whether it was luck or not, I made a few clutch putts and decided to keep playing with it. I still have the Amy! but could be made to part with it
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    Tory Merritt is tied for the lead at the Rocket Mortgage PGA tournament and he is using a YES putter. I’ve owned a few YES putters and they are as good as any other.

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