I’m with @Jman on this one. Looking at the first post only I thought ”damn that’s a great looking putter”. Reading further it seems THP doesn’t necessarily agree, but that’s why there is more than one brand out there right?
If I was at a shop and saw one of these on the rack I’d definitely be giving it a roll.
I liked Yes putters back in the day. The C-grooves were an interesting innovation. Might this be a new direction for the FIT face milling? Make the entire head out of the soft carbon they are known for and it might be a sweet putter.
Love me some groovy putters. Betti with the horizontal grooves and the Yes! Abbie forged as the backup.
Both grip the cover of the ball and give good end over end roll.
I like my Yes! better than this one. Still have two of them.
Makes sense the patent is up. Didn't know how they'd do it otherwise. Surprised no one scooped it up? Maybe Betti will...that would be pretty dope.
Some haven’t read it’s not a blatant copy. A very good tour player wanted it this way and betti made it. If it didn’t look just right, weigh just right, etc then Matt Fitzpatrick wouldn’t use it. Betti has he best milking equipment around and they mill a lot more than putters. They do a lot of classified milling for the government. Think super tight tolerances, exact weights and specs for say anything going into space on a rocket or shuttle. They can’t talk about that stuff though. As they said ‘it’s classified’ lol.