DENVER, July 27, 2009 – YES! Golf continues to have strong tour success, recording two second-place finishes over the weekend. At the PGA Tour’s Canadian Open, the runner-up eagled the 72nd hole with a YES! Tracy putter to put himself in a two-man playoff. Also decided in a playoff, the second-place finisher at the LPGA Evian Masters used a Tracy putter too.
On the PGA Tour, YES! Golf had 10 players using its popular C-Groove putters last week at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. On the LPGA Tour, YES! Golf had 12 putters in play at the Evian Masters in Evian-les-Bains, France.
In the company’s own backyard of Denver, Colo., the winner of the Colorado Open and the Denver Amateur also won while using a YES! putter.
“Our putters continue to enjoy success on all the tours this year,” said Francis Ricci, CEO YES! Golf. “We had a great week on the PGA Tour with 10 putters in play and several other players requesting putters. Our tour success continues to give us a boost at retail.”
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. The company’s C-Groove putters are now used by more than 200 tour professionals worldwide, including winners of 57 tournaments over the past three years. For information on YES! Golf, call 800.845.4327 or visit www.yesgolf.com.
Jackie Beck, 860.304.3643, firstname.lastname@example.org.