SeeMore Putters...Here Is The Love!

GolfcatGolfcat Members Posts: 673 ✭✭
edited Jan 29, 2015 in Putters #1
Long time member...long time Scotty fan. Prolly fueled by reading this board image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />



Seriously...really getting into the SeeMore brand lately. Currently have a m3w (think center shafted offset Rossie, milled), and an X2 (think 2.6 with firm insert).



Being that we are equipment geeks, you would think the SeeMore technology would get more airtime here. (Rifle Scope Technology, face balanced at impact). Maybe due to limited tour presence, but I am coming to grips that I am not a tour quality puttee...I will take all the technology that I can get.



What SeeMore's are in play here on the board?



Patrick
Ping G400 MAX 10.5* w 2KXV Blue
Ping i200 4-u, Glide 54, 58
Guerin GR3 Mallet
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  • MedsonMedson Members Posts: 2,310 ✭✭
    SeeMore FGP. Nothing fancy. I've been practicing a lot with it and maybe will knock my Anser out of the bag?
  • Jamboy72Jamboy72 Powered by the old school Members Posts: 5,956 ✭✭
    That's a great question...no doubt they make a great product, but from what I see/hear, they don't really put themselves out there much and you're right - there's not much buzz around the company.....maybe they like it that way??
  • HakkoHakko Members Posts: 894 ✭✭
    Actually, they're pretty active on this board and have answered questions and customer service inquiries. There seems to be a small but relatively vocal group of Seemore fanboys on this board. I'm certainly one.
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  • autisticloveautisticlove Members Posts: 537 ✭✭
    Quite possibly the best customer service in the business from my experience. Great folks who'll go the extra mile to make you a perfect putter.
  • wooleebooleewooleeboolee Members Posts: 239
    I play with a Private Reserve m2c and love it. Best putter I've owned. Scottys are certainly more popular but I putt better with my SeeMore. Great accuracy and feel. The best customer service in the industry and really good people, always willing to help. I like their products and service, but I also like the fact that they are a USA company.
  • KILLEDBYASHANKEDWEDGEKILLEDBYASHANKEDWEDGE 300 YARD DRAWS AND 10 LB HOOKS! Members Posts: 4,524
    I have a CS ONE, high quality putter.
  • atkinsincatkinsinc Members Posts: 130 ✭✭
    I play the M3, which I bought a few years back.



    I bought some clubs for a friend off Craigslist the other day from a guy that, at one time owned 21 Seemore putters. He spent some time at their headquarters (easy since we are in Knoxville, TN). He said they were unbelievably classy people, and was blown away at their company care for clients.



    FWIW- I bought 3 Scotty Camerons this year, and each has not been able to permanently displace the Seemore.
  • wooleebooleewooleeboolee Members Posts: 239


    I have a CS ONE, high quality putter.




    The CS One is an awesome putter. I've been thinking of getting one lately to add to the m2c and the FGP. The CS One just rolls so true for me when I've hit with it at my local Roger Dunn. Super feel and balance.
  • Railroading13Railroading13 NebraskaMembers Posts: 619 ✭✭
    Used the FGP for almost a decade, switched to a SB1 mallet, love it, SeeMore doesnt get the hype of other brands but IMO, it's the best in the business... Oh and dont forget Payne Stewart used 1 to win the Open and Zach Johnson still uses 1
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  • wooleebooleewooleeboolee Members Posts: 239


    Used the FGP for almost a decade, switched to a SB1 mallet, love it, SeeMore doesnt get the hype of other brands but IMO, it's the best in the business... Oh and dont forget Payne Stewart used 1 to win the Open and Zach Johnson still uses 1




    I had the pleasure of meeting Mike Hicks, who caddied for Payne Stewart, in NC last year. Mike is a certified SeeMore putting instructor and fitter (look on the SeeMore website for SPI instructors). I was able to get a 2 hour putting lesson from Mike on a weekend while I was in the Charlotte area on business. That was the best 2 hours of instruction and chatting (about PS, golf, and life) I've ever had. Mike's home course has a small glassed-in exhibit that has a lot of PS's golf memorabilia that would wow most of us. So, if anyone is in the NC area, wants a SeeMore fitting, a great putting lesson, or just wants to meet a very genuine and nice man who spent years on PS's bag, then definitely look up Mike!
  • KonkliferKonklifer Thinkin' of a master plan... location, location.Members Posts: 7,813 ✭✭
    The X3 might be the best insert putter I'be tried.
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  • TNRebTNReb Members Posts: 751
    I've tried them. I've been down to their place in Franklin and through the fitting process. I'm just not a fan.
  • GolfcatGolfcat Members Posts: 673 ✭✭
    TNR



    What did not work for you?
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    Ping i200 4-u, Glide 54, 58
    Guerin GR3 Mallet
  • kmod83_18kmod83_18 Members Posts: 127
    I just picked up a see more this last week hoping it is to be here soon. I have putted with it on an indoor putting green can wait to see what it can do outside never really thought about a seemore but the concept is fantastic and I'm willing to try anything
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  • DpavsDpavs OverWRX'ed Members Posts: 3,335 ✭✭
    edited Jan 12, 2015 #16
    I have a really nice Z2C... great putter and company... I just ended up liking my Betti better. The Z will probably be hitting the classified boards here in a month or so.
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  • pingpringpingpring Members Posts: 326 ✭✭
    My M6 is the only club safely in my bag. So simple yet so darn good.
  • GolfcatGolfcat Members Posts: 673 ✭✭
    The thing I picked up this week is that in order to stay square to the target line, you need to hide the red dot throughout your stroke. I had always thought RST was just for setup.



    Back to the practice green...
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    Ping i200 4-u, Glide 54, 58
    Guerin GR3 Mallet
  • lsf_21lsf_21 Members Posts: 1,866 ✭✭
    I had a seemore. I really liked the feel and all. Center shafted wasnt for me. Wanted to get another model but have moved to an armlock putter and they do not make one of them.



    I actually emailed them asking if they had plans to make an armlock and they said no. If they ever do make one I will be in line.
  • dn0614dn0614 Members Posts: 326
    I had a fgp a couple years ago and had mixed success with it. I putted with a few others for awhile and putter ok, but felt like I could be doing better. So, I scheduled a lesson with Pat O'Brien in Dallas and bought a Z2c for the lesson.



    I'm putting in a lot of work this winter and think that I'm finally reaching my potential on the greens. Hopefully, this is my last putter change. That being said, I would probably trade someone straight up for an mfgp in good condition. Lol
  • PreppySlapCutPreppySlapCut This is just babytown frolics... Members Posts: 6,393 ✭✭
    mFGP is the best feeling putter I've ever used.
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  • Green in RegGreen in Reg Members Posts: 444 ✭✭
    I have a SB1 on the truck headed my way as we speak! Fingers crossed it can take a spot in the bag...
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  • TNRebTNReb Members Posts: 751
    Golfcat wrote:


    TNR



    What did not work for you?




    I just don't buy in to their "hide the red dot" method. You can set up a lot of different ways and still hide the red dot. I prefer anser style putters with a plumbers neck. SeeMore makes one of those, but the fitter told me very bluntly "we don't recommend those. We only made them because people wanted them. They don't really help with our aiming method".



    I bought a OneCS and tried it... but I just never stuck with it.



    Anybody that knows me will you tell you I change putters about as often as I change my underwear... so I'm probably the last person that should really be commenting in this thread. image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
  • dn0614dn0614 Members Posts: 326
    TNReb wrote:
    Golfcat wrote:


    TNR



    What did not work for you?




    I just don't buy in to their "hide the red dot" method. You can set up a lot of different ways and still hide the red dot. I prefer anser style putters with a plumbers neck. SeeMore makes one of those, but the fitter told me very bluntly "we don't recommend those. We only made them because people wanted them. They don't really help with our aiming method".



    I bought a OneCS and tried it... but I just never stuck with it.



    Anybody that knows me will you tell you I change putters about as often as I change my underwear... so I'm probably the last person that should really be commenting in this thread. image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />




    The "hide the red dot" system is not very important to me either. I usually don't even look. My reason for using one is the near center shaft toe down blade with no offset. It just works for me.
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 620 ✭✭
    TNReb wrote:

    Golfcat wrote:


    TNR



    What did not work for you?




    I just don't buy in to their "hide the red dot" method. You can set up a lot of different ways and still hide the red dot. I prefer anser style putters with a plumbers neck. SeeMore makes one of those, but the fitter told me very bluntly "we don't recommend those. We only made them because people wanted them. They don't really help with our aiming method".



    I bought a OneCS and tried it... but I just never stuck with it.



    Anybody that knows me will you tell you I change putters about as often as I change my underwear... so I'm probably the last person that should really be commenting in this thread. image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />




    TNR - how has your putting been of late. Happy for you to stop back in and see us! Give us a call 615-435-8015 or [email protected] Thanks.
  • kmod83_18kmod83_18 Members Posts: 127
    Just received my fgp-w was a little bummed when it came to the door as a w but I have been putting with it on the carpet and it's been rolling really good. I think it will make the cut into the bag hopefully it will help in my PAT this year that's been my biggest problem everyone I have taken thus far
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  • chamgel2chamgel2 Athens, TNMembers Posts: 1,303 ✭✭
    I game a mfgp DF, have gamed numerous Seemore's over the years and this one gives me the best combination of forgiveness and toe flow, combined with the great feel of a carbon putter.
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  • Chief71Chief71 Members Posts: 341 ✭✭
    edited Jan 13, 2015 #28
    Huge Seemore fan and right now I am having a hard time deciding between a newly acquired z3c and the X3. However, I also have a ONEcs, SB2, mFGP2, and the si3. Wow, I guess I am going to have sell 3 of the last 4. image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
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  • Your-away!Your-away! Members Posts: 922 ✭✭
    i love mine! the biggest compliment i can give it is to say for the first time in my golfing life im not even contemplating changing my putter, and ive had a few to say the least!
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  • coopscoops Members Posts: 1,213 ✭✭
    I'm moving towards the feeling that unless Seemore produce an armlock FGP i'll be keeping my used ebay bought 'The Seemore FGP' in lovely matte black with the brass/bronze head material...



    I still use my Bettinardi Kuchar 1 Arm Lock as it gets me back to quiteing the hands and arms down, but really prefer the look at address and feel of the FGP - and the red dot certainly helps me as i find it woefully easy to gimp my setup horribly...
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 620 ✭✭
    kmod83_18 wrote:


    Just received my fgp-w was a little bummed when it came to the door as a w but I have been putting with it on the carpet and it's been rolling really good. I think it will make the cut into the bag hopefully it will help in my PAT this year that's been my biggest problem everyone I have taken thus far




    Give us a call. Our SPi instructors want to help you putter more consistent. Do not be afraid to ask the questions - we want to help.
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