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SeeMore Putters...Here Is The Love!

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  • ciddyboy7ciddyboy7 Advanced Members Posts: 999
    Honestly, I'm a club ho. Alway have been, but my SeeMore putter has been the only putter I've used through college golf, my short pro stint, and working in the industry. I'm out of the business now, but the SeeMore is still right there holing putts. Si2w with Iomic Absolute grip. It will never leave the bag.



    Now i've tried other putters but none can knock out the consistency of a SeeMore putter. But to be honest, I have found a few SeeMore models feel like they set up closed, but once you find the one that fits you and your eyes, buy it and commit to it.
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  • bellairemibellairemi Advanced Members Posts: 395 ✭✭
    I really like the company and think they make a quality product. Plus, as a center-shaft fan, they have a slew of head styles and materials from which to choose. That said, I found them very penal on misses (i know sounds funny when considering a putter) and the Ping TR technology proved better for my game by a wide stretch.
  • mac94mac94 Banned Posts: 6,321
    Referring to Rifle Scope as "technology" seems a but much to me. It's more of a design element and one that I don't find all that helpful.
  • fightingbeesfightingbees Advanced Members Posts: 302
    I currently use 2010 version Newport 1.0 and Squareback at 35". What type of SEEMORE do you guys recommend that I try? I went to their web site and was confused by all the crazy designs. I would love to try them, but haven't see this brand in any of the stores near me.
  • Chief71Chief71 Advanced Members Posts: 338


    I currently use 2010 version Newport 1.0 and Squareback at 35". What type of SEEMORE do you guys recommend that I try? I went to their web site and was confused by all the crazy designs. I would love to try them, but haven't see this brand in any of the stores near me.




    I love my ONEcs, z3c, and X3 but I'm a center shaft guy. I also have a SB2C, Si3, and a mFGP2. Hard to tell with what you are coming from.
  • Chief71Chief71 Advanced Members Posts: 338
    edited January 2015
    mac94 wrote:


    Referring to Rifle Scope as "technology" seems a but much to me. It's more of a design element and one that I don't find all that helpful.




    I love that design element and find it pretty helpful image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />



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  • wooleebooleewooleeboolee Members Posts: 239
    mac94 wrote:


    Referring to Rifle Scope as "technology" seems a but much to me. It's more of a design element and one that I don't find all that helpful.




    I found the Rifle Scope Technology to be very useful. I used to be a horrible putter. I used to push all my putts and miss the cup about 70% of my 5 footers and longer. My alignment was off big time. Then I got my first SeeMore and learned how to properly line up the club head using the RST. It was an amazing transformation over a short time. My putts were dead straight and going in the cup more often than not. Now that my brain and eyes have "corrected" themselves by knowing what a square clubhead looks like, I have become less dependant on the RST. But I still love my SeeMores and use one in every round.
  • GolfcatGolfcat Advanced Members Posts: 673
    Since I am trying OBrien's Modern Claw, I have been trying different grips on the putter. I currently have a Standard Iomic on my X2, and an Iomic midsize on my m3w. I have a Pure midsize on the way to try. What is your favorite putter grip with your SeeMore?
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  • Chief71Chief71 Advanced Members Posts: 338
    Golfcat wrote:


    Since I am trying OBrien's Modern Claw, I have been trying different grips on the putter. I currently have a Standard Iomic on my X2, and an Iomic midsize on my m3w. I have a Pure midsize on the way to try. What is your favorite putter grip with your SeeMore?




    Most of mine are the Seemore Feel-Tec Oversize. I really like them. They come standard on most of their high end stuff if you find them stock from the golf shop.
  • MMB1500MMB1500 Advanced Members Posts: 6,309 ✭✭
    Had anyone tried the 'Perfect Putting Grip'? Thinking about ordering one on my Z3c.
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  • apprenti23apprenti23 ClubWRX Charter Members Posts: 3,885
    edited January 2015
    SeeMore putters are training aids that you can bring with you out on the course. They are perfect for beginners or anyone struggling with their putting. I call them "blue collar putters," because they're hard working performers! For what they lack in **** appeal they make up for in performance. It's vital that you get properly fit for your SeeMore. You do not need to use the SeeMore SPi method to use the putter, but you do need to have the proper length and lie angle to maximize the benefit of RST. I recommend them to anyone looking for a putter and encourage them just to try it.



    I prefer to use the Si5w. Sure it isn't a beautiful putter nor is it the best feeling putter, but it gets the job done well.
  • SparkyfrizSparkyfriz Members Posts: 41
    i was gaming a One CS for the longest time. It just fit me, I rolled it great, and was comfortable/confident with it. For some reason, I wanted something new, so I was fit for an Edel. I sold a bunch of old clubs on eBay to purchase the Edel, but I never once thought of selling my old trusty SeeMore. I have tried to love my Edel, but my SeeMore is my favorite. Their customer service is second to none too.
  • Chief71Chief71 Advanced Members Posts: 338
    Sparkyfriz wrote:


    i was gaming a One CS for the longest time. It just fit me, I rolled it great, and was comfortable/confident with it. For some reason, I wanted something new, so I was fit for an Edel. I sold a bunch of old clubs on eBay to purchase the Edel, but I never once thought of selling my old trusty SeeMore. I have tried to love my Edel, but my SeeMore is my favorite. Their customer service is second to none too.




    It's funny. I have recently come back to the One CS despite recently picking up a great deal on a z3c(which I have wanted for a long time). I also like my X3. Going to sell my mFGP2, Si3, & SB2c. Right now, I'm making everything with the One CS.
  • altess27altess27 Northern MN Southpaw Advanced Members Posts: 806 ✭✭
    I used an mFGP2 for awhile last summer. It had an awesome feel to it but the center shaft just didn't work well with my stroke. For straight back straight through putting strokes I think SeeMore is one of the best out there.
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  • MMB1500MMB1500 Advanced Members Posts: 6,309 ✭✭
    edited January 2015
    altess27 wrote:


    I used an mFGP2 for awhile last summer. It had an awesome feel to it but the center shaft just didn't work well with my stroke. For straight back straight through putting strokes I think SeeMore is one of the best out there.




    ??. Isn't their whole concept based on promoting a stroke with a slight arc, which is how one keeps the red dot hidden?



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  • altess27altess27 Northern MN Southpaw Advanced Members Posts: 806 ✭✭
    Eagle006 wrote:

    altess27 wrote:


    I used an mFGP2 for awhile last summer. It had an awesome feel to it but the center shaft just didn't work well with my stroke. For straight back straight through putting strokes I think SeeMore is one of the best out there.




    ??. Isn't their whole concept is based on prompting a stroke with a slight arc, which is how one keeps the red dot hidden?







    Well now that's interesting I've never seen that video or truthfully looked into their concept, kind of just wanted to give a center shaft a shot haha. I thought all center shafts are for SBST strokes. I should've stated that I'm not an expert lol.
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  • HakkoHakko Advanced Members Posts: 892 ✭✭
    altess27 wrote:


    I used an mFGP2 for awhile last summer. It had an awesome feel to it but the center shaft just didn't work well with my stroke. For straight back straight through putting strokes I think SeeMore is one of the best out there.




    They make a few heel shafted, zero-offset models. I love my m2.
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  • GolfcatGolfcat Advanced Members Posts: 673
    Messed around on the putting green. I have relatively small hands (cadet small). If I am going to have the grip in my fingers like O'Brien recommends, I need a smaller grip. I have an Iomic standard and Iomic midsize, and I can definitely feel the head better with the small. The midsize starts to creep into the palm.



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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    Golfcat wrote:


    Messed around on the putting green. I have relatively small hands (cadet small). If I am going to have the grip in my fingers like O'Brien recommends, I need a smaller grip. I have an Iomic standard and Iomic midsize, and I can definitely feel the head better with the small. The midsize starts to creep into the palm.



    26 putts in yesterday's round....wish I hit more greens....




    Golfcat - great round of golf! If you have a question about grip size - call the office and we can give you some options for a smaller grip - Pure grip might be a good option or GOP as well. Thanks.
  • LaughingSevenLaughingSeven Members Posts: 23
    Been playing a Si2 for the past year+ and just found a M2 that I'll put in the bag for my next couple of rounds. My ~34 putts/round average needs some help.
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭


    Been playing a Si2 for the past year+ and just found a M2 that I'll put in the bag for my next couple of rounds. My ~34 putts/round average needs some help.




    No worries! Set up a time in the putting studio and come visit us for a lesson - [email protected] Happy to help.
  • DRGJR72DRGJR72 Advanced Members Posts: 2,336
    Saw the SeeMore FGP giant or big version at the PGA Show and I actually really like the look of it. Seems like it would be super easy to aim and align, and add confidence, as it is much bigger in person than one might imagine. Might be a putter I look at to add to my stable and then check out on the SAM putt lab to see what works the best.
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    DRGJR72 wrote:


    Saw the SeeMore FGP giant or big version at the PGA Show and I actually really like the look of it. Seems like it would be super easy to aim and align, and add confidence, as it is much bigger in person than one might imagine. Might be a putter I look at to add to my stable and then check out on the SAM putt lab to see what works the best.




    Thanks for the feedback. We asked everyone to roll it 5 times and by the third roll everyone loved the feel and the ease of making a putt. The stability and the correct use of MOI along with SeeMore's face balance at impact putters .... great combination.
  • kmod83_18kmod83_18 Advanced Members Posts: 127
    Well I just received my seemore PTM 1 on the recommendation of one of your cs reps I like it much better then my fgp-w can't wait for the weather to get nice so I can get it outside. I'm hoping this is the answer for my PAT. Time to spend some time on the Spi site since I have no instructors close. Maybe once I get my PAT passed I will go through and become a certified instructor because I believe believe in this product
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  • GolfcatGolfcat Advanced Members Posts: 673
    MOD's...change the title to "SeeMore...Here Is The Love"



    Averaging 28 putts per round over the last 5 rounds since I committed to SeMore. Settled on an Iomic standard with 1 extra wrap.



    Of course, being golf, my ball striking has gone to shite.



    Looking forward to this season of golf. Keep the SeeMore love coming!



    Now I need a cool SeeMore hat...I sent Seemore a couple of ideas. Cool company to work with.
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  • LaughingSevenLaughingSeven Members Posts: 23
    What do the different letters mean at the end of the model number on SeeMore putters? For example, I've seen M2b, and M1w.
  • MedsonMedson Advanced Members Posts: 2,310
    model names.




    What do the different letters mean at the end of the model number on SeeMore putters? For example, I've seen M2b, and M1w.
  • GolfcatGolfcat Advanced Members Posts: 673
    I know w is "whistle" shaft. It is a full shaft offset shaft.

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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    Golfcat wrote:


    I know w is "whistle" shaft. It is a full shaft offset shaft.




    Correct - "w" stands for whistle shaft or offset. Making change for 2015 to just call offset.
  • ciddyboy7ciddyboy7 Advanced Members Posts: 999

    Golfcat wrote:


    I know w is "whistle" shaft. It is a full shaft offset shaft.




    Correct - "w" stands for whistle shaft or offset. Making change for 2015 to just call offset.




    Awesome the offset shaft has been a perfect fit for my putting
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  • GolfcatGolfcat Advanced Members Posts: 673
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  • kcsfkcsf Advanced Members Posts: 993 ✭✭
    My "new to me" RST2 Si4 rocks so far on the carpet. Taking it out next week.
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  • duffer888duffer888 Advanced Members Posts: 1,874
    The love is right here. Purchased used at a steal of a deal for $99 before they started coming back.
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  • GolfcatGolfcat Advanced Members Posts: 673
    Duff...that's hot (Paris Hilton voice)
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  • wooleebooleewooleeboolee Members Posts: 239
    Golfcat wrote:






    Uhh, what the heck is that?? I stared at it for 5 minutes, turned it sideways and upside down, and still don't get it. Help!!!
  • GolfcatGolfcat Advanced Members Posts: 673

    Golfcat wrote:






    Uhh, what the heck is that?? I stared at it for 5 minutes, turned it sideways and upside down, and still don't get it. Help!!!




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  • wooleebooleewooleeboolee Members Posts: 239
    Golfcat wrote:


    Golfcat wrote:






    Uhh, what the heck is that?? I stared at it for 5 minutes, turned it sideways and upside down, and still don't get it. Help!!!




    Thanks!



  • Backspin9Backspin9 . Advanced Members Posts: 666
    Eagle006 wrote:

    altess27 wrote:


    I used an mFGP2 for awhile last summer. It had an awesome feel to it but the center shaft just didn't work well with my stroke. For straight back straight through putting strokes I think SeeMore is one of the best out there.




    ??. Isn't their whole concept based on promoting a stroke with a slight arc, which is how one keeps the red dot hidden?






    I worked with an SPi instructor last summer and the way it was explained to me is that if you are using a pendulum stroke it will appear to be straight back and straight through up to a point. On longer putts where you have to draw the putter back farther it will naturally go a little inside on the way back and on the follow through. It's more important to keep the putter centered on your sternum and make a pendulum motion rather than trying to keep it perfectly on-line back and through.



    I think there is a little misconception when it comes to straight back and straight through putting. It is virtually impossible to do on longer putts without manipulating your hands or the putter in some way. If the putter is square at setup and you make a good pendulum stroke without manipulating it, it will be square at impact. It really doesn't matter what the putter does on the way back.
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  • Chief71Chief71 Advanced Members Posts: 338
    edited February 2015
    Here's my current SeeMore love. I just picked this SeeMore Z3c Tour Limited Platinum up recently on eBay for $190 shipped. The seller had removed the red dot for a cleaner look(not sure I agree with that) but I decided to do my 1st ever paintfill job. I was going to do Red to make it original again, but I decided to match the Lime Green Feel-Tec Oversize grip instead. Check it out.
  • atkinsincatkinsinc Advanced Members Posts: 130
    edited February 2015
    I lost my red dot a few times. In lieu of a first class paint fill, I use my 6-year-old's Barbie nail polish. I did not like the look without the dot. It probably would not make a difference, but it did in my mind.



    On a sadder note, my daughter now wants to "customize" all my clubs!!!
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  • HawkeyeDanHawkeyeDan Advanced Members Posts: 894
    duffer888 wrote:


    The love is right here. Purchased used at a steal of a deal for $99 before they started coming back.




    Where is the sweet spot on these? The thicker part where the shaft goes in? Under the alignment line?
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    HawkeyeDan wrote:

    duffer888 wrote:


    The love is right here. Purchased used at a steal of a deal for $99 before they started coming back.




    Where is the sweet spot on these? The thicker part where the shaft goes in? Under the alignment line?




    The alignment line. The shaft ends at the bottom of the putter which is "under the alignment line" - not where the thicker part enters into the shaft. Happy to help with more questions - feel free to contact us at [email protected] or call 615-435-8015.
  • GolfcatGolfcat Advanced Members Posts: 673
    Seemore...what is the purpose of the bottom of the shaft being black? Better contrast with the RST?
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    Golfcat wrote:


    Seemore...what is the purpose of the bottom of the shaft being black? Better contrast with the RST?




    Correct. The bottom portion of the shaft is black so that you can see the RST better. It is a one piece True-Temper shaft that we put a black finish on the lower portion. Thanks.

    We are starting to make the black in custom colors - presently we have orange, green and pink.
  • kmod83_18kmod83_18 Advanced Members Posts: 127
    Man wish I would have known that before I ordered my PTM 1 an orange shaft grip and head cover would have been sweet
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  • GolfcatGolfcat Advanced Members Posts: 673
    Who rocks a superstroke or Winn Pro X with a SeeMore?



    Wondering if the larger grip slows some the natural rotation and works well with the RST...
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    The GIANT FGP is beginning to be a great product in many ways. Hope you get a chance to roll a few putts with it! When you do - let us know your thoughts. Thanks.



  • HakkoHakko Advanced Members Posts: 892 ✭✭
    Golfcat wrote:


    Who rocks a superstroke or Winn Pro X with a SeeMore?



    Wondering if the larger grip slows some the natural rotation and works well with the RST...




    I'm switching from a SS 2.0 to a 1.0 on my M2. I'm using Pat O'Brian's grip recommendation, and I find that I'm having a little trouble getting the grip under my heel-pad with the 2.0, which seems to inhibit the release. Should have it on the next time I play, once NC thaws out.
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  • larzpdotlarzpdot Advanced Members Posts: 129
    I've got an appointment set up for a putter fitting next weekend. Really hoping this week flies by.



    Thanks to the SeeMore team for hooking me up with a fitter.
  • JayLeftyJayLefty Lefty Boomers Posts: 2,010 ✭✭
    I just got my FGP and I am in love. So much so that I put in an order for the giant too. It is a must have. I can't believe I overlooked SeeMore for this long. I am a fan and imagine I will be a fan for a very long time. They have amazing customer service as well which helped me with my putter purchases and they worked with me to ensure the product is great for me. Can't wait to get my lefty Giant.
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