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Seemore Putters - Anyone?

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  • kess13kess13 So I just put the ball in the hole... Advanced Members Posts: 1,272 ✭✭
    After rolling many ptm at GS last year I decided to give seemore a try again this year but all the local GS no longer carry them. I've been wanting a center shafted no offset putter for a while and although I average 1.8 putts with my rife which isn't terrible for my skill level I just feel like my forward press and setup are never exactly consistent. So I bought a seemore off a site.

    My new mFGPcs was waiting at the door when I got home from my round today and I must say I'm impressed. The milling is fantastic, the finish is subtle and beautiful, and the carbon steel feel is great. Alignment is easy and early carpet putts look good. She's only 33" so I need to add an inch or two but I can't wait to get her on the course. Not the most expensive but maybe the highest quality putter I've had in my collection.
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  • skralyskraly ClubWRX Charter Members Posts: 1,522 ClubWRX
    edited June 2016
    OspreyCI wrote:


    I was a fitting for a driver the other day and was messing around putting afterwards and my fitter was watching me. He had me try a Seemore Corona Del Mar Deep Flange and I was putting much better with that immediately. I never would have ever tried a Seemore.



    Anyone here use Seemore? What version? How do you like it?


    Just bought a SeeMore Giant FGP for fun. Once you get used to the large size it is quite an excellent putter. Very stable of course. But the feel is my favorite thing about it. I do not usually like the feel of aluminum putters but this one is great. Soft but with just enough click to make you know you have hit a solid putt. I find many insert putters lack enough feel at impact for my tastes and aluminum putters that I have tried in the past have felt vague or dull at impact, if that makes sense. The Giant is just right. Also, for what ever reason, the SeeMore RST seems easier to line up with the Giant than with other SeeMores I have tried. All kudos to SeeMore on this one. I know many won't like it because it is big. Did I say it was big? Very big. But if you can deal with that you will be wielding an excellent putting instrument.
  • brettobbrettob Members Posts: 8
    Been gaming my PTM1 for a few years now and don't ever see myself switching away from it. I always feel confident knowing I'm going to line up properly without even thinking about it. I live about 40 minutes from the HQ's in Franklin where my dad, brother, and myself all got taken care of by Cody (thanks again a few years later). Also was able to get my hands on this cool Canadian head cover while I was there.



    Has anyone refinished their SeeMore's themselves or from other places online that refinish putters? Any information about that would be awesome!



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  • Pursel NickPursel Nick Advanced Members Posts: 122
    I've always been tempted to try one but have always staid away because of the lack of non center shaft models. I really like the idea of the dots to make your alignment consistent. Has anyone tried the plumbers neck version?
  • wpvincewpvince Advanced Members Posts: 135
    Haven't tried em yet
  • HakkoHakko Advanced Members Posts: 892 ✭✭


    I've always been tempted to try one but have always staid away because of the lack of non center shaft models. I really like the idea of the dots to make your alignment consistent. Has anyone tried the plumbers neck version?




    I prefer zero offset, so haven't tried a plumber's neck model, but they have several heel shafted putters. I use a Z2 and am very happy with it.
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  • stopdogstopdog Advanced Members Posts: 859 ✭✭
    I went to the golf store yesterday at lunch to pick out my new 2016 Scotty NP2 and there was a row of these new Seemores so I started messing around with one of the Corona Del Mars don't know which one but made like 15 or so putts in a row couldn't miss the balls were stacking up and overflowing in every hole I tried, so I put my new Scotty order on hold and going to " see more " what the heck is going on when I get more time but probably will buy one of these...making all those putts even in the shop has to mean something and I didn't even notice or try anything with the red lines until the end.
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    stopdog wrote:


    I went to the golf store yesterday at lunch to pick out my new 2016 Scotty NP2 and there was a row of these new Seemores so I started messing around with one of the Corona Del Mars don't know which one but made like 15 or so putts in a row couldn't miss the balls were stacking up and overflowing in every hole I tried, so I put my new Scotty order on hold and going to " see more " what the heck is going on when I get more time but probably will buy one of these...making all those putts even in the shop has to mean something and I didn't even notice or try anything with the red lines until the end.




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  • buckaroo279buckaroo279 ClubWRX Charter Members Posts: 61 ClubWRX
    I was fitted by a certified Seemore instructor and have not looked at another putter since 2013
  • chuckgt3chuckgt3 ClubWRX Charter Members Posts: 67
    Most responsive company in the business. Quality all the way!
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭


    I was fitted by a certified Seemore instructor and have not looked at another putter since 2013




    buckaroo279 - fantastic! Thanks for being a part of team SeeMore!!
  • SurfDufferSurfDuffer Advanced Members Posts: 3,000
    I've been playing the SeeMore original FPG for a few years now and it has always been a terrific putter. A couple of weeks back I switched the grip to a SuperStroke 3.0 and added some lead tape to make the head feel a little heavier and now this thing is just plane deadly
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  • TundraToadTundraToad Advanced Members Posts: 221 ✭✭
    I have a mFGP2 Limited 1st Run (204 of 250) putter I bought off someone here on GolfWRX when it was 1st released. After putting a while with it the set-up was all wrong for me. Contacted SeeMore and they were outstanding in helping me and when I got it back from them they even put on a new headcover for no charge. Great Company.





    Now for the bad news, it sits in a closest because I cannot putt with it. No idea why as it sits perfect, swings nice and has great feel, I just can't make putts. Guessing its the center shaft design. On a quiet night you can hear it crying asking for another chance. image/taunt.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':taunt:' />
  • kenstlkenstl Advanced Members Posts: 413 ✭✭
    I switched over t a seemore FGP (brass) at the beginning of last year and my putting is better than it has ever been. I picked up a used one to try it out, it had been painted black by the previous owner. After liking it, I ended up having the head stripped down and buffed out, and the inlay areas antiqued for the contrast on the alignment lines. I then sent it off to seemore and they restarted the putter to 37". Great service by seemore, they were very helpful in assisting in the set up of the putter.



    Over the last couple of years I had tried a number of different putters and putting styles, including face on putting. I have stuck with the FGP for 1.5 seasons so far and my putting numbers are drastically better. Maybe someday I'll go through a seemore fitting as I have become a believer in their alignment and stroke system
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  • kess13kess13 So I just put the ball in the hole... Advanced Members Posts: 1,272 ✭✭
    Father in law invited me to his annual member/guest this week for the first time. We started slow the first day but the seemore got hot on the second day and we were able to grind back to the middle of the pack. On the third day the greens were rolling at a 12 or so per the pros. We had a number in our head going into the final round and positioned ourselves well going into the last match of the week. On the last hole I was giving a stroke to everyone in the group and they were all looking at short bogey putts on a tough par 5. I was just off the back edge in 3 and had a foot of rough and then 12ft to a hole running away from me. Tapped it with the seemore just enough to get it out of the grass and we all watched it lazily roll down and drop in the cup to win the last hole for a point. We took our flight by a point. I was nervous about bringing the seemore out for a tournament with so little practice with it, but it has earned it's spot in my bag. Great putter.
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    kess13 wrote:


    Father in law invited me to his annual member/guest this week for the first time. We started slow the first day but the seemore got hot on the second day and we were able to grind back to the middle of the pack. On the third day the greens were rolling at a 12 or so per the pros. We had a number in our head going into the final round and positioned ourselves well going into the last match of the week. On the last hole I was giving a stroke to everyone in the group and they were all looking at short bogey putts on a tough par 5. I was just off the back edge in 3 and had a foot of rough and then 12ft to a hole running away from me. Tapped it with the seemore just enough to get it out of the grass and we all watched it lazily roll down and drop in the cup to win the last hole for a point. We took our flight by a point. I was nervous about bringing the seemore out for a tournament with so little practice with it, but it has earned it's spot in my bag. Great putter.




    Thought we heard you yesterday making that putt - Nashville image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />)!! Well done! Always happy to help.
  • edgeratedgerat ClubWRX Charter Members Posts: 147
    This is a bit of a silly question but, what is the difference between all the different "lines" of putters? Studio, Milled, Private Reserve, etc. Looking for a 100% milled FGP version, don't want to spend more than I "need" to and don't want to not get the best
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    edgerat wrote:


    This is a bit of a silly question but, what is the difference between all the different "lines" of putters? Studio, Milled, Private Reserve, etc. Looking for a 100% milled FGP version, don't want to spend more than I "need" to and don't want to not get the best




    Different finishes and different materials. At your convenience give us a call at 615-435-8015 and more than happy to walk you through everything. PR section are limited runs of heads that we get from time to time. Milled is 100% milled product and Studio series is our Nashville series that has a unique finish.
  • gruzgruz Advanced Members Posts: 204
    Anyone know which Seemore line of FGP would feel most like my milled Scotty Cameron GoLo S? It produces a beautiful smooth *click* at impact. I had an original brass fgp and I've never had a better stroke than with that putter, but the feel/sound was just dreadful... I recently tried the 303 milled FGP at my local Roger Dunn (used, no new Seemore's in stock), and it produced almost no sound at all, almost too smooth... Is there something in between? Maybe PTM1?
  • maxfli985maxfli985 Advanced Members Posts: 1,237
    I'm looking to move to one of the Giant series...probably M1t or FGPt...anyone able to tell me about them compared to old models? Also, let me know if you have one to sell me!
  • MedsonMedson Advanced Members Posts: 2,310 ✭✭
    I'm using a Giant FGP and had regular FGP in the past.



    Giant is ... giant. It's like putting with a brick. It's made from alumnus and has light milling. It feels very clicky. Nothing bad about clicky because milling is light. Take a little bit time to get used to.



    Hide the dot works. Mic drop.


    maxfli985 wrote:


    I'm looking to move to one of the Giant series...probably M1t or FGPt...anyone able to tell me about them compared to old models? Also, let me know if you have one to sell me!
  • maxfli985maxfli985 Advanced Members Posts: 1,237
    I played 9 w/ the old brass FGP i have 2 nights ago...made some great putts. I love the idea of the smaller giants....probably need to look at getting one.
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    maxfli985 wrote:


    I played 9 w/ the old brass FGP i have 2 nights ago...made some great putts. I love the idea of the smaller giants....probably need to look at getting one.




    Mini Giant, giant m1t and giant fgpt are awesome to look at! Give it a try when you see it.
  • kess13kess13 So I just put the ball in the hole... Advanced Members Posts: 1,272 ✭✭
    gruz wrote:


    Anyone know which Seemore line of FGP would feel most like my milled Scotty Cameron GoLo S? It produces a beautiful smooth *click* at impact. I had an original brass fgp and I've never had a better stroke than with that putter, but the feel/sound was just dreadful... I recently tried the 303 milled FGP at my local Roger Dunn (used, no new Seemore's in stock), and it produced almost no sound at all, almost too smooth... Is there something in between? Maybe PTM1?


    I own the carbon steel version of the fgp. It feels great but is definitely quiet and soft when properly struck. Having putted with many models at the store I'd say you are on the right track with the ptm1. I found it to be pleasantly firm.
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  • kenstlkenstl Advanced Members Posts: 413 ✭✭
    kess13 wrote:
    gruz wrote:


    Anyone know which Seemore line of FGP would feel most like my milled Scotty Cameron GoLo S? It produces a beautiful smooth *click* at impact. I had an original brass fgp and I've never had a better stroke than with that putter, but the feel/sound was just dreadful... I recently tried the 303 milled FGP at my local Roger Dunn (used, no new Seemore's in stock), and it produced almost no sound at all, almost too smooth... Is there something in between? Maybe PTM1?


    I own the carbon steel version of the fgp. It feels great but is definitely quiet and soft when properly struck. Having putted with many models at the store I'd say you are on the right track with the ptm1. I found it to be pleasantly firm.




    Agree. I just added another FGP as I picked up a CS counterbalanced model and you are right, it can be quiet. I had a great first outing with it making a number of mid length putts. I love the FGP style

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  • irishrob9irishrob9 Members Posts: 45
    Gotta give SeeMore a customer service shoutout. Earlier this week I purchased a couple putters on their website. On one of them they didn't have the headcover I selected in stock. They emailed me but I didn't respond in time for them to deliver the putters before the weekend. B/c they wanted to make sure they were delivered on time, they included TWO other headcovers and said if I didn't like them they would send any other right away. Thoughtful and solid customer service if you ask me.



    Great putters and great company behind them....
  • chal0072chal0072 Advanced Members Posts: 339
    edited July 2016
    Didn't get fit and just bought Si5 34" now I think is too long. Is it okay to cut an inch off? Or do you recommend just putting longer grip like Super stroke 2.0XL and grip down on it.
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  • maxfli985maxfli985 Advanced Members Posts: 1,237
    i just cut down a 37'' Giant m1t to 34'' and put a 140cc Golf Pride Tour Snsr Straight grip and it is money. I don't think cutting down is a problem unless Seemore put rear weights in the butt of the shaft....at 34 it's likely you dont have that issue.
  • GarrettFMGarrettFM Advanced Members Posts: 99
    edited July 2016
    New to this forum, don't have a huge amount to offer in terms of gear knowledge, but wanted to add my two cents about SeeMore. I recently rebuilt my set after about a decade of not playing much golf, and I struggled to find the right putter. I auditioned various mallets and blades, but I kept misjudging distance and missing four footers. Finally I tried an FGP Original at my local golf shop, and even though the alignment aids didn't exactly fit my set-up (I had always used a forward press, stood slightly open, and tilted my head to the right so that my sight line was behind the ball), I loved the feel, the weighting, the chrome polished sole, the overall look. Also, I found that my distance control was noticeably better than it was with any other putter I had tried.



    As I practiced with the FGP, I started experimenting with my set-up, just to see what would happen if I actually hid the dot. So I squared up my address, straightened out my head, and centered my sight line -- those adjustments were pretty easy. The most uncomfortable part was getting rid of my forward press; the beginning of my stroke didn't feel solid without it. But then I shifted my grip to quiet down my wrists, keeping it traditional but moving my hands a bit farther apart and using a strong extended right-hand index finger. Now I hide the dot every time, and my stroke feels square and sturdy. I'm rolling puts really, really well.



    So basically the FGP cleaned up my putting technique, which I hadn't expected but, as it turned out, definitely needed.



    A note on customer service: the golf shop where I bought the putter didn't have the right headcover, so they ordered one from SeeMore. They ended up ordering a mallet headcover by mistake. I called SeeMore, and (even though all of this was clearly the golf shop's fault) they said no problem, shipped me a new headcover, told me to keep the other one. Took two minutes. Now I feel genuinely invested in this small company. I'll probably buy a mallet to go with my extra headcover. You got me, SeeMore. Well done.
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  • kess13kess13 So I just put the ball in the hole... Advanced Members Posts: 1,272 ✭✭
    I put a salty grip on my seemore before playing this weekend. Had my 2 best putting rounds of the season. The light grip with the 340g head are just a wonderful combo for distance control and the larger grip keeps my hands quiet. Loving this setup!
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  • MobMob Just Another Lefty Advanced Members Posts: 3,436 ✭✭
    Just played my first 2 rounds with the SeeMore Z3c and really putt pretty well with it. I like the center shaft, my first time playing one. I won't rave or gush about any club until it has been in my bag for a whole season. The honeymoon period has happened too many times to me.
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  • OspreyCIOspreyCI Advanced Members Posts: 4,697 ✭✭
    edited July 2016
    I am back here to say that the Seemore gots lots of love today from me at Golfsmith and PGA SS. The Scotty is going bye bye after demoing a Seemore Corona Del Mar X3. Man that thing feels sweet and I just kept draining them.



    Only question is that when I was trying to hide the red dot it looked as if I could see the face of the putter when looking down. That correct?



    Wait.. One more question. What would the head weight be for a 34" Corona Del Mar X3?
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  • OspreyCIOspreyCI Advanced Members Posts: 4,697 ✭✭
    Went at lunch and demo'd the Corona Del Mar X3 and figured out the rst much better. Man I love that thing. Feels better than any SC I have owned!



    Golo 7 off to BST. A 34" Corona Del Mar X3 Rosemark 1.52 is calling my name.
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    OspreyCI wrote:


    I am back here to say that the Seemore gots lots of love today from me at Golfsmith and PGA SS. The Scotty is going bye bye after demoing a Seemore Corona Del Mar X3. Man that thing feels sweet and I just kept draining them.



    Only question is that when I was trying to hide the red dot it looked as if I could see the face of the putter when looking down. That correct?



    Wait.. One more question. What would the head weight be for a 34" Corona Del Mar X3?




    Head weight is 360 grams. Loft of the putter head is 2.5 (standard) - might see a bit of the face but it will always be squared to your intended target line.
  • OspreyCIOspreyCI Advanced Members Posts: 4,697 ✭✭

    OspreyCI wrote:


    I am back here to say that the Seemore gots lots of love today from me at Golfsmith and PGA SS. The Scotty is going bye bye after demoing a Seemore Corona Del Mar X3. Man that thing feels sweet and I just kept draining them.



    Only question is that when I was trying to hide the red dot it looked as if I could see the face of the putter when looking down. That correct?



    Wait.. One more question. What would the head weight be for a 34" Corona Del Mar X3?




    Head weight is 360 grams. Loft of the putter head is 2.5 (standard) - might see a bit of the face but it will always be squared to your intended target line.


    Thanks for the reply. Dumb question here, adding a Rosemark 1.52 grip won't change the head weight feel too much from the stock grip I demo'd?
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    OspreyCI wrote:


    OspreyCI wrote:


    I am back here to say that the Seemore gots lots of love today from me at Golfsmith and PGA SS. The Scotty is going bye bye after demoing a Seemore Corona Del Mar X3. Man that thing feels sweet and I just kept draining them.



    Only question is that when I was trying to hide the red dot it looked as if I could see the face of the putter when looking down. That correct?



    Wait.. One more question. What would the head weight be for a 34" Corona Del Mar X3?




    Head weight is 360 grams. Loft of the putter head is 2.5 (standard) - might see a bit of the face but it will always be squared to your intended target line.


    Thanks for the reply. Dumb question here, adding a Rosemark 1.52 grip won't change the head weight feel too much from the stock grip I demo'd?


    The rosemark 1.52 is 57 grams - what was the grip that you demo'd (not a dumb question - always happy to help)
  • OspreyCIOspreyCI Advanced Members Posts: 4,697 ✭✭

    OspreyCI wrote:


    OspreyCI wrote:


    I am back here to say that the Seemore gots lots of love today from me at Golfsmith and PGA SS. The Scotty is going bye bye after demoing a Seemore Corona Del Mar X3. Man that thing feels sweet and I just kept draining them.



    Only question is that when I was trying to hide the red dot it looked as if I could see the face of the putter when looking down. That correct?



    Wait.. One more question. What would the head weight be for a 34" Corona Del Mar X3?




    Head weight is 360 grams. Loft of the putter head is 2.5 (standard) - might see a bit of the face but it will always be squared to your intended target line.


    Thanks for the reply. Dumb question here, adding a Rosemark 1.52 grip won't change the head weight feel too much from the stock grip I demo'd?


    The rosemark 1.52 is 57 grams - what was the grip that you demo'd (not a dumb question - always happy to help)


    Just a black grip that had SEEMORE on it.
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    OspreyCI wrote:


    OspreyCI wrote:


    OspreyCI wrote:


    I am back here to say that the Seemore gots lots of love today from me at Golfsmith and PGA SS. The Scotty is going bye bye after demoing a Seemore Corona Del Mar X3. Man that thing feels sweet and I just kept draining them.



    Only question is that when I was trying to hide the red dot it looked as if I could see the face of the putter when looking down. That correct?



    Wait.. One more question. What would the head weight be for a 34" Corona Del Mar X3?




    Head weight is 360 grams. Loft of the putter head is 2.5 (standard) - might see a bit of the face but it will always be squared to your intended target line.


    Thanks for the reply. Dumb question here, adding a Rosemark 1.52 grip won't change the head weight feel too much from the stock grip I demo'd?


    The rosemark 1.52 is 57 grams - what was the grip that you demo'd (not a dumb question - always happy to help)


    Just a black grip that had SEEMORE on it.




    With a rosemark you the swing weight will increase by 2-3 swing weight points. Will make it feel a little heavier.
  • OspreyCIOspreyCI Advanced Members Posts: 4,697 ✭✭
    Thanks for the help. Appreciate that you guys are on here.
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  • mcc0819mcc0819 Advanced Members Posts: 569 ✭✭
    chuckgt3 wrote:


    Most responsive company in the business. Quality all the way!




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  • kess13kess13 So I just put the ball in the hole... Advanced Members Posts: 1,272 ✭✭
    4th round with a my CS mFGP with the salty cork grip. Best I've ever putted hands down. Still too soon to marry but the engagement is out of this world.

    I liked it with the triangular pistol golf pride but, at least for me, I completely buy in to these putters hitting their stride with the larger non tapered grips. Just wonderful.
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  • MobMob Just Another Lefty Advanced Members Posts: 3,436 ✭✭
    Just completed my 4th round with the Seemore Z3c center shafted putter, and I am impressed. I am clearly putting better on putts that are 3-10 feet. It is much easier to line this putter up, than any other putter I have played. I think that the rifle site, the straight shaft with no offset, and the site lines on the putter all make it easier to line up square every time. The carbon head feels incredibly good, when you hit the sweet spot. There is a slightly harder feel when you miss the sweet spot, which is nice feedback. My playing partners all agree that this putter is a definite improvement for me, from a performance standpoint. It has grabbed the starting point in my bag for the moment, and we will see if it can hold onto it. Pretty good looking putter by the way.
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  • Lefty431Lefty431 Advanced Members Posts: 1,061 ✭✭
    edited July 2016
    Mob wrote:


    Just completed my 4th round with the Seemore Z3c center shafted putter, and I am impressed. I am clearly putting better on putts that are 3-10 feet. It is much easier to line this putter up, than any other putter I have played. I think that the rifle site, the straight shaft with no offset, and the site lines on the putter all make it easier to line up square every time. The carbon head feels incredibly good, when you hit the sweet spot. There is a slightly harder feel when you miss the sweet spot, which is nice feedback. My playing partners all agree that this putter is a definite improvement for me, from a performance standpoint. It has grabbed the starting point in my bag for the moment, and we will see if it can hold onto it. Pretty good looking putter by the way.




    I do agree about the alighnment factor! I usually play a #9 style putter and have for years (currently a method mod 60).. Recently picked up a seemore Mfgp and the rst definitely makes me feel like it's much easier to line up! Only practiced with it so far, can't wait to put it in play! Maybe it'll be the factor to shave those last few strokes to 72!!
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  • maxfli985maxfli985 Advanced Members Posts: 1,237
    first round w/ the Seemore Giant M1t and I couldn't be happier. I hit the ball above average but putted lights out (aside from one bad short putt, dang it). 27 putts en route to my first under par round (71) from our tips in awhile. Hopefully more to come!
  • SanzabarSanzabar Advanced Members Posts: 1,253 ✭✭
    Can anyone comment on the feel of the PTM?



    I have previously had the milled versions, FGP's, X3, but never had the PTM. Really looking at the PTM3, but was hoping someone could comment on the feel and a good comparison.
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  • msd71msd71 Advanced Members Posts: 703 ✭✭
    I am experimenting with a new Original FGP with a Rosemark grip. Mixed feelings so far. I love the alignment - short ones are much easier now. However, why is this putter designed with so little MOI? You better be right on the sweet spot with this stick. (Is is to preserve the face balance at 70*?) Also, as good as the Rosemark feels when dry, in the heat it gets as slippery as a wet octopus. Not sure I can keep this grip.
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    msd71 wrote:


    I am experimenting with a new Original FGP with a Rosemark grip. Mixed feelings so far. I love the alignment - short ones are much easier now. However, why is this putter designed with so little MOI? You better be right on the sweet spot with this stick. (Is is to preserve the face balance at 70*?) Also, as good as the Rosemark feels when dry, in the heat it gets as slippery as a wet octopus. Not sure I can keep this grip.




    msd71 - thanks for your post. Would like to add that the FGP is designed to be face balanced at impact. Meaning that the face wants to return to square without any manipulation. Most players use their hands to manipulate the face back to square. With the added benefit of the rosemark grip that gives you tension free putting - you have a fantastic putter. One drill that might help you the next time you are on the practicing putting green is to take your set-up and trust your alignment then close your eyes. Make 7-8 putts with your eyes close. Notice how comfortable your stroke becomes. You have trust in your stroke and at the same time putter head that wants to return to square and grip that gives you less tension. Thanks for being a part of team SeeMore and appreciate your feedback as well.
  • OspreyCIOspreyCI Advanced Members Posts: 4,697 ✭✭
    Funny how I started this thread 4 months ago and now I finally have a Seemore. I didn't buy into it at first, even after seeing all those putts fall, bought a Scotty Cameron, sold that, and now FINALLY have a Seemore. Can't wait to game it.
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  • msd71msd71 Advanced Members Posts: 703 ✭✭

    msd71 wrote:


    I am experimenting with a new Original FGP with a Rosemark grip. Mixed feelings so far. I love the alignment - short ones are much easier now. However, why is this putter designed with so little MOI? You better be right on the sweet spot with this stick. (Is is to preserve the face balance at 70*?) Also, as good as the Rosemark feels when dry, in the heat it gets as slippery as a wet octopus. Not sure I can keep this grip.




    msd71 - thanks for your post. Would like to add that the FGP is designed to be face balanced at impact. Meaning that the face wants to return to square without any manipulation. Most players use their hands to manipulate the face back to square. With the added benefit of the rosemark grip that gives you tension free putting - you have a fantastic putter. One drill that might help you the next time you are on the practicing putting green is to take your set-up and trust your alignment then close your eyes. Make 7-8 putts with your eyes close. Notice how comfortable your stroke becomes. You have trust in your stroke and at the same time putter head that wants to return to square and grip that gives you less tension. Thanks for being a part of team SeeMore and appreciate your feedback as well.




    I had a nice round with this putter yesterday. Confidence on the 4-6 footers is way up. To follow up about the MOI, refer to the two pictures below. For the FGP, there is pretty much no perimeter weighting, whereas there is for the other model (z2c I think). Are they both face balanced at impact? If so, why so little perimeter weighting in the FGP?



    If I wanted to add 10g to my FGP, would adding 5g at each of the heel and toe extremes preserve the proper balance?



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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    OspreyCI wrote:


    Funny how I started this thread 4 months ago and now I finally have a Seemore. I didn't buy into it at first, even after seeing all those putts fall, bought a Scotty Cameron, sold that, and now FINALLY have a Seemore. Can't wait to game it.




    Awesome! Always happy to help.
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