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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    msd71 wrote:


    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?



    1035753-aaa.jpgz2c-best.jpg




    You can add weight in the back cavity on either side of the weight block on the FGP an you will be find. As far as perimeter weighting the z2c will have more than the FGP. They are both face balanced at impact. The FGP is like the old bullseye head. FGP head designed back in the 90s. This head still works after all these years. Improved technology with weighting and material with z2c. If you would like more perimeter weighting than these two and still have a face balanced at impact putter - take a look at z3c or even the mini Giant. Thanks.
  • ac49801ac49801 Advanced Members Posts: 158 ✭✭

    msd71 wrote:


    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?



    1035753-aaa.jpgz2c-best.jpg




    You can add weight in the back cavity on either side of the weight block on the FGP an you will be find. As far as perimeter weighting the z2c will have more than the FGP. They are both face balanced at impact. The FGP is like the old bullseye head. FGP head designed back in the 90s. This head still works after all these years. Improved technology with weighting and material with z2c. If you would like more perimeter weighting than these two and still have a face balanced at impact putter - take a look at z3c or even the mini Giant. Thanks.




    I love my z3c. Great putter!
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    ac49801 wrote:


    msd71 wrote:


    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?



    1035753-aaa.jpgz2c-best.jpg




    You can add weight in the back cavity on either side of the weight block on the FGP an you will be find. As far as perimeter weighting the z2c will have more than the FGP. They are both face balanced at impact. The FGP is like the old bullseye head. FGP head designed back in the 90s. This head still works after all these years. Improved technology with weighting and material with z2c. If you would like more perimeter weighting than these two and still have a face balanced at impact putter - take a look at z3c or even the mini Giant. Thanks.




    I love my z3c. Great putter!




    Great feeling flatstick! Awesome.
  • ZBUCKZBUCK Ghost ClubWRX Charter Members Posts: 1,465 ClubWRX
    This season I've went through more putters than I thought I ever would. Started hot with a WHP #7, then decided to mess around with a WHP V-Line because I thought I'd like the shape a little more, but realized that I really like the sight line on the top, so went back to the WHP #7, then got my hands on a RSX #7 because I thought I'd like the smaller footprint but hated the single bend shaft. Realized a lot of my issues were alignment. Tried a Versa #1 Wide because I always liked the idea of the alignment system, but wasn't a fan of the head shape.



    Talked to my fitter and discussed the possibility of a center-shafted putter because I am left-eye dominant (had no idea), also never would have tried a CS without knowing this... So I got on the SAM and he gave me a few options of CS putters, one Scotty, one Odyssey, didn't fall in with either of them because they had no sight-line.



    Then he pulls out a SeeMore Si5...



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    Was this what I've been missing? This alignment system? This feel of the TPU insert? It must have been. The Si5 has everything I love in one putter, the head-shape, the sight lines, the half black half chrome shaft... everything.



    I've had a couple rounds with it and more than anything I have the confidence that I've been looking for... while all the other putters I've tried over the past few years have given me some unforgettable putts which have led to some great rounds - I've never been more excited to get to the green knowing that I feel like I can't miss with the SeeMore. Even the feel of the TPU insert and the way it gets the ball rolling is a thing of beauty. I never gave them a chance and I don't have a good reason for it, always thought the other brands had more to offer, but I was 110% wrong.



    Glad I tried it out and here's to trying to keep a putter in my bag for more than a season!
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  • ac49801ac49801 Advanced Members Posts: 158 ✭✭
    ZBUCK wrote:


    This season I've went through more putters than I thought I ever would. Started hot with a WHP #7, then decided to mess around with a WHP V-Line because I thought I'd like the shape a little more, but realized that I really like the sight line on the top, so went back to the WHP #7, then got my hands on a RSX #7 because I thought I'd like the smaller footprint but hated the single bend shaft. Realized a lot of my issues were alignment. Tried a Versa #1 Wide because I always liked the idea of the alignment system, but wasn't a fan of the head shape.



    Talked to my fitter and discussed the possibility of a center-shafted putter because I am left-eye dominant (had no idea), also never would have tried a CS without knowing this... So I got on the SAM and he gave me a few options of CS putters, one Scotty, one Odyssey, didn't fall in with either of them because they had no sight-line.



    Then he pulls out a SeeMore Si5...



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    Was this what I've been missing? This alignment system? This feel of the TPU insert? It must have been. The Si5 has everything I love in one putter, the head-shape, the sight lines, the half black half chrome shaft... everything.



    I've had a couple rounds with it and more than anything I have the confidence that I've been looking for... while all the other putters I've tried over the past few years have given me some unforgettable putts which have led to some great rounds - I've never been more excited to get to the green knowing that I feel like I can't miss with the SeeMore. Even the feel of the TPU insert and the way it gets the ball rolling is a thing of beauty. I never gave them a chance and I don't have a good reason for it, always thought the other brands had more to offer, but I was 110% wrong.



    Glad I tried it out and here's to trying to keep a putter in my bag for more than a season!




    Funny, my other putter.....Si5!
  • msd71msd71 Advanced Members Posts: 703 ✭✭
    Is the Nashville z2c available? There is no purchase button for that model on the website.
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    msd71 wrote:


    Is the Nashville z2c available? There is no purchase button for that model on the website.




    We have a few left - http://www.seemore.com/putters/seemore-nashville-studio-series.html
  • nicholasriehlnicholasriehl Nick R. Advanced Members Posts: 302 ✭✭
    I've tried the FGP, FGP Mallet, and Big FGP Nickel over the years. I really wanted to like these but couldn't get on with them. I've got a SBST swing and their marketing says with the face balanced at impact that it should work, buy I just couldn't get the feel. All had significant toe hang and I don't think that works for me.
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  • UGA111384UGA111384 Members Posts: 624
    I, like a few others on this thread, also love my Z3c. I picked it up from Zach Johnson as a model he was playing around with and never put into play but it is sweet. I've had it now for a few years and until yesterday nothing was able to beat it out (I just picked up an Evnroll putter but that's another thread). I will probably never sell this putter as I know that when I struggle the Z3c will always be my fall back. Great putter!!!
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    Looking forward to a GIANT weekend at The Travelers.



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  • SkhackerSkhacker The Minimalist Golfer Advanced Members Posts: 1,455 ✭✭
    How can I buy a Canada themed headcover for my db4?

    Thanks.
  • RH82RH82 Advanced Members Posts: 1,957 ✭✭
    I've tried the FGP, FGP Mallet, and Big FGP Nickel over the years. I really wanted to like these but couldn't get on with them. I've got a SBST swing and their marketing says with the face balanced at impact that it should work, buy I just couldn't get the feel. All had significant toe hang and I don't think that works for me.
    I agree. Loved the looks but I was all out of whack with one in my hands. I was thinking way too much.
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    Skhacker wrote:


    How can I buy a Canada themed headcover for my db4?

    Thanks.




    Sorry about this. Out of stock at this time. Do not know when they will return. However, will keep you posted if they do.
  • bigdriveandybigdriveandy Advanced Members Posts: 1,096 ✭✭
    Just extended my off the rack seemore giant fgp per the fitting recommendations on their website and i never would have thought to use a 36.5 inch putter but it's a dream come true for me! It needs to be bent a few degrees flat though. Is there any way to do this locally?
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    andersi wrote:


    Just extended my off the rack seemore giant fgp per the fitting recommendations on their website and i never would have thought to use a 36.5 inch putter but it's a dream come true for me! It needs to be bent a few degrees flat though. Is there any way to do this locally?




    Yes, if they have a putter loft and lie machine and a "z" bending bar. Have them give consistent pressure to bend a 1-2 degrees flat without "crimping" the shaft. If you have worries give us a call at 615-435-8015 and we can walk everyone through the process. Well done!! Keep up the great putting and appreciate the support.
  • aewonaewon Advanced Members Posts: 227 ✭✭
    Switched to my seemore original fgp this season and I'm putting better then ever.



    This putter have definitely taken my putting game to the next level, from worst to best club in the bag. Last year I had 30-31 putts/round very often and since the switch to my fgp I'm constantly around 27-29. Kudos to Seemore
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  • bigdriveandybigdriveandy Advanced Members Posts: 1,096 ✭✭

    andersi wrote:


    Just extended my off the rack seemore giant fgp per the fitting recommendations on their website and i never would have thought to use a 36.5 inch putter but it's a dream come true for me! It needs to be bent a few degrees flat though. Is there any way to do this locally?




    Yes, if they have a putter loft and lie machine and a "z" bending bar. Have them give consistent pressure to bend a 1-2 degrees flat without "crimping" the shaft. If you have worries give us a call at 615-435-8015 and we can walk everyone through the process. Well done!! Keep up the great putting and appreciate the support.




    Awesome customer service. Thanks for the reply.
  • bigdriveandybigdriveandy Advanced Members Posts: 1,096 ✭✭
    I take a lot of **** from my golfing buddies for using the Giant FGP, but since switching I make about 3-4 more putts per round... I take the heat, and their money!
  • SanzabarSanzabar Advanced Members Posts: 1,252 ✭✭
    SB2 w/ Stainless Steel face/insert is back in the bag.
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    andersi wrote:


    I take a lot of **** from my golfing buddies for using the Giant FGP, but since switching I make about 3-4 more putts per round... I take the heat, and their money!




    No worries! You have a huge following behind you! Appreciate the support!!
  • bu11dogbu11dog Advanced Members Posts: 1,403 ✭✭
    I love the fact that you guys have a deal with In His Grip.
  • JJuel5JJuel5 Advanced Members Posts: 122
    My roommate just got an FGP, and he putted amazing this last weekend. I, however, do not like that style of putter. So I am thinking I may need to try out a Corona Del Mar X4. More the style I like. Just need to see if I can find it some where local here in Lincoln.
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  • Altiman94Altiman94 Advanced Members Posts: 1,001
    I am still using the FGP 4 years later. I would like to roll the Giant FGP.
  • Lord HelmetLord Helmet Advanced Members Posts: 8,570 ✭✭
    Can anyone tell me about the si3? I'm a seemore fan, used one in the past....



    Was killing time at galaxy and was rolling this model in from all over the place.



    Thanks!
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  • JJuel5JJuel5 Advanced Members Posts: 122
    JJuel5 wrote:


    My roommate just got an FGP, and he putted amazing this last weekend. I, however, do not like that style of putter. So I am thinking I may need to try out a Corona Del Mar X4. More the style I like. Just need to see if I can find it some where local here in Lincoln.




    Well found one pretty cheap on the bay and couldn't pass it up! Can't wait to give this bad boy a shot!
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  • Golfjohnson88Golfjohnson88 Members Posts: 35
    Skhacker wrote:


    I play a DB4 black carbon. It's a fantastic putter. A blue collar 009.


    Love this. Blacked out!
  • Mi-GolferMi-Golfer Advanced Members Posts: 410 ✭✭
    Ive got a Z3c coming and I'm currently using a mfgp2 has anyone putted with both and what are the differences?
  • jrm715jrm715 Advanced Members Posts: 86
    Been gaming a Seemore MONEY mallet putter. Super stroke 1.3

    Wonderful roll off that face. Using the heavy weight in the head. Never tried the lighter weight in it. Rolls pure
  • Hatchmanss76Hatchmanss76 Advanced Members Posts: 107
    Can anyone tell me about the si3? I'm a seemore fan, used one in the past....



    Was killing time at galaxy and was rolling this model in from all over the place.



    Thanks!




    Yep, great putter.

    I've been gaming one for 3 1/2 years and have no thoughts about changing or using anything else. I bought a spare in case something bad happens to the gamer.

  • mcc0819mcc0819 Advanced Members Posts: 568 ✭✭


    Can anyone tell me about the si3? I'm a seemore fan, used one in the past....



    Was killing time at galaxy and was rolling this model in from all over the place.



    Thanks!




    I haven't experienced the Si3 but i do game an Si5. Best putter i've ever had in the bag. Most consistent from a feel standpoint. Distance control is spot on as well. You can't go wrong with any Seemore though.
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  • Lord HelmetLord Helmet Advanced Members Posts: 8,570 ✭✭
    mcuba wrote:



    Can anyone tell me about the si3? I'm a seemore fan, used one in the past....



    Was killing time at galaxy and was rolling this model in from all over the place.



    Thanks!




    I haven't experienced the Si3 but i do game an Si5. Best putter i've ever had in the bag. Most consistent from a feel standpoint. Distance control is spot on as well. You can't go wrong with any Seemore though.




    I was rolling that one too. Nice putter.
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭

    mcuba wrote:



    Can anyone tell me about the si3? I'm a seemore fan, used one in the past....



    Was killing time at galaxy and was rolling this model in from all over the place.



    Thanks!




    I haven't experienced the Si3 but i do game an Si5. Best putter i've ever had in the bag. Most consistent from a feel standpoint. Distance control is spot on as well. You can't go wrong with any Seemore though.




    I was rolling that one too. Nice putter.




    si3 has a TPU insert. soft feeling putter but not as soft as a milled putter head. Great price point for the feel and sound someone might be looking for. Happy to help more - send a note to [email protected]
  • Lord HelmetLord Helmet Advanced Members Posts: 8,570 ✭✭


    mcuba wrote:



    Can anyone tell me about the si3? I'm a seemore fan, used one in the past....



    Was killing time at galaxy and was rolling this model in from all over the place.



    Thanks!




    I haven't experienced the Si3 but i do game an Si5. Best putter i've ever had in the bag. Most consistent from a feel standpoint. Distance control is spot on as well. You can't go wrong with any Seemore though.




    I was rolling that one too. Nice putter.




    si3 has a TPU insert. soft feeling putter but not as soft as a milled putter head. Great price point for the feel and sound someone might be looking for. Happy to help more - send a note to [email protected]




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  • BTrinityBTrinity Members Posts: 11
    Putting is the weakest part of my game. I tried the seemore line at golfsmith a few weeks ago and couldnt believe how well I putted with it. I actually putted well with my putter after using the seemore (as if it was a training aid). I ended up ordering Fgp mallet counterbalanced with custom length/lie through seemore. Customer service was great. I couldn't get through right away and they emailed and called me back same day. Only downside is that I ordered it on the 28th and it still hasn't shipped. Can't wait for it to get here!
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  • Lord HelmetLord Helmet Advanced Members Posts: 8,570 ✭✭
    FGP mallet is backordered right?
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  • BTrinityBTrinity Members Posts: 11


    FGP mallet is backordered right?




    It wasn't backordered when I ordered it. They told me that it's taking longer because im getting it stamped. Not complaining just anxious lol.
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  • Lord HelmetLord Helmet Advanced Members Posts: 8,570 ✭✭
    BTrinity wrote:



    FGP mallet is backordered right?




    It wasn't backordered when I ordered it. They told me that it's taking longer because im getting it stamped. Not complaining just anxious lol.




    Gotcha! Be here before you know it! G luck!
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  • PingPonchoPingPoncho PingPoncho Advanced Members Posts: 1,363 ✭✭
    I just bought the counter balanced Seemore Giant M1T. 400 gm head with 3.0 SuperStroke Grip.

    Awesome putter!
  • UnderPar18UnderPar18 Previously Ecsugolf1 Advanced Members Posts: 5,598 ✭✭
    I really wish Seemore would offer the Z1C in left handed. Only thing preventing me in owning one is the fact the z2c and z3c in lefty are just plain funky.
  • bigdriveandybigdriveandy Advanced Members Posts: 1,096 ✭✭
    PingPoncho wrote:


    I just bought the counter balanced Seemore Giant M1T. 400 gm head with 3.0 SuperStroke Grip.

    Awesome putter!




    Jealous...I could only find a good deal on the GIANT so I opted for that. the M1T seems like the absolutely perfect size head.
  • RH82RH82 Advanced Members Posts: 1,957 ✭✭
    Does anyone prefer the mFGP over the mFGP2 or vice versa?
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  • Lord HelmetLord Helmet Advanced Members Posts: 8,570 ✭✭
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  • OspreyCIOspreyCI Advanced Members Posts: 4,693 ✭✭
    Why does it feel like I have to lean the shaft back to hide the red dot on my Corona Del Mar X3?



    Also, can't use my normal forward press to start the stroke or the red dot appears.
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  • db2db2 Advanced Members Posts: 228
    edited August 2016
    Your nose, belly button, hands, clubshaft, and clubhead need to be in-line from the front view in order to hide the red dot without having your hands behind the ball. Your left wrist will be bent. As someone who forward presses you're used to reducing the amount of left wrist bend in order to trigger the stroke, so this will be an adjustment for you. Or, you can use the RST to set up, and keep your forward press. You'll still have the benefit of a consistent setup and a clubface which wants to be square at impact.



    If you feel that you have to lean the clubshaft back to hide the red dot, then you're used to playing the ball more forward in your stance or having less bend in your left wrist at address, or your head is forward of the middle of your stance, or a combination of these issues. You should practice your setup in a mirror, if you have one.



    It's okay if the red dot appears in the stroke. For a longer stroke it will appear, unless you rotate/swivel your head so that your nose is in-line with the clubshaft from your perspective. Even though you might be able to see the red dot, the clubface will still likely be square to the arc of the clubhead, unless you manipulate your hands. If you keep your head still and follow the clubhead with your eyes, then you will see the red dot unless you manipulate your hands by closing the clubface to the arc in the backstroke, and opening it during the downstroke. This is the kind of hand manipulation you need to use to keep the clubface square (the straight back, straight through stroke) to the plane line/target line when you swing on an inclined plane. The clubhead still travels on an arc, but the clubface stays square to the target line. That said, I wouldn't do it. Hand manipulation is just one more thing that could go wrong with the stroke.
  • OspreyCIOspreyCI Advanced Members Posts: 4,693 ✭✭
    db2 wrote:


    Your nose, belly button, hands, clubshaft, and clubhead need to be in-line from the front view in order to hide the red dot without having your hands behind the ball. Your left wrist will be bent. As someone who forward presses you're used to reducing the amount of left wrist bend in order to trigger the stroke, so this will be an adjustment for you. Or, you can use the RST to set up, and keep your forward press. You'll still have the benefit of a consistent setup and a clubface which wants to be square at impact.



    If you feel that you have to lean the clubshaft back to hide the red dot, then you're used to playing the ball more forward in your stance or having less bend in your left wrist at address, or your head is forward of the middle of your stance, or a combination of these issues. You should practice your setup in a mirror, if you have one.



    It's okay if the red dot appears in the stroke. For a longer stroke it will appear, unless you rotate/swivel your head so that your nose is in-line with the clubshaft from your perspective. Even though you might be able to see the red dot, the clubface will still likely be square to the arc of the clubhead, unless you manipulate your hands. If you keep your head still and follow the clubhead with your eyes, then you will see the red dot unless you manipulate your hands by closing the clubface to the arc in the backstroke, and opening it during the downstroke. This is the kind of hand manipulation you need to use to keep the clubface square to the plane line/target line; i.e. to perform a true straight back, straight through stroke. But I wouldn't do it. Hand manipulation is just one more thing that could go wrong with the stroke.


    Thanks for the help. I am going to go grab it and check in a mirror. I have watched the Seemore RST video and was still struggling a bit. I will check my setup in a mirror. Thanks.
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  • tanker44tanker44 Advanced Members Posts: 238
    edited August 2016
    I once carried a Seemore FGP original but eventually renamed it the 'Missmore'. I am left eye dominant and like the center shafted look but don't like the red dot alignment thing. I ended up following the putter back with my eyes rather than focusing on the ball, my balance and the actual stroke.
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  • db2db2 Advanced Members Posts: 228
    Following the clubhead with your eyes while trying to keep the red dot hidden is asking for trouble--as you learned.



    The RST process/"Hiding The Red Dot" is about having a consistent, repeatable setup, more so than perfecting the relationship between clubface motion and clubhead path. You can use it for that while practicing, but you have to make sure that your head swivels so that your staring straight down the shaft.



    The clubhead path and the clubface's position relative to that path are a function of the (centered) shaft position in the head, as well as the distribution of mass within the head. It is these properties--not the RST process--that produces a balanced face at impact.



    Bottomline: use the RST to setup and then let the club do the rest of the work.
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 603 ✭✭
    db2 wrote:


    Following the clubhead with your eyes while trying to keep the red dot hidden is asking for trouble--as you learned.



    The RST process/"Hiding The Red Dot" is about having a consistent, repeatable setup, more so than perfecting the relationship between clubface motion and clubhead path. You can use it for that while practicing, but you have to make sure that your head swivels so that your staring straight down the shaft.



    The clubhead path and the clubface's position relative to that path are a function of the (centered) shaft position in the head, as well as the distribution of mass within the head. It is these properties--not the RST process--that produces a balanced face at impact.



    Bottomline: use the RST to setup and then let the club do the rest of the work.




    Thanks DB2. Think about the RST like you do when driving a car on the interstate/highway. You focus staying in your lane and in between the white lines but you do not "watch" the white lines while driving. You just know they are there. Like DB2 said use the RST for setup and then just make the putt. Concentrate on a nice solid stroke. Always happy to help. Thanks again.
  • Lord HelmetLord Helmet Advanced Members Posts: 8,570 ✭✭
    tanker44 wrote:


    I once carried a Seemore FGP original but eventually renamed it the 'Missmore'. I am left eye dominant and like the center shafted look but don't like the red dot alignment thing. I ended up following the putter back with my eyes rather than focusing on the ball, my balance and the actual stroke.




    You are blaming yourself here right? Not the putter. Do you follow your driver head back as you swing?
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  • MobMob Just Another Lefty Advanced Members Posts: 3,436
    UnderPar18 wrote:


    I really wish Seemore would offer the Z1C in left handed. Only thing preventing me in owning one is the fact the z2c and z3c in lefty are just plain funky.




    As a fellow lefty, I felt the same way. I bought the Z3c and have been very happy with it. The "funky" look has grown on me by the way. I wouldn't let this stop you. As a lefty you know that you can't hold your breath hoping for a company to make a lefty club because you want it; it never works out.
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