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  • Bob9604Bob9604 Advanced Members Posts: 270
    Just bought my first see more Saturday. Can't wait to get it in the course! I still need to buy a head over for it.
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    Bob9604 wrote:


    Just bought my first see more Saturday. Can't wait to get it in the course! I still need to buy a head over for it.




    Congrats! Welcome to team SeeMore.
  • Bob9604Bob9604 Advanced Members Posts: 270

    Bob9604 wrote:


    Just bought my first see more Saturday. Can't wait to get it in the course! I still need to buy a head over for it.




    Congrats! Welcome to team SeeMore.




    Used it on the course for the first time last night. LOVED IT! Can't wait to get back out tonight.
  • milomdhmilomdh Members Posts: 21
    just bought mini giant stealth deep flange just amazing
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    milomdh wrote:


    just bought mini giant stealth deep flange just amazing




    Very cool. Great looking putter. Nice pick up.
  • SanzabarSanzabar Advanced Members Posts: 1,251 ✭✭
    My goodness.. I so miss my M1 Private Reserve.
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  • msd71msd71 Advanced Members Posts: 703 ✭✭
    Anyone know if the copper-colored Seemores develop a patina over time?
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    msd71 wrote:


    Anyone know if the copper-colored Seemores develop a patina over time?




    It should not. Give us a call or email if you have any other questions. Thanks. 615-435-8015 ([email protected]).
  • cocolamb22cocolamb22 Advanced Members Posts: 207
    I’ve wanted to jump in all Seemore. I love the idea and concept of the putters, plus rooting for the little guy in the market. I’ve got an FGP original and FGP 2 Original. Despite this, I feel like the sweet spot is almost non-existent and the putters feel harsh. I’ve tried every grip under the sun and just could not get comfortable with the feel. Has anyone else experienced this and find something that worked?



    I appreciate any insight. I still love Seemore even though I can’t play them!
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  • msd71msd71 Advanced Members Posts: 703 ✭✭
    cocolamb22 wrote:


    I’ve wanted to jump in all Seemore. I love the idea and concept of the putters, plus rooting for the little guy in the market. I’ve got an FGP original and FGP 2 Original. Despite this, I feel like the sweet spot is almost non-existent and the putters feel harsh. I’ve tried every grip under the sun and just could not get comfortable with the feel. Has anyone else experienced this and find something that worked?



    I appreciate any insight. I still love Seemore even though I can’t play them!




    I've got a new Tri mallet that seems to be much more forgiving than the fgp original. If you're ok with the shape, I think you will notice a difference.
  • tucsonseantucsonsean tucsonsean Advanced Members Posts: 88
    edited September 2018
    cocolamb22 wrote:


    I've wanted to jump in all Seemore. I love the idea and concept of the putters, plus rooting for the little guy in the market. I've got an FGP original and FGP 2 Original. Despite this, I feel like the sweet spot is almost non-existent and the putters feel harsh. I've tried every grip under the sun and just could not get comfortable with the feel. Has anyone else experienced this and find something that worked?



    I appreciate any insight. I still love Seemore even though I can't play them!




    I game an original FGP2 (a holiday present from my wife a couple of Xmases ago). This model is a little harsher than the fully milled models, but I prefer it since I game a pretty soft ball. The two seem to balance out. I love the SeeMore, but I agree that they're not the most forgiving--if you don't take advantage of the technology they offer. All putters have a sweet spot (even Bullseyes, though it's infinitesimal}. The secret to the SeeMore is the set-up and the swing-balance. Just trust the system, and I guarantee you'll make more putts! (BTW, there are a lot of videos on YouTube that demonstrate the SeeMore method.)
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    tucsonsean wrote:

    cocolamb22 wrote:


    I've wanted to jump in all Seemore. I love the idea and concept of the putters, plus rooting for the little guy in the market. I've got an FGP original and FGP 2 Original. Despite this, I feel like the sweet spot is almost non-existent and the putters feel harsh. I've tried every grip under the sun and just could not get comfortable with the feel. Has anyone else experienced this and find something that worked?



    I appreciate any insight. I still love Seemore even though I can't play them!




    I game an original FGP2 (a holiday present from my wife a couple of Xmases ago). This model is a little harsher than the fully milled models, but I prefer it since I game a pretty soft ball. The two seem to balance out. I love the SeeMore, but I agree that they're not the most forgiving--if you don't take advantage of the technology they offer. All putters have a sweet spot (even Bullseyes, though it's infinitesimal}. The secret to the SeeMore is the set-up and the swing-balance. Just trust the system, and I guarantee you'll make more putts! (BTW, there are a lot of videos on YouTube that demonstrate the SeeMore method.)




    cocolamb22 - send us a note at [email protected] and more than happy to help. We can walk you through your questions and give you some more information that might help. Thanks again.
  • cocolamb22cocolamb22 Advanced Members Posts: 207

    tucsonsean wrote:

    cocolamb22 wrote:


    I've wanted to jump in all Seemore. I love the idea and concept of the putters, plus rooting for the little guy in the market. I've got an FGP original and FGP 2 Original. Despite this, I feel like the sweet spot is almost non-existent and the putters feel harsh. I've tried every grip under the sun and just could not get comfortable with the feel. Has anyone else experienced this and find something that worked?



    I appreciate any insight. I still love Seemore even though I can't play them!




    I game an original FGP2 (a holiday present from my wife a couple of Xmases ago). This model is a little harsher than the fully milled models, but I prefer it since I game a pretty soft ball. The two seem to balance out. I love the SeeMore, but I agree that they're not the most forgiving--if you don't take advantage of the technology they offer. All putters have a sweet spot (even Bullseyes, though it's infinitesimal}. The secret to the SeeMore is the set-up and the swing-balance. Just trust the system, and I guarantee you'll make more putts! (BTW, there are a lot of videos on YouTube that demonstrate the SeeMore method.)




    cocolamb22 - send us a note at [email protected] and more than happy to help. We can walk you through your questions and give you some more information that might help. Thanks again.




    Thanks guys. No questions. I gamed my FGP off and on for the last 7 years. Like I said, I keep wanting to ride the seemore train but I can’t get over the feel. If my pro shop ever gets an account with seemore, I’ll probably venture and get a Z3C with shop credit, but I won’t pay out of pocket for one. Again, absolutely ZERO hating on seemore, love the brand and love the tech. I’m very familiar with the method. I’ve see all of Pat O’brien’s vids, and myself and a teammate both used FGP’s in college. I’m right handed but left-eye dominant and little to no offset are the only putters I can use and that’s a bigger reason why seemores are so appealing to me, so hopefully I’ll find my golden goose soon and get back on the train!
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    cocolamb22 wrote:


    tucsonsean wrote:

    cocolamb22 wrote:


    I've wanted to jump in all Seemore. I love the idea and concept of the putters, plus rooting for the little guy in the market. I've got an FGP original and FGP 2 Original. Despite this, I feel like the sweet spot is almost non-existent and the putters feel harsh. I've tried every grip under the sun and just could not get comfortable with the feel. Has anyone else experienced this and find something that worked?



    I appreciate any insight. I still love Seemore even though I can't play them!




    I game an original FGP2 (a holiday present from my wife a couple of Xmases ago). This model is a little harsher than the fully milled models, but I prefer it since I game a pretty soft ball. The two seem to balance out. I love the SeeMore, but I agree that they're not the most forgiving--if you don't take advantage of the technology they offer. All putters have a sweet spot (even Bullseyes, though it's infinitesimal}. The secret to the SeeMore is the set-up and the swing-balance. Just trust the system, and I guarantee you'll make more putts! (BTW, there are a lot of videos on YouTube that demonstrate the SeeMore method.)




    cocolamb22 - send us a note at [email protected] and more than happy to help. We can walk you through your questions and give you some more information that might help. Thanks again.




    Thanks guys. No questions. I gamed my FGP off and on for the last 7 years. Like I said, I keep wanting to ride the seemore train but I can't get over the feel. If my pro shop ever gets an account with seemore, I'll probably venture and get a Z3C with shop credit, but I won't pay out of pocket for one. Again, absolutely ZERO hating on seemore, love the brand and love the tech. I'm very familiar with the method. I've see all of Pat O'brien's vids, and myself and a teammate both used FGP's in college. I'm right handed but left-eye dominant and little to no offset are the only putters I can use and that's a bigger reason why seemores are so appealing to me, so hopefully I'll find my golden goose soon and get back on the train!




    Sounds great! Door is always open. Have a great week.
  • carreracarrera Advanced Members Posts: 2,523 ✭✭
    Can anyone recommend a Seemore fitter in the Bay Area? The website lists all the basic retail stores in my area (East Bay), but looking for a good fitter and not necessarily just a store. Thanks.
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    carrera wrote:


    Can anyone recommend a Seemore fitter in the Bay Area? The website lists all the basic retail stores in my area (East Bay), but looking for a good fitter and not necessarily just a store. Thanks.




    Steve is very good. [email protected] - The Bridges Golf Club





    Steve Watanabe, Jr.26.5 miles


    9000 South Gale Ridge Road San Ramon, CA 94582 USA 925-735-9316
  • Fairways to HeavenFairways to Heaven Advanced Members Posts: 100 ✭✭

    Bob9604 wrote:


    Just bought my first see more Saturday. Can't wait to get it in the course! I still need to buy a head over for it.




    Congrats! Welcome to team SeeMore.




    Just bought my first Seemore Putter today - FGP Milled SS303. Looking forward to getting it out on the course.
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭


    Bob9604 wrote:


    Just bought my first see more Saturday. Can't wait to get it in the course! I still need to buy a head over for it.




    Congrats! Welcome to team SeeMore.




    Just bought my first Seemore Putter today - FGP Milled SS303. Looking forward to getting it out on the course.




    Fantastic! Welcome to Team SeeMore. Always happy to help. Contact us anytime. SeeMore.com
  • KRW59KRW59 Hoarder Advanced Members Posts: 800 ✭✭
    My SeeMore DB-4x from 2011...carbon steel , 350 gram , plumbers neck , RST2 alignment , lightly milled face , 3:30 toe hang , mid mallet , beauty.....
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    TEE EX9 25* / Attas 4U 7-X
    I have added about 10 grams of weight to all the fwy / hybrid
    shafts , using Sensicore inserts wrapped with lead tape.

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  • CwingCwing Advanced Members Posts: 7,963 ✭✭
    Still loving my Seemore’s. Si3 and si5. The 5 is my gamer.
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  • SanzabarSanzabar Advanced Members Posts: 1,251 ✭✭
    Guys.. I am on the hunt.. I want to find a M1 Private Reserve Platinum M1 with copper insert!
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    KRW59 wrote:


    My SeeMore DB-4x from 2011...carbon steel , 350 gram , plumbers neck , RST2 alignment , lightly milled face , 3:30 toe hang , mid mallet , beauty.....




    cool pics!
  • KRW59KRW59 Hoarder Advanced Members Posts: 800 ✭✭

    KRW59 wrote:


    My SeeMore DB-4x from 2011...carbon steel , 350 gram , plumbers neck , RST2 alignment , lightly milled face , 3:30 toe hang , mid mallet , beauty.....




    cool pics!




    Thanks....cool putter , bad pictures...

    My way of "educating " the masses , that think of SeeMore as a center shaft

    only manufacturer. You also made some very high quality milled putters with

    off set shafts in the DB-4 and Z series ....
    Cobra King F8 10.5* / Fuji Diamond Speeder 5-SR
    TEE EX10 Beta 16.5* / Fuji Platinum Speeder 5-SR
    TEE EX10 19* / Fuji Platinum Speeder 6-S
    TEE EX9 22* / Attas 4U 7-S.
    TEE EX9 25* / Attas 4U 7-X
    I have added about 10 grams of weight to all the fwy / hybrid
    shafts , using Sensicore inserts wrapped with lead tape.

    Cobra Forged Tec Black / 28* 6 iron thru 49.5* GW / 4.5* gapping
    Recoil 780 Es Smac wrap F3 / GW shaft internally weighted to 95 grams

    King Black Wedges / 54* versatile/ Recoil 95 F3 shaft weighted to 110 grams
    58* versatile / Recoil 110 F4 shaft weighted to 125 grams ( heat shrink tube )

    Piretti Savona 2 Elite《Murdered》or 1/1 GSS High Toe Potenza II

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  • nsxguynsxguy FloridaAdvanced Members Posts: 4,842 ✭✭



    Bob9604 wrote:


    Just bought my first see more Saturday. Can't wait to get it in the course! I still need to buy a head over for it.




    Congrats! Welcome to team SeeMore.




    Just bought my first Seemore Putter today - FGP Milled SS303. Looking forward to getting it out on the course.




    Fantastic! Welcome to Team SeeMore. Always happy to help. Contact us anytime. SeeMore.com




    Will anybody answer ? Via the site that is.
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  • fmzipfmzip Advanced Members Posts: 245
    nsxguy wrote:




    Bob9604 wrote:


    Just bought my first see more Saturday. Can't wait to get it in the course! I still need to buy a head over for it.




    Congrats! Welcome to team SeeMore.




    Just bought my first Seemore Putter today - FGP Milled SS303. Looking forward to getting it out on the course.




    Fantastic! Welcome to Team SeeMore. Always happy to help. Contact us anytime. SeeMore.com




    Will anybody answer ? Via the site that is.




    Did anyone ever reply to via the site for you? I emailed them and also left a message for them. Well over a week has passed, no answer from Seemore
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    Sorry but do not see the question above. Apologize if we missed it.
  • nsxguynsxguy FloridaAdvanced Members Posts: 4,842 ✭✭


    Sorry but do not see the question above. Apologize if we missed it.




    The questions seem to be "Why don't you answer the questions submitted VIA YOUR SITE ?
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    nsxguy wrote:



    Sorry but do not see the question above. Apologize if we missed it.




    The questions seem to be "Why don't you answer the questions submitted VIA YOUR SITE ?




    We switched servers and it might have been lost. Sorry about this. Do you mind resending your email at [email protected] and ask for Jim and Brandon? Again sorry for the inconvenience.
  • LaahhmmLaahhmm Members Posts: 2
    Just got a steal on a Nashville ONEss on the bay. Perfect length & lie and with a rosemark grip too! Really looking forward to testing it against my current scotty 2.6
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  • collindm1collindm1 Members Posts: 54
    Laahhmm wrote:


    Just got a steal on a Nashville ONEss on the bay. Perfect length & lie and with a rosemark grip too! Really looking forward to testing it against my current scotty 2.6




    let us know who wins out!
  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters Sponsors Posts: 602 ✭✭
    collindm1 wrote:

    Laahhmm wrote:


    Just got a steal on a Nashville ONEss on the bay. Perfect length & lie and with a rosemark grip too! Really looking forward to testing it against my current scotty 2.6




    let us know who wins out!




    Let us know! that ONEss is a gamer!!
  • dlaneriedlanerie Advanced Members Posts: 144
    Left eye dominant right hand player here, picked up a FGP original off of 2nd swing on a whim after some wrx research last night. Anxious to try, will be here in a few days.
  • jokerusnjokerusn nice shoes Northern NJClubWRX Charter Members Posts: 4,606 ClubWRX
    My son keeps trying to use my mfgp deep flange and I keep taking it away. I think I'm going to have to get him a seemore of his own.
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  • IrishGolfer14IrishGolfer14 Advanced Members Posts: 623 ✭✭
    Does anyone happen to know what the toe hang is on the PTM3, and how it compares in size to the Si5?
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  • MaximilianMaximilian Advanced Members Posts: 1,299 ✭✭


    Does anyone happen to know what the toe hang is on the PTM3, and how it compares in size to the Si5?


    It’s about 4:30, very similar to an Anser. Quite a bit smaller than the Si5.
  • evoviiiyouevoviiiyou evoviiiyou Advanced Members Posts: 1,959 ✭✭
    edited March 15
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