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  • rsd1244rsd1244  82WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 82
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    I have two of the milled seemore's, the sound and the feel off of the face is so good. Love them.
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  • granata10granata10 Michigan 517WRX Points: 121Members Posts: 517
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    I just ordered one and it will be here Tuesday. I can't wait to try it!! I ordered it directly through SeeMore, their customer service is excellent!
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  • RH82RH82 Alberta, Canada 2224WRX Points: 179Members Posts: 2,224
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    Had a brief stint with a mfgp and loved how it looked. It oozed quality but the putter was not for me. I was so out of sorts with one in my hand.
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  • bbfifasbbfifas  501WRX Points: 116Members Posts: 501
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    I have the seemore corona x2. My roll is much improved because I am not messing with stance and forward press variations. I need to remember to release putter head naturally and not manipulate follow through. I feel like I aim better with center shaft vs offset as well being left eye dom.
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters  649WRX Points: 109Sponsors Posts: 649
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    I figure I should post in the event that someone is on the fence about picking up a Seemore. Great first experience with mine.



    I swung by my local golf shop a couple of weeks ago to finish up a driver fitting. Afterwards I head over to the putters, and as luck would have it, a bunch of minty fresh Seemores. I had been eyeing an original FGP for a little while, so, it left with me. After only having the chance to carpet putt a bit, I took it out to my course today, for my first round of the year up here in Maine. Unfortunately, we got rained on and quit after 9, but not after a tidy little 34. Three birds, one bogey for a promising two under start my year. I've always been a forward press, heel shafted, Napa, 8802, #9, style guy, but with the FGP, I really focused on lining up, "hiding the dot", then pulling the trigger. Easy to aim, solid feel, consistent distance control, yadda yadda.



    I can't wait to get back out there and make some more putts.




    N2S - thanks for the post! Glad it is going well. Let us know if you have any other questions, Appreciate you being a part of the team!
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  • PGATourDrivenPGATourDriven  172WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 172
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    I just bought a 33.5 brass fgp from 2ndswing for $80 not sure if that's a good deal but I'll post a picture once I get it.
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    I just bought a 33.5 brass fgp from 2ndswing for $80 not sure if that's a good deal but I'll post a picture once I get it.




    Same putter that won the 1999 US Open (Pinehurst - Payne Stewart) - let us know how it goes.
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  • PGATourDrivenPGATourDriven  172WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 172
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    I was just on the seemore website and saw they have a SB 1 side saddle putter. I am interested in this putter and am wondering if anyone here has tried this putter before. I would get it at a 79 lie angle 50 inches long with the superstroke 17 inch grip. Any information is greatly appreciated.
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  • WilCoxWilCox  1548WRX Points: 111Members Posts: 1,548
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    Just picked up a SeeMore FGP, the original bronze version. I had one before and let it go... should've kept it. I looked back at my stats and my putting was better with the FGP than anything I've played since. Being a ho can be harmful to your game.
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  • MedsonMedson  2390WRX Points: 140Members Posts: 2,390
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    I bought and sold my share of SeeMore. I currently have a Giant, and will never let it go.
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  • skralyskraly  1605WRX Points: 169ClubWRX Posts: 1,605
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    Medson wrote:


    I bought and sold my share of SeeMore. I currently have a Giant, and will never let it go.


    I just ordered a Giant in my length and lie angle. Should be here next Tues. Really looking forward to it.
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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters  649WRX Points: 109Sponsors Posts: 649
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    skraly wrote:

    Medson wrote:


    I bought and sold my share of SeeMore. I currently have a Giant, and will never let it go.


    I just ordered a Giant in my length and lie angle. Should be here next Tues. Really looking forward to it.




    Let us know if you have any questions. Always happy to help! Have a great weekend. The giants are fantastic!!
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  • golfnmudd  golfnmudd golfnmudd  506WRX Points: 74Members Posts: 506
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    I started with a fgp, now I have a m1, in the market for a db4 or a corona x4 to add to the herd. I've never been much of a putter guy until I started using Seemore putters. Now I want one of everything they make lol
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    I started with a fgp, now I have a m1, in the market for a db4 or a corona x4 to add to the herd. I've never been much of a putter guy until I started using Seemore putters. Now I want one of everything they make lol




    golfnmudd - two great options there with the db4 and CDM x4. Let us know if you have any questions about these.
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  • UnderPar18UnderPar18 Previously Ecsugolf1  5818WRX Points: 220Members Posts: 5,818
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    I love the idea of the diving board on their traditional looking blade putter (private reserve model). However they don't make that model in left handed. I have done the whole private reserve thingg in a different model and liked it but ended up not loving it in the long run. I would love a model tradition style with the diving board in lefty. At least then I could practice using the set up tech.
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  • NicholasP  NicholasP  941WRX Points: 62Members Posts: 941
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    I have been using an MFGP2 I picked up off the sales forum for about a month. Can honestly say it has made an incredible difference in my putting, primarily lagging and inside 8 feet. I have never been as confident as I am right now with the flatstick.



    I also have an MFGP CS Deep Flange inbound to try/have as a backup. Coupled with black Garsen Ultimates.....I am in putter Nirvana. So upset with myself for not trying one years ago.



    I can't explain it, but they just seem to setup perfect to my eye.
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    I have been using an MFGP2 I picked up off the sales forum for about a month. Can honestly say it has made an incredible difference in my putting, primarily lagging and inside 8 feet. I have never been as confident as I am right now with the flatstick.



    I also have an MFGP CS Deep Flange inbound to try/have as a backup. Coupled with black Garsen Ultimates.....I am in putter Nirvana. So upset with myself for not trying one years ago.



    I can't explain it, but they just seem to setup perfect to my eye.




    NicholasP - great to hear. Two awesome models. Stay in touch and let us know if you need anything.
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  • NicholasP  NicholasP  941WRX Points: 62Members Posts: 941
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    I have been using an MFGP2 I picked up off the sales forum for about a month. Can honestly say it has made an incredible difference in my putting, primarily lagging and inside 8 feet. I have never been as confident as I am right now with the flatstick.



    I also have an MFGP CS Deep Flange inbound to try/have as a backup. Coupled with black Garsen Ultimates.....I am in putter Nirvana. So upset with myself for not trying one years ago.



    I can't explain it, but they just seem to setup perfect to my eye.




    NicholasP - great to hear. Two awesome models. Stay in touch and let us know if you need anything.




    Thanks, and will do. Would love to go through an "official" fitting at some point.



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  • golfnmudd  golfnmudd golfnmudd  506WRX Points: 74Members Posts: 506
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    I started with a fgp, now I have a m1, in the market for a db4 or a corona x4 to add to the herd. I've never been much of a putter guy until I started using Seemore putters. Now I want one of everything they make lol




    golfnmudd - two great options there with the db4 and CDM x4. Let us know if you have any questions about these.








    How would the insert in the x4 compare to my m1? Way softer??



    Also, on the si4, is that an insert as well? How would it compare to the m1?



    I assume the db4 and my m1 would be very similar in feel?



    Thanks for any insight....



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    I started with a fgp, now I have a m1, in the market for a db4 or a corona x4 to add to the herd. I've never been much of a putter guy until I started using Seemore putters. Now I want one of everything they make lol




    golfnmudd - two great options there with the db4 and CDM x4. Let us know if you have any questions about these.








    How would the insert in the x4 compare to my m1? Way softer??



    Also, on the si4, is that an insert as well? How would it compare to the m1?



    I assume the db4 and my m1 would be very similar in feel?



    Thanks for any insight....




    m1 is 100% milled stainless steel putter. It is going to be softer than your x4 insert as well as the si4 insert. The x4 and si4 insert is going to be a little softer than our cast FGP balde putter. Yes, you are correct - DB4 and m1 are going to be very familiar because of being a milled product. However do keep in mind because you are utilizing the red dot you are setting up the same way for every single putt. Therefore you will become very, very familiar with feel, sound and roll of the ball coming off the face because the hiding the red dot allows you to do this consistently. Let us know what else we can help with.
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  • kess13kess13 So I just put the ball in the hole...  1323WRX Points: 119Members Posts: 1,323
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    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  1605WRX Points: 169ClubWRX Posts: 1,605
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    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.
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  • brettobbrettob  8WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 8
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    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  124WRX Points: 30Members Posts: 124
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    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?
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  • wpvincewpvince  136WRX Points: 60Members Posts: 136
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    Haven't tried em yet
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  • HakkoHakko  908WRX Points: 112Members Posts: 908
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    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  859WRX Points: 60Members Posts: 859
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    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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  • SeeMore PuttersSeeMore Putters  649WRX Points: 109Sponsors Posts: 649
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    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.




    stopdog - more than happy to help answer any questions that you might have. Open 24/7 at [email protected]
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  • buckaroo279buckaroo279  62WRX Points: 30ClubWRX Posts: 62
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    I was fitted by a certified Seemore instructor and have not looked at another putter since 2013
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