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  • kess13kess13 So I just put the ball in the hole...  1323Members Posts: 1,323
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    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 Indianapolis 3497Members Posts: 3,497
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    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  1094Members Posts: 1,094
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    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  1237Members Posts: 1,237 BST Banned
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    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!
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  • SanzabarSanzabar  1277Members Posts: 1,277
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    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  714Members Posts: 714
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    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.
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    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.
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  • OspreyCIOspreyCI Valley of the Sun 5049Members Posts: 5,049
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    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  714Members Posts: 714
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    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
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    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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    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.
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  • ac49801ac49801  161Members Posts: 161
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    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!
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    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.
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  • ZBUCKZBUCK Ghost  1522ClubWRX Posts: 1,522
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    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  161Members Posts: 161
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    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!
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  • msd71msd71  714Members Posts: 714
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    Is the Nashville z2c available? There is no purchase button for that model on the website.
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    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
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  • nicholasriehlnicholasriehl Nick R. Hershey, PA 339Members Posts: 339
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    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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    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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    Looking forward to a GIANT weekend at The Travelers.



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

    Thanks.
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    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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    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.
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  • bigdriveandybigdriveandy  1096Members Posts: 1,096
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    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?
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    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.
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  • aewonaewon Sweden 229Members Posts: 229
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    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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    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.
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  • bigdriveandybigdriveandy  1096Members Posts: 1,096
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    I take a lot of crap 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!
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  • SanzabarSanzabar  1277Members Posts: 1,277
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    SB2 w/ Stainless Steel face/insert is back in the bag.
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    andersi wrote:


    I take a lot of crap 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!!
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