SPi Instructor Tim Stundis visited the Back9Network headquarters to show off the SeeMore putters as well as the SeeMore Putter Instititue. Stundis gives host, Charles Everett, a lesson on the putting green. Click Image below to WATCH!
Since April my putter of choice has been Seemore's X3 putter. I've had the chance to test out this beautifully designed mallet putter with a distinct nickel finish both at my regular golf course, Rideau View and at a few golf courses I frequented this season for various golf course reviews including Deerhurst Resort, Muskoka Bay Club and Lora Bay Golf Course to name a few.
The X3 putter is part of SeeMore's xSeries, which features a few new options from SeeMore. They've combined the proven RifleScope Technology (RST) in a series that also combines both cast and milled materials, along with stainless steel and a lightweight TPU insert for feel and control.
The Look I've always loved the look of a mallet putter and the X3 is no different. The mid-sized X3 definitely instills confidence when you address the golf ball. The nickel finish like that of the Si Series is both esthetically appealing and durable. The size/weight of the X3 I liked a lot and for me was similar to the SeeMore M3 that I purchased off eBay a few years back and still game on occasion.
The x3 has one single perpendicular line on the top for simple alignment with the ball and target and two perpendicular lines on the back flange for additional alignment benefits. RifleScope technology, the patented and proven alignment system featuring 2 additional parallel white lines and a signature red dot on the top heel of the putter, helps the golfer establish a set up and stance that is then perfectly squared up with the putter and the target line for consistently greater performance on the greens and benefits during practice.
Visually I really liked the look of the SeeMore on the face of the putter and on the cavity.
SeeMore Congratulates the Brand's most visible
user on his magical 10th career PGA Tour Victory on Monday at the BMW
Championship, the 3d leg of the FedEx Cup Finals at the Chicago area's Conway
Farms Golf Club. The Champion pulled away with great clutch putting from
one of the best final round leader boards of the year, where the 5 players on
top heading into the final round included the World's #1 ranked player, and 4
other members of the US Ryder Cup team. The winner used his SeeMore FGP
USA Tour version putter to take just 26 putts in the final round, including
long birdies at 16 and 17 to nail down the trophy.
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The winner has now had 6 top 10 finishes
in his last 7 worldwide starts, including the British Open and the PGA
Championship. He finished 2nd in the field at the BMW Championship in
Strokes Gained Putting. And most important, in the final round, he made
the most clutch putts to secure the victory at 16 under par, and rounds of 64-69-70-65. Not only does this position the winner to
control his own destiny at East Lake by winning the Tour Championship which will result FEDEX
Cup champion but the 10th win also makes him eligible for the World
Golf Hall of Fame when he turns 40. (short commercial before video)