Very quickly the SeeMore Putter has become the choice when golfers are looking to improve their putting stroke. Each day more and more are contacting us about questions on the putter. Golfers wanting to improve their putting google us on the internet and learn very quickly why SeeMore helps in all areas of the putting stroke - alignment, set-up, posture and grip. Learning this simple system leads to confidence when using the putter - which leads to lower putting strokes per round - which leads to lower scores.
Below are some technical answers that we have been asked from golfers on The Hackers Paradise, Golfwrx.com, PutterZone.com, MyGolfSpy, Twitter, FaceBook and may other golf blogs. If you have any other questions please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to help.
Our putters are around 2.5-3.5 degrees of loft, which is the angle of the face when striking the ball. These lofts will make sure you put optimal roll on the ball when you have your hands in the right place as mandated by the SeeMore putter (hide the red dot!).
On the lie angle, that is a different angle, that of the shaft to the head...and 70 degrees is usually a perfect lie angle to start with which is our standard.
On which types of putters for different strokes, in reality the arc and the pendulum go hand in hand, the arc meaning that the putter head goes slightly open and to the inside on take away, comes through square and impact, and releases slightly closed and to the inside of the line after impact. This is the natural arc.
The pendulum refers to the tempo of the putt, meaning on short putts the putter head travels back and through at the same pace and the same short distance back and then through..a one...two tempo...but on longer putts the putter travels back further along the arc, then travels further past the ball on impact...always staying on the arc..so the putter head is always square to the arc. All of our putters are ideal for this type of stroke, it is personal preference, but we would say blades tend to work best.
The other type of stroke golfers refer to is the straight back and straight through...which we believe and most believe is simply not possible to achieve...without significant wrist action as one would need to close or hood the putter on take away, and would need to slice open the putter as the stroke moves through..because turning on an arc so to try to keep the putter square to square involves this type of complicate manipulation...so one might think you are putting this way but it will be a struggle for sure. After reviewing many, many putting strokes the above explanation is our meaning of each type of stroke.
We encourage you to do some research on Pat O'Brien, who instructs many tour players..at PatOBrienGolf.com, or you can link to him through SeeMore.com. Your putting will improve, and you will understand all of the great benefits of SeeMore. Call us at the office and we can get a putter custom built for you that will greatly improve your putting.
Lastly, this past Sunday was the 10 year anniversary of the passing of Payne Stewart. Here is a great link that we would like to share with you - Remembering Payne Stewart 10 Years Later. Do you remember where you were when you heard the news??