This is a 30 second video produced by PGA Show Media Productions powered by ThePostGame. Great video showcasing the SeeMore Putter Company. Click to see entire video and Q/A from CEO/Co-Owner - Jim Grundberg - http://pgashowinsider.com/2016/12/13/product-spotlight-seemore-putters/
CATEGORY: Large Mallet Putters PRICE: $170 WE TESTED: 34", 35" lengths KEY TECHNOLOGIES: The "RifleScope" alignment system helps with setup and aim.
DISTANCE CONTROL: Very consistent—solid strikes produce a smooth roll and automatic distance; testers tend to drain a lot of mid-length putts. FEEL: One of the best at impact; the TPU insert is absolutely sublime; moderately soft, with a crisp, discernible click; excellent balance in a heavy head. LOOK: The elegant black finish works well with bright white alignment lines along the flange to give the head a slimmer appearance; hide the red and white lines behind the center shaft and you’ll know you’re on the right track.
CATEGORY: Blade Putters PRICE: $170 WE TESTED: 34", 35", 36" length KEY TECHNOLOGIES: If you can't see the red dot, the blade is square to the target.
DISTANCE CONTROL: Handles putts of all lengths with ease -- and no skid; easy to set up square, which lets players focus on distance for greater control -- just hide the red dot and pull the trigger. FEEL: Excellent balance -- the center shaft and counterbalancing promote smooth pendulum strokes without feeling cumbersome; your ball rolls off the sweet spot with a silky-soft click; off-center contact has a duller feel and some twist. LOOK: A simple, center-shafted design with a compact head and clean lines; matte black finish reduces glare and provides great contrast with the alignment aids; aiming system gives players confidence they’ll hit their target.
CATEGORY: Midsize Mallet Putters PRICE: $195 WE TESTED: 34", 35", 36" lengths KEY TECHNOLOGIES: The 360-gram stainless steel head has a TPU face insert.
DISTANCE CONTROL: Testers find their touch quickly, from all over the green; the insert produces quality roll and repeatable lengths. FEEL: Get the backswing started and it's automatic, smooth and balanced through the ball; soft, resonant zip -- just the right amount of feedback on all hits; testers like how the big counterweighted grip (CB version) stabilizes the stroke. LOOK: Panelists like the souped-up blade, with its milled head, satin finish, crisp sightlines and cream-colored face insert; once testers learn to use SeeMore's trademark alignment system, setup is second nature -- it lets them concentrate on a good stroke; two-tone shaft stands out, and the black bottom reduces glare.
CATEGORY: Blade Putters PRICE: $295 WE TESTED: 34", 35" length KEY TECHNOLOGIES: The oversize head has a significantly higher MOI than typical blades.
DISTANCE CONTROL: Enlarged sweet spot rolls putts just how you want on a consistent basis; intuitive when dialing in the proper length stroke for different distances. FEEL: Slightly heavier feel than the Pure Center Blade but still wellbalanced throughout the stroke; a satisfying, soft click on center strikes is marginally different than on misses; testers like that the plugs along the heel and toe can be swapped out to increase or decrease overall head weight. LOOK: Center-shaft design with all of the trademark SeeMore features in a supersized package; the scaling is just right to make the setup seem familiar; larger sightline and alignment device make setting up square even easier.
Let me preface this review by making it totally clear that I love doing what I do. I get the chance to test and review so many great products. All of the products that I test makes me excited... like a kid at Christmas. These reviews allow me the chance to educate golfers on what's out there. However, when it comes to a company like SeeMore Putters the excitement grows to a different level. When I submitted my proposal letter to SeeMore Putters I really was hoping for a chance because SeeMore is one of those companies that I have been intrigued by for some time. For those that don't know (for one reason or another) SeeMore Putters have been used by D.A. Points,2-Time Major Championship winner Zach Johnson and the gone but never forgotten Payne Stewart who brought the brand to the forefront with a spectacular putting round that culminated in a victory at the 1999 U.S. Open on the famed Pinehurst #2.