6th Ranked Player in World Continues Torching PGA Tour with SeeMore Milled FGP putter
151 Under Par in last 14 Events!!!
SeeMore congratulates its most visible putter user for extending one of the great hot streaks in PGA Tour history. His 10 under par final round; including making birdie putts on his last 5 holes, was the lowest round of the tournament. His 25 under final score means that over his last 14 events with his SeeMore FGP putter, he has 3 wins, and top 10 11 of 14 finishes, and is an unfathomable 151 under par. His scoring average over his last 60 competitive rounds is a stunning 68.2. For the 2014 wrap around season he is now 4th in FedEx points, 4th in money, 4th in scoring average. His final round scoring of these 14 events is 68, 65, 66, 68, 68, 67, 72, 68, 67, 67, 68, 66, 69, and 62. The 13 of 14 final rounds are in the 60’s with average of 67.2.
SeeMore Putter Co. congratulates new world #6 for another top 8 finish
(Franklin, TN - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) The SeeMore Putter Company remains in the tour news every week thanks to the player now ranked #6 in the World. His top 8 finish at the Sony Open means that 11 of his last 14 PGA Tour events have resulted in top 8 finishes, with 3 wins and over $4.5 million in earnings during that time. The 3 wins in that stretch include the 2013 BMW Championship, the 2013 Northwestern Mutual World Challenge, and the year opening 2014 Hyundai Tournament of Champions. During those 14 events, the player, using his precision tour milled black FGP SeeMore putter, is an unbelievable 126 under par in total.
The SeeMore family looks forward to watching and following Anya's success throughout the 2014 golf season.
Hi. My name is Anya Alvarez and I used to be addicted to changing putters.
Not too long ago I was introduced by my putting coach Pat O'Brien to SeeMore putters. For over a year I had been struggling with my putting, and through a period of seven months I went through six different putters. I couldn't commit. Each putter had betrayed me in the same way: making putts one day and the next day deciding to miss the hole completely. The question lingered in my mind, "Will I ever find the one?"
Desperate, I reached out to anyone who knew someone that could help me with my putting. A friend suggest I contact Pat O'Brien. I called him up and two days later I got on a flight to Dallas to spend a couple days with him. He asked me to bring each putter I used. I had a long putter, a mallet, two separate types of blades, and a couple non-mentionables. I haven't asked Pat yet what he thought when he saw me whip out all my exes. Did he feel frightened that he may not be able to help me see the potential in one of the putters? All along though, Pat (even I) knew it was me with the problem. First thing Pat did, was change my grip and posture. That's it. He didn't go into a long spiel about how the putter should be an arch or go straight back and through. He just changed a couple simple things. Still though, the putters I used didn't feel right.
Then, it seemed like the skies opened up as Pat pulled out a SeeMore blade. He put it in my hands, and I stood over the ball, and in sync we started to make putts together.
I had second stage of LPGA Qualifying school coming up a week after my lesson with him. This year was my second year playing professionally, and both times at Q-school I failed to get my LPGA card. In 2012, I missed getting my card by two shots and mainly that week putting let me down. I played decent on the Symetra tour, and had some success at the U.S. Open at the Broadmoor in 2011; however, putting always seemed to hold me back. This year, I felt determined to not let putting be the reason I didn't play on the LPGA.
At second stage, I hit the ball so poorly you would have thought I just started to play the game of golf. My putting though, my putting was lights out. I got through to Finals of Q-school and this time I felt confident going in. I didn't feel scared that I would miss putts.
After a long five days, I secured my spot on the LPGA for 2014.
It has been four months since I switched to a SeeMore putter. That is honestly the longest time I have stuck it out with a putter. Sure, some days I don't make everything. However, the misses aren't as severe. And a majority of my putts look like they are going to go in and most of the time they at least catch a part of the hole. That gives me confidence.
In a week I head to Australia to play on the Australian tour before my LPGA season starts. I'm confident my putter will work overseas as well.
I look forward to sharing my experiences with you as I travel around with my SeeMore putter. I think we're in it for the long haul.