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The SeeMore FGP/FGPw Stainless Putter

The SeeMore FGP/FGPw Stainless Putter

I hope everyone out there is enjoying Masters week! The traditional par 3 contest is going on right now, and boy oh boy was it ever great to see Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player tee it up again. With Masters clearly on the mind, I found myself thinking back to recent champions and the ‘tools’ they used to rise above the rest. And, for one reason or another the mind wandered to Zach Johnson and his wonderful performance in 2007. I recalled he had a SeeMore putter in the bag, and with that… I decided to take a closer look.

Back in 2007 Zach Johnson used the original SeeMore FGP putter to charge his way to victory. After taking a quick peek at the SeeMore site, I was pleased to discover a brand new edition of the FGP is available in both a nickel and black satin finish. The Nickel version has an offset shaft (FGPw), while the black satin comes with your standard straight shaft (FGP). Custom lengths are available from 31″ all the way up to 37″, and numerous lie angles are up for grabs as well.

Unfortunately lefties are left out of the love here, as only right-handed models are available… However, the righties that do want to put one of these in the bag will be pleased with not only the finish, length and lie options, but you get many headcover and grip options as well!

Priced at $185.00, it’s worth every penny. Now, I can’t guarantee it’ll make you a Masters champion, but it WILL get you into a solid setup position, and help you roll putt after putt on line, and with great pace. More images below for your browsing pleasure. For more info, hit up SeeMore Putters.

SeeMore Intros the DB4 CS Gunmetal with RST2 Technology

SeeMore DB4 CS Gunmetal with RST2 Technology

SeeMore DB4 CS Gunmetal with RST2 TechnologyYou may have first became aware of SeeMore back in 1999, when Payne Stewart used a SeeMore putter to win the U.S. Open. That was quite awhile ago, and ever since the brand was re-launched in 2007, it seems as though more success is shining through. Most notably was Zach Johnson’s 2007 Masters victory in which he stroked a SeeMore. In 2009 Johnson ended up 4th on the tour money list earning a cool $4.7 million, no doubt in part to the smooth-rolling SeeMore in his bag. I could go on with more highlights from the brand, but simply know that 10 players out of the top 125 on the money list used a SeeMore in 2009… and now they’re expanding their line.

New from the SeeMore Putter Company is the DB4 CS Gunmetal. The new putter features SeeMore’s RST2 technology, which helps you get yourself aligned and in proper position to make a great stroke. The ‘RST2’ technology is an update to the ‘RST’ technology currently built-in to the current lineup, as the update takes on a blade design with offset hosel for the first time ever. The main difference between RST2 and the traditional RST technology is the location of the markings. With an RST2, you’ll find the alignment system housed on top of the hosel, vs. the RST system which was (is) found on the top heel portion of the putter.

Jim Grundberg, SeeMore’s Managing Partner commented on the release of the new DB4:

“The new DB4, like all of the SeeMore putters before it, is one that solves one of the most fundamental problems in putting, that of consistently accurate alignment at address. It offers the confidence to make a fundamentally solid and repeatable putting stroke each and every time… The RST2 patented alignment feature is extremely exciting in that it has been developed with the input of the world’s best tour players over the past 2 years and simply makes a great putter design better by improving a player’s ability to set up square to the intended target line.”

More images of the SeeMore DB4 CS Gunmetal with RST2 technology are below. The putter is 100% milled in the USA, and is available in carbon steel with a proprietary multi-layer black satin finish. Price? MSRP $295.

SeeMore DB4 CS Gunmetal with RST2 Technology - Side ViewSeeMore DB4 CS Gunmetal with RST2 Technology

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[Via: TheGolfWire]