Today’s putter market is filled with moveable weight, funky designs and endless gimmicks. Putters have come a long way since the days of the Bulls Eye and the Wilson 8802 and technology has really improved. A lot of it is very legit and gives the average golfer a chance to hole more putts but at the same time it’s nice to see an idea that’s so basic work so well.
Some of you (especially fans of the late Payne Stewart) may be familiar with SeeMore putters. Their patented RifleScope technology is something that works really well and is very easy for the average golfer to understand. The putters feature a red dot on the top of the heel. When the putter face is square… the shaft covers the red dot from the eye. When the putter face is open or closed… the golfer can see the red dot and can then realign the club accordingly.
Recent ownership changes have given the company new life in 2007. The company has launched three new milled putters and currently has a few Tour players using their equipment. I like the approach they’re taking in re-launching the company… keeping the line small (3 putters), keeping the quality high and slowly introducing golfers to one of the most basic and effective technologies around.
We’ll keep our eye of SeeMore and will pass along more info as we get it. Be sure to check out their website for more details. Be sure to check out the Tour Blog section… it’s got some great insight from the guys as they work with the Tour players.
Be sure to check out our online picture gallery for pictures from the 2007 PGA Show in Orlando. We’ll be updating the gallery daily so be sure to check back! To access the full line of pictures… click “user galleries”, then the picture above “admin” (top left side), then click the same picture below “2007 Orlando PGA Show”. You can then scroll through the pages by clicking the page numbers on the bottom right. Wow… good thing that wasn’t confusing!