Even More To See With The FGPt SeeMore Putter
Who can forget the epic 1999 US Open win by Payne Stewart? SeeMore putters became a household name when the ink on Stewart’s scorecard dried that day in 1999. SeeMore putters have found more success on the PGA tour since then namely with Zach Johnson who won the 2007 Masters with his SeeMore putter.
The concept is remarkably simple. Line the putter up to the ball and look down at the topline of the putter head. If you see a red mark then the putter is misaligned. If you see white guidelines on either side of the shaft that is the green light to roll away. Since the putter takes care of the alignment, golfers are free to focus on reading the green and getting the speed right for the putt.
Previously, SeeMore launched the Giant line of putters with the Giant FGP 28% larger than the original FGP putter. More putter to see! This larger size produces a higher Moment of Impact (MOI) with the added head volume and enables players to find the sweet spot more easily. With the new Giant FGPt, SeeMore slims the Giant down with 10g less weight, 0.2 inches less height and 0.2 inches less width. The Giant FGPt retains the extreme heel/toe weighting and milled copper sole weights. This putter is face balanced at impact or “balanced to plane”, meaning it's dynamically balanced to the angle you putt and naturally returns to square at impact. The net result is less manipulation during the stroke to keep the putter face on the correct path.