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New Headcovers in stock

Wanting to upgrade your image, then why not have a "Groovy" Head Cover in your bag.  Majority are magnetic and with a wide range of colours, designs and sizes they will fit any putter.  

Zach Johnson uses the Red Tartan head cover on his PTM SeeMore Putter.  See the full range on our shop web page.  Postage and packing in the UK only £4.50 and Head cover £22.99 so for less than £30 you can give your bag a lift.

http://seemoreputters.co.uk/shop

 

New 1.38 Grips from Rosemark

The Rosemark Grip could be the most simple thing to transform your putting.  Shaped to fit to the shape of your hand and in three different sizes, this grip is designed to take the tension out of your hands, wrists and forearms.  

The new 1.38 is being used by Sir Nick Faldo on his Si5 SeeMore putter, but this grip can be put on any putter.  

Check out our website at http://seemoreputters.co.uk/shop to see the full range of sizes, colours and lengths.

2018 Tour Events

We are please to announce that our plans include the attendance at a number of Tour Events in 2018.

The British Open at Carnoustie - we will look to be on the putting green from Monday 16 July to Wednesday 18 July.

Senior Open at St Andrews - we look to be on the putting green from Monday 23 July to Wednesday 25 July.

Ricoh Ladies at Royal Lytham - we look to be on the putting green from Monday 30 July to Wednesday 1 August.

Other Tour events will be added to the schedule and we will be most happy to engage with Professionals wishing to try the SeeMore Putter but also talk with the public.

Hinckley Golf Club Demo Day 7/4/18

A demo day is in the diary at Hinckley Golf Club for 7th April - 10.30 to 3pm.  Contact the Pro Shop for info.

Great opportunity for members, visitors and invitees to come along and be custom fit for a SeeMore Putter and try the range of heads to find the one that suits them.  Also they can try the revolutionary Rosemark Grip.   There is no obligation to buy.

SeeMore Putters offer golfers the #1 alignment putting system in golf. SeeMore’s patented RifleScope Technology (RST), known by a visible gun sight on the top line, allows the golfer to set up the putter perfectly each and every time in relation to the intended target line. This is accomplished by lining up the black bottom portion of the shaft between two white lines and covering a signature red dot on the heel of the top line. The process is like locking radar onto a target. The two parallel white sight lines frame the shaft and serve as an indicator that the golfer is in perfect position to make a consistent and reliable stroke. 

SeeMore has been a revered putter brand for over 15 years. SeeMore originally became recognized when Payne Stewart won the 1999 U.S. Open playing a SeeMore putter in the greatest clutch final round putting performance in US Open History. The brand was re-launched in 2007, and immediately regained worldwide prominence as Zach Johnson used a SeeMore FGP to win the 2007 Masters.

Rosemark putter grips provide tension free putting with greater control. 

All Rosemark grips share the same patented and premium design of a beautifully textured, tapered shape in several sizes with multiple angles in a hexagon shape around the grip, which completely conform to the shape of a hand. Rosemark helps the golfer set up square and keep the putter head square at set up and during the stroke, with the same minimal grip pressure that the best players in the world use. 

Rosemark putter grips came into great prominence during 2015 and 2016 as they were used by several of the best golfers on the planet, female World #1 Lydia Ko as well as PGA Tour World top 20 player Russell Knox. Ko won 2 Major Championships and 7 tournaments worldwide using the Rosemark 1.52 NextGen putter grip, while Knox won the 2016 Travelers Championship using the Rosemark 1.25 NextGen putter grip. 

 

Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club

A demo day is in the diary at Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club for 3-5 April in conjunction with Howerd Hewitt Tournament.  Contact the Pro Shop for info.

Great opportunity for members, visitors and invitees to come along and be custom fit for a SeeMore Putter and try the range of heads to find the one that suits them.  Also they can try the revolutionary Rosemark Grip.   There is no obligation to buy.

SeeMore Putters offer golfers the #1 alignment putting system in golf. SeeMore’s patented RifleScope Technology (RST), known by a visible gun sight on the top line, allows the golfer to set up the putter perfectly each and every time in relation to the intended target line. This is accomplished by lining up the black bottom portion of the shaft between two white lines and covering a signature red dot on the heel of the top line. The process is like locking radar onto a target. The two parallel white sight lines frame the shaft and serve as an indicator that the golfer is in perfect position to make a consistent and reliable stroke. 

SeeMore has been a revered putter brand for over 15 years. SeeMore originally became recognized when Payne Stewart won the 1999 U.S. Open playing a SeeMore putter in the greatest clutch final round putting performance in US Open History. The brand was re-launched in 2007, and immediately regained worldwide prominence as Zach Johnson used a SeeMore FGP to win the 2007 Masters.

 

Rosemark putter grips provide tension free putting with greater control. 

All Rosemark grips share the same patented and premium design of a beautifully textured, tapered shape in several sizes with multiple angles in a hexagon shape around the grip, which completely conform to the shape of a hand. Rosemark helps the golfer set up square and keep the putter head square at set up and during the stroke, with the same minimal grip pressure that the best players in the world use. 

Rosemark putter grips came into great prominence during 2015 and 2016 as they were used by several of the best golfers on the planet, female World #1 Lydia Ko as well as PGA Tour World top 20 player Russell Knox. Ko won 2 Major Championships and 7 tournaments worldwide using the Rosemark 1.52 NextGen putter grip, while Knox won the 2016 Travelers Championship using the Rosemark 1.25 NextGen putter grip. 

Manor Golf Club Demo Day 14/4/18

A demo day is in the diary at The Manor Golf Club for 14th April - 10.30 to 3pm.  Contact the Pro Shop for info.

Great opportunity for members, visitors and invitees to come along and be custom fit for a SeeMore Putter and try the range of heads to find the one that suits them.  Also they can try the revolutionary Rosemark Grip.   There is no obligation to buy.

SeeMore Putters offer golfers the #1 alignment putting system in golf. SeeMore’s patented RifleScope Technology (RST), known by a visible gun sight on the top line, allows the golfer to set up the putter perfectly each and every time in relation to the intended target line. This is accomplished by lining up the black bottom portion of the shaft between two white lines and covering a signature red dot on the heel of the top line. The process is like locking radar onto a target. The two parallel white sight lines frame the shaft and serve as an indicator that the golfer is in perfect position to make a consistent and reliable stroke. 

SeeMore has been a revered putter brand for over 15 years. SeeMore originally became recognized when Payne Stewart won the 1999 U.S. Open playing a SeeMore putter in the greatest clutch final round putting performance in US Open History. The brand was re-launched in 2007, and immediately regained worldwide prominence as Zach Johnson used a SeeMore FGP to win the 2007 Masters.

Rosemark putter grips provide tension free putting with greater control. 

All Rosemark grips share the same patented and premium design of a beautifully textured, tapered shape in several sizes with multiple angles in a hexagon shape around the grip, which completely conform to the shape of a hand. Rosemark helps the golfer set up square and keep the putter head square at set up and during the stroke, with the same minimal grip pressure that the best players in the world use. 

Rosemark putter grips came into great prominence during 2015 and 2016 as they were used by several of the best golfers on the planet, female World #1 Lydia Ko as well as PGA Tour World top 20 player Russell Knox. Ko won 2 Major Championships and 7 tournaments worldwide using the Rosemark 1.52 NextGen putter grip, while Knox won the 2016 Travelers Championship using the Rosemark 1.25 NextGen putter grip. 

Sutton Coldfield Golf Club

Delivered the SeeMore Putter SPI Pack to Sutton Coldfield Golf Club at 12 noon on 23 February 2018 and by 3pm first order was placed for a custom fit and build putter.  With the putter being about 40% of your game having a fitting and then a club built to suit your needs you should see the handicap impact in the right direction.

In common with many clubs founded in England in the late Victorian period, Sutton Coldfield Golf Club boasted a clergyman of the Established Church, the Reverend Canon WCR Bedford, as one of its founders and a drawing of him hangs prominently in the main room of the Club to this day. The Club was founded in 1889 and at first played as a nine hole course laid out at the Town Gate of Sutton Park. The Park comprising 2,400 acres, was originally part of the Great Chase of Cannock, but by the sixteenth century the encroachment of farmland had seperated it from the Chase. This seperation allowed it to be gifted to the citizens of the Town by Henry VIII through the agency of a local notable, Bishop Vesey, who was one of Henry’s Lord Chancellors. The proximity of the Town Gate site to a centre of population meant that it was never likely to suffice for long, although it must be noted that a game was played on as near the original course as possible as part of the Centenary celebrations in 1989. In 1890 the Club moved to its current site near the Streetly Gate of the Park. 18 holes were laid out by 1893 and a Clubhouse was built a few years later on a freehold site outside the boundaries of the Park opposite the first tee.

 A crucial time for this Club, as for most other Clubs, was when the full impact of the First World War was experienced. The carnage of that War, carrying away so many young men, meant that the critical point of survival was approached very closely in, and after, those years. Between 1913 and 1918, the number of male club members fell from 255 to about 125 and it was in that context that the Committee of the day demonstrated a degree of courage, surely envied by its successors, in approaching Dr. MacKenzie of Leeds to revise the course to enhance its popularity. Dr MacKenzie has subsequently become one of the most celebrated Golf Architects in the world, but at the end of the War he was only beginning to emerge in the profession. MacKenzie first visited the Club in 1919 and, showing no few qualities as a salesman at least, observed "The land on which the present course is situated is almost the best heathland I know for golf ... if the suggested alterations are done ... there is no reason why it should not compare favourably with the best inland course in Britain, and be vastly superior to many seaside ones".

MacKenzie’s plans were adopted after several modifications but the project did not proceed quickly due largely to a serious grass fire in 1921. The fire burnt deeply into the peat in places and this contributed to a crippling financial debt only being avoided through the generous efforts of the members. Incidentally the total refurbishment of a bunker in 2015 uncovered a layer of ash that had lain undisturbed since that fire 94 years before. MacKenzie’s revised course opened finally in September 1934 and while many tees have been extended and supplemented by others and some bunkers have been changed, much of MacKenzie’s work has survived.

The Club has hosted many prestigious events during its existence. However the Centenary in 1989 gave the Club the opportunity to celebrate its existence, and celebrate it did, in style! Among the many events held was a Pro-Am that attracted Vijay Singh, Sam Torrance, Laura Davies, Manuel Pinero, Jose Rivero, Jose-Maria Canizares and many others.

Away from all the ‘sound and fury’ it is the fair, but frequently stern test that the course presents in idyllic surroundings that continues to attract real golfers to become members of the Club. The roman road, Icknield Street crosses the course on its way to join Watling Street at what is now called the village of Wall. The past and the present envelop this course both on a bright spring morning and on a drowsy summer’s evening.

Wellingborough Golf Club

Welcome on board to Wellingborough Golf Club and Professional David Clifford.

Wellingborough Golf Club, a private members Club situated at Harrowden Hall in the Heart of the Northamptonshire countryside, offers a magnificent golf course set in 160 acres of fine rolling parkland.

We have a long tradition of welcoming visitors to play our par 72, 6721 yard course, and regularly host Regional, County and Open competitions. 

We offer facilities for hosting conferences, seminars and a variety of functions, including weddings and anniversary parties, in our spacious Hall and superbly maintained grounds.

Access to Wellingborough is easy and convenient via A14, M1 and A1 motorways.

At Harrowden Hall

Work on the present course began in 1972, and it was opened in 1975. When the Hall was purchased for use as a Clubhouse, the original layout was changed so that the first tee and the eighteenth green could be seen from the clubhouse.

Two par three holes and two par fives were replaced by testing par fours. In 1999, all the greens, bunkers and surrounds were re-laid and new drainage put in at a cost of £500,000.

The result is that the Club now has the facilities to host year-round golf on greens that meet USGA standards.

Early Days

The Club was formed in 1893 by seven gentlemen who invited others who might be interested to meet at 8pm on Friday November 3rd in the Welllingborough Drill Hall. Twenty-nine men were present and enthusiastic, so Old Tom Morris was engaged to lay out the first course on three fields belonging to Nest Farm (what is now the Finedon Road industrial estate).

The first clubhouse of any substance was a railway carriage. In 1923, a new nine hole course was constructed by Tom Williamson of Notts Golf Club, at the Bushfield, 'Waterworks' site (the present Gleneagles Drive area of Wellingborough).

The Club flourished there until 1975 when it moved to its present home at Harrowden Hall.