Better to Best - Black Classic HT Mallet or the Platinum m5 HT
The HT Mallet is a solid stainless steel mallet offering great alignment, feel and roll. The HT Mallet is SeeMore’s most exciting new mallet design. It has maximum heel and toe weighting due to the back flange cut out, making this a mallet with powerful yet sleek lines, instilling a ton of confidence. Great option for golfers who typically enjoy larger mallets and the highest level of forgiveness. The Black PowderCoat finish helps to reduce glare and enhance overall design.
Alignment benefits of RifleScope Technology (RST). Straight shaft. 45 degree toe hang. Design and functionality is completely unique to SeeMore, with majority of weight behind center making it very easy to properly release the putter head. Cast 303 stainless steel now featuring milled face. Black powder coat finish to eliminate glare.
The Platinum M5HT is a tour designed, enhanced heel and toe weighted mallet. Designed for the player who loves the look of a sleek mallet, the M5HT combines tremendous balance and forgiveness, with a look of exceptional confidence at address. The M5HT has a beautiful Platinum finish with intricate multiple milling patterns over the entire putter, including a deep milled face for exceptional Feel and Roll. Features the new "Sniper Scope" logo, representing the ultimate in Performance, Precision, and Exclusivity that the new Platinum Series has to offer. Striking design with lasting beauty. Straight shaft. 45 degree toe hang. 100% Milled in the USA of the most expensive grade of USA made 303 Stainless steel. Alignment benefits of RifleScope Technology (RST).
All SeeMore Putter Models Have SeeMore's Patented RifleScope Technology (RST) Alignment System, For A True Reference Point For Perfect Alignment And Set Up On Every Putt. SeeMore was the winning putter brand of the 2015 OPEN Championship at St. Andrews (Zach Johnson), in one of the greatest clutch putting performances in OPEN History. SeeMore putters have won 3 MAJOR Championships, also including the 2007 Masters (Zach Johnson) and the 1999 US Open (Payne Stewart).