FGP Original - Won on tour

Better to Best Equivalent across the SeeMore Ranges

FGP Blade or PTM1 or Nashville mFGP

SeeMore FGP blade was the winning putter 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, including the 2007 Masters (Zach Johnson) and the 1999 US Open (Payne Stewart).


Alignment benefits of RifleScope Technology (RST). Straight shaft. Full toe hang. Design and functionality are 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 Precision Tour Milled (PTM1) is essentially the same special “tour” model that is played by the 2007 Masters Champion and 2015 OPEN Champion. Alignment benefits of RifleScope Technology (RST). Straight shaft. Full toe hang. Design and functionality are completely unique to SeeMore, with majority of weight behind center making it very easy to properly release the putter head. Starts with a stainless steel precision cast head made in the USA, and then uses CNC precision milling machines to mill the face, sole, bore hole and RST lines. Full toe hang. Twirl effect for perfect balancing as preferred on tour (face balanced at impact)*. Material - 303 stainless steel - black finish.

 

The mFGP Nashville Studio Series is 100% precision milled of the most expensive grade of USA made 303 stainless steel for the best in feel. This putter also features a proprietary black diamond finish for striking and lasting beauty. Milled in the USA and features SeeMore’s RST technology.

All 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. 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 - less manipulation during the stroke to keep the putter face on the correct path.