Fittings prior to shut down are being packed and luckily courier is able to collect.
The EXS fairway metal head features premium exotic metals; a brand new United States manufactured, high-density Carpenter steel. The hyper-strength strength steel is quench-hardened, a special heating technique that takes 750 degrees to provide an extreme amount of strength while allowing for a thinner face. This cup face design allowed for Tour Edge to make the face thinner than in any previous model for a greater energy transfer.
The highperformance hexagonal Variable Face Thickness (VFT) offers multiple levels of thickness that maximize forgiveness from more points on the face, especially in the heel and toe areas.
The aerodynamics in the EXS fairway wood are greatly enhanced by new and improved wider SlipStream speed channels on the sole that create a faster clubhead speed due to smoother turf interaction.
The CG location of the EXS is positioned closer to the face for less spin, creating a trajectory that fights wind and increases roll.
The Si5 Mallet is a solid stainless steel mallet with a new milled aluminum insert for great feel and roll. The Si5 is a very pleasing mallet shape with sleek lines, instilling a ton of confidence. Great option for golfers who typically enjoy larger mallets. The Black PowderCoat finish helps to reduce glare and enhance overall design.
Alignment benefits of RifleScope Technology (RST). Straight shaft. Toe hang 15 degrees. 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.
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).