Welcome to Alan O'Sullivan, Howth Golf Club, Dublin 13, Ireland as SeeMore SPi Centre. Stocking and custom fitting SeeMore Putters. Shipment of a range of Black Classic models, FGP20, Tri Mallett, Si2, and HT Mallet with a selection of grips is on route today.
The FGP20 is accurate and forgiving. The FGP20 putter is face balanced at impact or “balanced to plane”, meaning it's dynamically balanced throughout the stroke and naturally returns to square at impact, with less manipulation required during the stroke to keep the putter face on the correct path.
The Tri-Mallet is a solid stainless steel mallet with enhanced visual alignment cues brought about by its deep triangular shape. Great option for golfers who typically enjoy larger mallets. Alignment benefits of RifleScope Technology (RST) with ONE line on the back flange. Straight shaft. Medium toe hang 45 degrees.
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 Si2 blade is a solid stainless steel blade with a new milled aluminum insert for great feel and roll. The Si2 is a classic heel and toe weighted blade for the player who wants a great looking, forgiving blade with SeeMore’s patented and proven alignment system, instilling a ton of confidence.
All with the alignment benefits of RifleScope Technology (RST). Black powder coat finish to eliminate glare. 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. 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).