May 18, 2012

SeeMore Continues To Roll

By Sean Crogie   Posted at  5/18/2012 09:21:00 PM   No comments

If you've followed my blog for awhile you know I'm a big lover of SeeMore putters and RST technology. I've done many SeeMore putter reviews over the years and they continue to be #1 for me as far as quality, performance, style and customer service.

Big news lately for SeeMore includes a stretch of five weeks where six different players using SeeMore putters on the PGA Tour have deposited nearly $2.2 million. The highlight were three 2nd place finishes, including the RBC Heritage, the Wells Fargo Championship, and the Players Championship. The run has been truly amazing with these 6 players making a combined 12 of 14 cuts at an 86% rate. In fact this averages out to these players using SeeMore on average earning $157,000 per start over this 5-week stretch.

 Stay tuned for an upcoming putter review of the SeeMore M1 SS Platinum Finish Putter.



Here are a few highlights from Team SeeMore's latest releases:

The ability to know what you are doing for every putt is the secret to putting and a SeeMore putter gives you that secret. A SeeMore putter gives a consistent set-up every single putt. The ability to repeat the same starting point in putting is key. It is like shooting a free throw shot in basketball. Better fundamentals at set up and consistent form throughout will lead to a higher shooting percentage. SeeMore is the same way.

The reason why a TOUR player, mini-tour, college player or top amateur uses a SeeMore Putter is the results that he sees on a daily basis.  The instant feedback is given as soon as the putt is hit.  This is what our SPi Instructors teach on a daily basis to their students. 
At The Players Championship two players in particular had great results with their SeeMore Putter.  Zach Johnson (FGP black, milled face) (video) had rounds of 66 on Friday and 68 on Sunday.  Playing in the 3rd to final group on Sunday, he made over 100 feet of putts.  He even made the longest putt of any player on #18 – 28 ft – to grab a share of the clubhouse lead. 
Bob Estes (video) made over 150 feet of putts on Sunday using a M9 SS, shooting the low round of the tournament at (-7) 65.  This was his best round in over 21 years played at this event.

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Not only do these players use the benefits of the SeeMore system, but also our 140 worldwide SPi Instructors.  Both TOUR players and SPi Instructors see how a consistent set-up and consistent ball position will lead to a more consistent stroke.  This allows the golfer to identify their good putting stroke from a poor one, leading to more great putts.
SPi brings our passion and teaching platform to the teaching professionals in a way that is helping them grow their competence, confidence, and teaching breadth in all things putting. SPi trains and certifies golf instructors, and then helps them find students, juniors, and mini-tour players to bring into a putting training program.  It creates a huge win-win, and is one of the freshest ideas in the golf industry.  SPi already has nearly 20 teachers who have rapidly advanced through this training to where they are becoming regional leaders in putting instruction.  If you are a golf instructor and would like to become a SPi Certified Instructor, please contact Ted Gallina at ted@seemore.com for more information.  We will teach you to learn to enjoy putting instruction.
If you have any tips, news or videos that you would like to share to the rest of the SPi staff, please email me your information.  More than happy to take a look and share.



About Sean Crogie

Father of 3, #golf writer, full-time mail carrier, part-time @RideauViewGolf Turf Team #PJ20 fan, golfing nomad.
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