SeeMore Adds 2 New Stealth CS Putters

In Celebration of the greatest final round performance in the Open Championship history by Zach Johnson, and the See More’s 3rd major win, the company has expanded the Precision Tour Milled(PTM) FGP Series to include 2 new options. This is the same model design that was used to win the 2015 Open, as well as Zach’s 2007 Masters and Payne Stewart’s 1999 US Open. The PTM1 has been available in a milled stainless steel with a platinum finish, and also milled stainless steel with a jet black finish with milled platinum face(the exact version that won the Open). SeeMore putters are custom made right here in the USA in Franklin,Tennessee.

Jim Grundberg, SeeMore’s CEO, said ” demand for the brand has been at an all time high around the world in the last month. In the greatest showcase in golf, the Open Championship at St. Andrews, Scotland, the winner made nearly everything in a final round that featured 10 birdies over 22 holes, including the playoff, and one of the longest putts ever on the 72nd hole of a major to directly lead to winning the Championship.” Zach became one of only 6 players to ever win the Masters and the Open Championship at St. Andrews, the home of Golf, and all the others are in the World Golf Hall of Fame. His win becomes the 3rd leg of the “SeeMore Slam”.

Ted Gallina, SeeMore’s PGA Tour Director, added, “With demand for the PTM1 putter shooting through the roof, we wanted to enhance the offering even further with these 2 new versions. The new Stealth PTM1’s have exceeded our expectations in terms of looks, feel, and performance.”

The new options include 2 versions of the PTM1 cut from carbon steel for a soft yet responsive feel, and finished with a durable nickel plating and black stealth PVD finish. The first option includes SeeMore’s standard high contrast white and red RifleScope Technology(RST) alignment system, which was available on all SeeMore putters until now. The second option in the Stealth model includes a more subtle tone on tone “stealth” RST for a slightly different look.

SeeMore’s patented RST Technology, known by a visible gun sight on the top line, allows the golfer to set up the putter perfectly each and every time in relation to the intended target line. This is accomplished by lining up the black bottom portion of the shaft between two white lines and covering a signature red dot on the heel of the top line. The process is similar to locking radar onto a target. The two parallel white sight lines frame the shaft and serve as an indicator that the golfer is in perfect position to make a consistent and reliable stroke.

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