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See More SB2 Steel Putter

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $1.80
Mid: $2.11
High: $2.43

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $5.13
Mid: $6.03
High: $6.93

Next update: 5/29/16

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• Game improvement oversize mallet
• Alignment benefits of RifleScope Technology (RST)
• Face-balanced with no discernable toe hang
• 100% milled aircraft aluminum putter head with a black satin or platinum finish
The SeeMore Putting System incorporates SeeMore’s patented Red Dot and White Line alignment system to help golfers consistently achieve correct putter set-up, alignment and stroke. By keeping the RED DOT hidden behind the shaft during the putting stroke, golfers are assured that they are making the perfect pendulum stroke. SeeMore putters have been used by PGA touring professionals to win tournaments on all of the major worldwide tours, and was most notably used by Payne Stewart to win the 1999 US Open.

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The mallet-milled from 6061 aluminum-has a sloped flange and features SeeMore's "riflescope" alignment aid. The bottom of the shaft hides a red oval on the feel to let you know your setup is square. An offset-shaft option is designed for golfers who putt with a forward press. The head weighs 335 grams, but three seven-gram weights allow you to increase the overall mass to 356 grams. Also available in a platinum finish.
"Aligns on autopilot."
"My favorite SeeMore to date. The flange adds very solid feel, and the overall presentation is refined."…"The red dot prevents me from moving my stance too far forward."
As in hunting, the purest moment is right before you pull the trigger. This alignment system prepares you for that instant.
It comes with adjustable weights, but the Allen wrench is not included. Seriously, one of those costs a buck and could save a trip to the hardware store, man.

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