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See More Private Reserve Black m5x Steel Putter



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Low: $44.20
Mid: $52.00
High: $59.80
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Manufacturer:

See More

Year of Introduction:

2012

MSRP (new):

$395.00

Head Material:

303 Stainless Steel

• Special run and extremely limited, hand crafted putter.
• Patented RifleScope Technology alignment system.
• USA milled 303 stainless steel with a multi material putter face.
• All Private Reserve putters have an internal milled hosel for lie angle customization.
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.

For More Information: http://seemore.com/


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The milled 303 stainless-steel head comes with a milled-aluminum face insert for a soft feel. An internal hosel allows users to adjust the lie angle up to 4 degrees flat and 6 degrees upright. SeeMore’s trademark alignment technology helps players get their eyes over the ball at address.
Low-Handicapper:
“It leaves nothing to chance in terms of setting it up; if you see the red dot on either side of the shaft, you’re not lined up.” . . . “The sound and feel are soft with pleasant feedback—just the right amount of sensation at impact.”
Middle-Handicapper:
“It has really clean lines, with a genius alignment aid. The putter stays low to the ground on its own.”
Hot:
The unique, rounded sole design turns the m5x into a hovercraft even for players with a stubby, descending stroke.
Not:
The hide-the-dot idea doesn’t work if you forward press.

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