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Forum Thread of the Day: “New SeeMore putters”

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Today’s Forum Thread of the Day showcases the new SeeMore putters. The putters feature The SeeMore RifleScope Technology (RST), designed for an accurate setup and proper alignment. The technology has proven popular in the past and these new additions from SeeMore have generally been received well by our members on our forums.

We have plenty of photos of the new designs in our forum thread here.

Here are a few posts from our members giving their reaction to the new SeeMore putters, but make sure to check out the entire thread and have your say at the link below.

  • hardcaliber: “Big SeeMore fan here. They are one of the only companies doing anything unique in the market. Aging stainless steel extra times doesn’t count.”
  • evoviiiyou: “Love the SeeMore, and these are more modern looking. Very nice. Thanks for posting”
  • Jordan Speeth: “I always dismissed these putters in the past too….UNTIL their Tour rep showed up on our putting green one morning with this exact presentation.  I wasn’t in any particular hurry, so I picked up the one that looked the least offensive to me to have a look.  The fellow adjusted the length and lie on an Original black Si5, and I was bombing in 25’ers like my namesake.”

Entire Thread: “New SeeMore putters”

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  1. stevek

    Nov 27, 2018 at 3:02 pm

    Static alignment at Address is prone to two problems.
    1. The chosen line is wrong so alignment at Address is irrelevant.
    2. The moment you move the putter into dynamic stroking mode all the static alignments are lost. How do you maintain dynamic control of the putting stroke?

    • Benny

      Nov 28, 2018 at 10:37 am

      I agree with Stevek above. He sounds like an engineer while I am a salesman so cannot speak to his comments. But will say I have tried the alignment set up and it always feels off. Like the face is pointing left. Not to mention the putter is a lot like an iron where the player has different ways to hold and stroke the putter. So that alignment does not help. I will say that SeeMore putters are quality made and have had a couple good ones.

      • stevek

        Nov 28, 2018 at 6:38 pm

        Thank you, Benny…. you are correct in your observations. See More putters may give you added confidence at Address and that will make you feel better when you start your putting stroke. However, these fancy modern putters are no better than a well controlled Bullseye putter, and that only happens after long and intensive practice putting. No magic putter out there.

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GolfWRX Spotlight: Arias True Zero Offset D-23 irons

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Product: Arias True Zero Offset D-23 irons 

Pitch: From the company…

  • Easiest irons to align at the target on the market.
  • Classic no offset look at address reminiscent of past generation’s most iconic iron designs.
  • Full cavity back, midsize blade length, blade height and sole width
  • Modern friendly sole grind with beveled leading and trailing edge makes this iron easy to play both from the fairway and the rough
  • 431SS with proprietary heat treatment.

Our take on the Arias Zero Offset D-23 irons

There are a lot of parameters involved in the design of an iron, including, but not limited to: material, blade length, sole width, camber, bounce, hosel length, groove configuration, and of course offset. Offset is one of the design characteristics that can be quite polarizing from a looks perspective, depending on the golfer. We golfers are a picky bunch when it comes to how our clubs look, but that has less to do with handicap or skill level and more to do with just plain personal preference.

That’s where J.R Robert comes in. Hailing from a custom fitting and building background, with years of experience and having a preference for zero offset clubs, he set out to design an iron that would be both preferred by the better players but playable for golfers of varying skill level that prefer a club with no offset. The result is the Arias D-23 with True Zero Offset.

I got the chance to speak with J.R about his design and he explained his goals for the D-23 irons

“The goal was to create an iron model that was forgiving enough for a higher handicap player while blending together features the better player would demand.”

Through prototyping and testing, J.R found the D-23 zero offset helped golfers with alignment issues get set up to there intended target easier, and for those who had issues with missing left (speaking to right-handed golfers) the Zero Offset D-23 helped correct for that too. J.R admits that although they are very playable, golfers that struggle with leaving the face open at impact might not be the ideal candidates.  Also, those who are used to offset in their clubs might at first be turned away from the design, but for players that have always enjoyed the look of a club with less offset, these are clubs that should go right to the top of the list.

For more information on the D-23s, along with the line of M-29 onset wedges from Arias Golf, you can visit their website at True Zero Offset

 

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Forum Thread of the Day: “Your favorite blade irons?”

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Today’s Forum Thread of the Day comes from moorebaseball, who asks fellow members what their favorite blade irons are. Our members discuss what blades they consider to be best for them, and why, while also contributing plenty of great photos of their prized possessions.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • greenpiece: “MP-14 is my all-time favorite. Great feel, turf interaction, and control.”
  • BMC: “The Callaway 2018 Apex MB feel incredible and are fairly easy to hit. I started playing blades in 1988 – Wilson Staff fluid feel. Those Apexes are sweet.”
  • bodhi555: “I’d say any of the models Nike brought out when they were in the game – the OGs, VR TW or VR Pros. Current favourites are the VR Pros, usual great Nike looks and crisp feel, but the grooves are savage and put unreal amounts of spin on the ball. No harder to hit than a player’s CB either. Only challenge is finding a decent set. It took me 18 months of scouring eBay and Golfbidder to find mine.”
  • bfp9: “My favorites: 2006 Hogan Apex. OG Nike Blades. Taylormade RAC TP MB. Mizuno MP-32. I’ve only hit older blades as you can see. I tried the PXG experiment, and that failed, so I’m sticking to what I know. To me old blades = new blades. Nothing has changed significantly enough to warrant new ones for me, except the grooves wearing thin on my Hogans.”
  • kiwi1982: “MP-69. Traditional, proper weighting, great feel.”

Entire Thread: “Your favorite blade irons?”

 

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C.T. Pan’s winning WITB: 2019 RBC Heritage

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Driver: Titleist TS2 (9.5 degrees)
Shaft: Fujikura Atmos 6 Blue X

3-wood: Titleist TS3 (16.5 degrees)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei CK 70 TX

Irons: TaylorMade M3 (2/3), Titleist 718 T-MB (4), Titleist 718 AP2 (5-9 iron)
Shafts: Project X HZRDUS Red 85 (M3), Project X 6.0 (others)

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM7 (46-10F, 52-08F, 62-08M), Titleist Vokey 2017 Prototype (58-10K)
Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 (Purple)

Putter: Scotty Cameron Prototype

Ball: 2019 Titleist Pro V1x

Grips: Golf Pride MCC

Another look at Pan’s wedges, c/o Vokey wedge rep, Aaron Dill on Instagram

 

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