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Invisible anchor point for setup and stroke - SeeMore's RST

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#1 SeeMore Putters

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 11:09 AM

Video of Invisible Anchor Point for Setup and Stroke

The focus in putting goes back to natural fundamentals, just like in your golf swing. Pat O’Brien has been the leader in teaching putting fundamentals for over a decade.  O’Brien believes successful fundamentals in putting can be achieved with great instruction, even with a short putter. O’Brien’s SPi instruction reinforced with a SeeMore Putter has won two major championships and tour putting titles.  SeeMore putters have been used to win 16 PGA Tour events.

There has never been a better time to wake up players who complain about their putting and provide them with a simple system that works!

The answer to great putting is to use SeeMore’s RST to reinforce consistent:

- Ball Position

- Head Position

- Loft

- Hand Position

- Forearm Position

- Synchronized alignment of the club face, eyes and the entire body

A golfer needs feedback to implement a system. At setup and throughout the stroke, a SeeMore standard length putter features the benefits of an anchored putter with an invisible fulcrum!

The main reason why golfers used the anchored putter was to obtain a consistent set-up, ball position and stroke.  Under the proposed rule change a golfer may use a belly or long putter but with out anchoring it to the body.  This golfer will still need to set-up correctly and have the ball in the same position.  Utilizing the RST in this fashion will still help the person who wants to continue to use a SeeMore belly or long putter.

Let us know your thoughts.

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 02:40 PM

well, you know my opinion...lol.


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