Frequented Asked Questions

  1. Do you offer club repair?
  2. What address do I use to send my putter back for repair?
  3. Do I need a RA# (return authorization number) for my repair?
  4. Can I change the lie of my putter?
  5. How do I measure for correct length?
  6. How do I measure for correct lie?
  7. Are your hands behind the ball at address position when using a SeeMore putter?
  8. Do I need any special care for my CS (Carbon Steel) putter?
  9. How much is a lesson and fitting at the putter studio??
  10. How do I schedule a session in the putter studio?
  11. Do you ship international?
  12. What does FGP stand for?
  13. How does SeeMore measure putter length?
  14. How do I get a replacement grip?
  15. Which head cover fits my putter?

Do you offer club repair?

Yes, we offer club repair for your SeeMore Putter. Call 800-985-8170 to speak to a representative.

What address do I use to send my putter back for repair?

SeeMore Putter Company
Attn: Club Repair (RA#______)
277 Mallory Station, Suite #119
Franklin, TN 37067

Do I need a RA# (return authorization number) for my repair?

Yes, you do need a RA# (return authorization number) for your club repair. Issuing for RA# ensures that the correct repair will be made for your putter. Call 800-985-8170 to speak to a representative. You will be given an RA# and an email will be sent to you with a Repair Authorization form that will need to be included in the putter package.

Can I change the lie of my putter?

You can take your putter to a local club technician in your area and they can bend the lie of your putter 1-2 degrees flat or upright. If your club tech is uncertain, please have him call 800-985-8170 and we will direct the call to our head club director. Or you can always call and ask for us to change the lie of your putter for a repair charge of $25 plus $10 US ground shipping. (Will need to have RA# for return).

How do I measure for correct length?

The SeeMore system puts you in a consistent set-up. First bending at your hips and having your shoulders back - not rounded, do this. You should feel as if your are a little taller than your normal set-up.

Your eyes should be just inside the heel of the putter. Not over the top of the putter or over the ball like you have heard in the past. Having your eyes just inside the heel of the putter allows you to move your arms and hands back without manipulating the stroke (Close your eyes and just move your arms and hands back and forth - this is the feeling you should have).

In order to have your eyes just inside the heel of the putter you have to have the correct length putter (TIP: drop a golf ball at your address position - see where the ball lands).

Again, we want the ball to fall just inside the heel of the putter head. Once you get the correct length then you can turn your focus on lie.

How do I measure for correct lie?

At address position stand in front of a full-length mirror and look at your putter head. If the toe of the putter is up in the air, then you need a flatter lie. If the heel of the putter is up in the air, then you need an upright lie.

SeeMore putters standard lie is 70'. If you do need to adjust your lie, 2' either flat or upright is generally all that is required.

Are your hands behind the ball at address position when using a SeeMore putter?

If you take the SeeMore putter and extend your arms straight out at chest height (having putter parallel with ground), hide the red dot and see the two white lines. Move the putter straight down and you will have your consistent ball position just left of your zipper (for right handed golfers). Hands and ball position should be just left of your zipper for all putts.

Do I need any special care for my CS (Carbon Steel) putter?

You do not need special care for your CS putter. It has a proprietary protective coating already applied to the putter head.

How much is a lesson and fitting at the putter studio?

Each Putter Studio session is $75. Lesson and fitting last an hour and is a separate charge when purchasing the putter.

How do I schedule time for the putter studio?

Contact Ted Gallina at ted@seemore.com or calling 615-810-8544. Sessions are available Tuesday-Thursday from 9:00am-4:00pm CST.

Do you ship international?

See our International Dealer Locator or contact info@seemore.com for international questions.

What does FGP stand for?

FGP (or Featuring Ground Plumb) is a simple term to describe the many benefits of the FGP putter you purchased, which has won 2 great Major Championships. The putter not only has a precision alignment system (RST, featuring the 2 white lines and hiding the red dot), but the putter also is face balanced at impact, meaning that the putter head squares up naturally as the putter is in the hitting zone of the stroke.

How does SeeMore measure putter length?

Putter manufacturers measure putters in different ways; one company's 35 is another company's 34.5. Here at SeeMore we measure using a yardstick from the end of the grip down the shaft to the center tangent point of the sole directly under the shaft. Some other companies will measure from end of the grip down behind the heel. If you have any questions about measurement please call 800-985-8170, we will be happy to help.

Click here to view a YouTube video about measuring putter length

How do I get a replacement grip?

Visit the Grips section of our online store to find your replacement grip and place order.

Which head cover fits my putter?

Visit the Head covers section of our online store - and see our selection of head covers. All SeeMore head covers fit all SeeMore putter heads except for individual head covers that are for m5 and Sb putters, as stated.