How to use a Seemore Putter
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  • How to use a Seemore Putter
    The best one minute video that you will ever see to have you making more putts. SeeMore Putter Company -
  • Simple System - RST - Hiding the Red Dot Improves Putting
    Learn a Simple and Fun way to make more putts consistently with a SeeMore putter -
  • SeeMore Putter - Face Balanced At Impact (Two Tee Drill)
    Face Balanced At Impact (Two Tee Drill) - See what a face balanced at impact putter means. For more information visit
  • Benefits of RST (RifleScope Technology - Hide the Red Dot and See the Two White Lines)
    Benefits of RST (RifleScope Technology) - With every SeeMore model, the putting stroke follows a perfect arc backward and forward where the putter releases perfectly as the it squares to the target line and on a slight upstroke, promoting a consistently perfect roll. The SeeMore RST helps the golfer stay on the perfect path throughout the stroke."Hide the Red Dot" allows the golfer to set up the putter consistently every time in relation to the intended target, leading to a better set up, better alignment, and a better stroke. Simply line up the black bottom portion of the shaft between two white lines and cover the signature red dot on the heel of the top line.
  • Invisible Anchor Point
    Learn how a SeeMore Putter is an invisible anchor point - Using three different types of putters - Standard Length, Counter-Balanced and Non-Anchored Belly.
  • Why Use a SeeMore Putter - One Simple System
    SPi video explaining the use of a SeeMore putter and how simple the system is to use. For more information visit
  • Importance of Ball Position
    Using a SeeMore putter allows you to have a consistent ball position for every single putt. For more information visit
  • How to use a SPi Orange Ball
    SeeMore wants to help everyone consistently establish natural, neutral angles at setup. SeeMore's patented RifleScope Technology (RST) is most beneficial when a golfer understands that establishing correct fundamentals is the most effective way to improve. To show what a golfer's body naturally wants to do when setting up to a shot, grab a small item that weighs 2-3 pounds. In this video, a 2 lb. yoga ball is utilized to establish consistent posture and stance on every putt.
  • SeeMore RifleScope Technology
    Buy Direct Hide the red dot for the best putting of your life using RifleScope Technology. Learn a simple system of putting from SeemMore putters and Pat O'Brien.

Riflescope Technology

The patented RST, known by a visible gun sight on the top line, allows the golfer to set up the putter perfectly each and every time in relation to the intended target line.

Simply line up the black bottom portion of the shaft between two white lines and hide the signature red dot on the heel of the top line.

The two parallel white sight lines frame the shaft and serve as an indicator that the golfer is in perfect position to make a consistent and reliable stroke.

Putting tips from SeeMore

  • Putting Fundamentals with Pat O'Brien

    Although he was working with PGA Tour players Zach Johnson and Vaughn Taylor, Pat O'Brien kept a low profile teaching at the Practice Tee in Richardson.
  • Three Putting Myths Shot Down

    Back in the day, golf course superintendents didn't have access to the agronomy techniques we do now. Greens were slower, so you needed to pop the ball pretty aggressively to get it up and moving. Green conditions have changed since the 1950s, but the same putting principles are commonly taught, and they don't promote the more flowing stroke you need today.
  • Mastering Your Putting Grip

    Get a grip with these pro tips from putting master, Pat O'Brien.
  • The Art of Putter Alignment

    Eye dominance can play a role in putting, but only if you allow it. I do not want to downplay peoples' concerns about it, rather I want to relate my years of experience in how to neutralize it. I also want to warn you about how you can avoid it, which will get into what kind of putter I believe you should use. - by Pat O'