SeeMore FGP Black Putter
Category: Blade Putters
WE TESTED: 35" shaft length
KEY TECHNOLOGIES: The majority of head weight is behind the middle of the face to improve release through impact. "RifleScope" alignment aid helps to ensure that proper loft is maintained at impact.
DISTANCE CONTROL: Testers consistently roll putts from all distances to within easy two-putt range; controlling the roll is a breeze once you embrace the pendulum stroke.
FEEL: Center hits are soft yet crisp and send lots of feedback to the hands; a big difference between center contact and misses, in a good way; substantial weight makes it easy to swing through the hitting zone.
LOOK: Simple and fairly basic but still attractive; alignment system is helpful and easy to use without being distracting; dark matte finish blocks glare and looks great at address.
A few testers don't care for the alignment system or the center shaft design; a minority of guys find it a bit heavy.
BOTTOM LINE: One of the top-ranked models. The clubhead's clever alignment device works well, as does the center-shaft and center-weight design.
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