2008 PGA Merchandise Show: Putters
Golf manufacturers from around the world are descending on Orlando for the 2008 PGA Merchandise Show. Among all the clubs on display at the annual Demo Day were some hot new putters. Take a look at some of the most interesting flat sticks around.
Back in 1999, SeeMore putters got a lot of exposure after Payne Stewart used one to win the U.S. Open at Pinehurst. In 2007, Zach Johnson used a SeeMore putter when he won the Masters.
Before this year, the shafts of all SeeMore putters attached straight into the head. But the new line of SeeMore putters includes models with an offset "Whistle Shaft" for players who prefer to have their hands slightly ahead of the ball at address and impact. While the new shaft has a bend, it still uses the popular "Riflescope" technology, which helps players keep the face of the putter square.