The SeeMore Putter Company announced today that its entire new line of mSeries putters and its original FGP model have now been played on the PGA Tour. Considering that the mSeries was launched just five months ago, one has to conclude that SeeMore Putter Company is having a very good year. It doesn’t hurt when the 2007 Masters Champion uses one your putters.
The mSeries consists of four models: the m1, m2, m3 and mFGP. The mSeries putters were conceived by SeeMore’s new Chief Designer Andre Shmoldas. According to SeeMore: “This is a dream come true for Andre, who consulted extensively with PGA Tour pros to design the new mSeries…Andre integrated all of those factors with his engineering knowledge and SeeMore’s RifleScope Technology (RST) alignment system to produce the dramatic new mSeries.”
SeeMore first became recognized when Payne Stewart won the 1999 U.S. Open by sinking some epic putts with his SeeMore putter. The company subsequently suffered from poor management and flirted with obscurity before it was recently acquired and reenergized by its new owners, Jim Grundberg and Jason Pouliot.
Stay tuned for more insights into the mSeries putters here on PutterZone.com.