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SeeMore, Heavy Putter Remain Hot on Tour

SeeMore Putter Company and Heavy Putter continue to blaze trails on the PGA Tour, as evidenced on Sunday’s leaderboard at the AT&T Classic.

Zach Johnson is the blowtorch for SeeMore at the moment, winning the AT&T Classic while wielding the same SeeMore putter that he used to win the Masters (you may recall that PutterZone.com was on the SeeMore case before Johnson won at Augusta, as evidenced here and here). But Johnson isn’t alone on tour with his SeeMore putter. Just last week at the Players Championship, seven pros put SeeMore putters into play, a record for the company. 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 acquired and reenergized by new owners earlier this year. To say that the new SeeMore Putter Company is off to a good start would be an understatement.

Meanwhile, followers of the Heavy Putter know that Troy Matteson won the Frys.com Open using a Heavy Putter A1 model last October. Matteson was again atop the leaderboard on Sunday morning, but some unfortunate late breaks—including a plugged ball in the lip of a trap—cost him some shots. Still, he finished tied for third at 12 under par. The putter he was using featured Heavy Putter’s familiar green grip, but the putter head looked different than existing models. PutterZone.com has confirmed that Matteson was, indeed, using a Heavy Putter prototype. However, I was unable to confirm whether or not this prototype represents something that will come to market anytime soon. Regardless, mark my words: the Heavy Putter story is just beginning.

About Sean Weir

Sean Weir is the founder and editor of PutterZone.com, and the author of Putter Perfection, the definitive guide to putter fitting. Profile: Google+

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