The original brass SeeMore FGP blade is most known for its starring performances at the 1999 U.S. Open and the 2007 Masters, when Payne Stewart and Zach Johnson, respectively, wielded it on the path to victory.
Now comes a new stainless steel version of the FGP at a sweet price of $185 in a nickel satin or nickel black finish. A companion FGP2 mallet is also part of the new series.
The new SeeMore FGP Stainless putters aim to serve a wider audience than the stainless steel mFGP model released a few years ago. Whereas the mFGP is entirely and expensively milled from a vigin block of metal, the new putters are initially cast prior to surface milling, allowing SeeMore to offer them for $140 less than the mFGP.
The FGP Stainless putters are available in the original straight shaft, as well as the newer offset “whistle” shaft, both of which work with SeeMore’s proprietary RifleScope alignment system.
Grip style, putter length and lie angle can all be customized at no additional cost when purchasing the new FGP Stainless putters from SeeMore.
The RifleScope system consists of a red dot on the crown of the putter, which is framed by two white lines. At address, the shaft of the putter visually obscures the red dot. The visual cue of the shaft framed by the two white lines enables the golfer to achieve a proper setup for consistent alignment.