The SeeMore Putter Company is already enjoying a successful U.S. Open—and the tournament hasn’t even started yet.
Indeed, three out of the 30 players who qualified for this week’s U.S. Open at the local and sectional levels did it with SeeMore putters in their hands.
Josh Brock of University of North Carolina Wilmington qualified as an amateur. Charlie Beljan of the Gateway Tour sank a putt in sudden death at the Colorado sectional qualifier to earn his ticket.
And Matt Nagy, who is ranked just 773rd in the college circuit, got a last-second call as a qualifier alternate and promptly shot a course record of 63 to pave his way to Bethpage Black. One newspaper account accurately called it a “major miracle.”
SeeMore just keeps delivering Cinderella stories. Two years ago, it was Zach Johnson winning the Masters with a SeeMore FGP model. Ten years ago, it was Payne Stewart winning the U.S. Open at Pinehurst with his own FGP.
So don’t be surprised if you see another rabbit come out of SeeMore’s hat in the near future.
P.S. Click here for more about the story of Payne Stewart and his SeeMore putter.