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Review: Seemore m3 Putter

The following review of the Seemore m3 Putter is our second review done by our friend, Anthony Cornetto. We hope you enjoy the review, and you can expect to see some more excellent equipment reviews from him in the near future. Now onto the review!

Background

For the last week, I’ve been playing with a 33″ SeeMore m3 milled putter. I have been struggling with alignment, and these putters have an alignment system called “RifleScope” that helps make sure your blade is square to where you are aiming (more on this later, it’s an awesome system!)

The new line of mSeries milled putters takes the record setting SeeMore RifleScope alignment system to an entirely new level of product excellence. The mSeries combines the beauty, precision, accuracy and feel of 100% milled heads with the proprietary alignment benefits of RifleScope Technology (RST)

SeeMore’s patented RifleScope alignment technology allows the golfer to set up the putter perfectly square each and every time in relation to the intended target line, by lining up the black bottom portion of the shaft between two white lines and covering the signature red dot on the heel of the top line. It is like locking radar onto a target

Features

  • The m3 is a classic mallet with center shaft and RifleScope Technology.
  • 100% milled 303 stainless steel head accounting for 95% of mass.
  • 100% milled 6061 lightweight aircraft aluminum back cavity insert.
    • Creates higher moment of inertia (MOI) and an expanded sweet spot.
    • Merges with 303 stainless steel head to enhance feedback and feel.
  • Standard head weight 345 grams, loft 3.5 degrees, lie angle 70 degrees.
  • Standard grip is a Golf Pride classic 3 size options.
  • The m3 is available in left hand.
  • Custom lie options available.

Available in lengths of 33″, 33 1/2″, 34″, 34 1/2″, 35″, 35 1/2″, 36″, 36 1/2″, and custom

Specifications

  • 345 grams
  • 3.5 degree loft
  • True Temper shaft
  • Golfpride grip

Shaft angles

  • Standard (70°)
  • Upright (72°)
  • Flat (68°)

Look and Feel

For a 33″ putter, this putter is fairly heavy, which is exactly what I am looking for. It’s 345g, which allows me to feel the head throughout the entire stroke. The SeeMore grip is nice and tacky, without being so sticky that you feel like your hands are stuck to the grip. This grip is very similar to a grip GolfPride used to make, but no longer carries that I used to like on all my putters. The look of the putter is just stunning. While I prefer a mallet design over an Anser style, some mallets can be downright ugly. Not this one! There is nothing out of place with the design of this club. The metallic finish does not reflect the sun too much, so it does not get into your eyes. The alignment aid on the top line (1 notch in the center) and the 2 alignment aids on the mallet itself help get yourself lined up properly.

The star of the show, however, is the RifleScope technology. It’s SO SIMPLE it just makes you scratch your head and say, “Why didn’t I think of that sooner?” Basically, you line up your putt so the shaft hides the red portion and you can still see the 2 white lines on either side of it. It’s hard to take a picture of the lines lined up while you are holding a camera and putter, but you get the idea. Trust me, in practice, it’s SIMPLE to see and to do.




The headcover is also awesome looking with “dancing RifleScopes” all throughout the putter. The only critique of this putter I have is that, at least for the m3, the putter cover does not seem to fit what is needed. It looks like it was designed for the m1 or m2 (both Anser like), and it’s difficult to get this cover onto the putter. Also, for the walkers out there, be careful, it popped off twice on me in 45 holes while I was walking. However, if this is the ONLY problem I can find with the putter, then you know you have a good putter!

Performance

As for the putter itself, the extra weight just makes it so easy to stroke in 5-8 footers. I’ve played 45 holes with it so far, and I’ve yet to miss anything inside 8 feet. For those of you who know my game (not many yet), that’s an accomplishment! A typical round for me is 12 greens in regulation (I play to a 4.1 index currently) and about 36 putts. I miss more than my share inside 8 feet normally. My biggest problem is alignment, and this seemed to eliminate that. I felt so much more confident over those putts it wasn’t even funny. One of the guys in my regular Friday group, who usually makes fun of my putting, even came up to me today and said, “You’re putting great, it must be the new putter!” On longer putts, the alignment aid is still very helpful. If you typically put a line on your ball for putting, the RifleScope coupled with the line on your ball running right through the line on the topline of the putter is just an amazing help. I didn’t hit one putt that didn’t start on my intended line in 45 holes (now if I can just get that intended line to be more accurate, I may be onto something!).

Conclusion

Conclusion I would DEFINITELY recommend this putter, even if you are not having alignment issues. It’s worth every penny of the price they are asking for it. The putter just feels like something of substance in your hands. The staff at SeeMore should be commended for making such a great product. I really appreciate the fact that they let us review this putter, and took the time to help me get into the right specs before sending it out. Jeremy from SeeMore gave me a call, and we talked about what I was looking for prior to them sending it over. I think the quality workmanship of the club, plus Jeremy’s help, have got me into a putter that will stay in my bag for a while! Thanks again SeeMore!

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Discussion

6 comments for “Review: Seemore m3 Putter”

  1. I just wanted to comment on the putter cover, if you look on the website, the cover you got IS designed for the smaller head series, there are some covers that are made specifically for the M3 so wherever you got it from they gave the wrong one. I’ve been walking with mine for a couple of weeks and it hasn’t fallen off once, because it is an M3 specific headcover. Also, I agree about Seemore, I’ve been using one of there putters for a while now, and just switched to the M3, after putting with a Seemore I do not even want to look at another putter. This M series of putters rivals any putter on the market in looks and feel, and as a college golfer, I’ve tried them all!!!!

    Fairways and Greens,
    DSP Aaron

    Posted by Aaron | March 10, 2008, 8:06 am
  2. I got the headcover from SeeMore themselves….

    Posted by Anthony | March 10, 2008, 9:13 pm
  3. does it have “M3″ stitched on it?

    Posted by Aaron | March 14, 2008, 6:05 pm
  4. its too bad that they sent you the wrong headcover, though it is a very good looking one!!!! i have the green basket weave with M3 stitched on it, i’d recommend it cuz it stays on nice and solid. Roll ‘em true!!!

    DSP Aaron

    Posted by DSP Aaron | March 15, 2008, 9:17 am
  5. Love my M1 putter, but very disappointed in the cover. I have lost two covers this year. I am currently using a titelist cover.

    Posted by Ross | February 10, 2011, 9:20 pm

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