Franklin, TN (April 20, 2009) -- The SeeMore Putter Company congratulates Briny Baird for his outstanding play this weekend at the Verizon Heritage, where a Saturday switch to a new SeeMore m1 belly putter helped him go on a tear over the weekend with 10 birdies and only one bogey in 36 holes, including many clutch putts down the stretch, to propel him into a tie for second and earn a career best paycheck of $501,000.
“We are proud that Briny chose a SeeMore m1 belly putter to help him to this great finish and continue the incredible momentum he has had on the PGA Tour over the past several years,” said Jim Grundberg, SeeMore Managing Partner. “Briny has always been one of the great birdie makers on the PGA Tour with his incredible ball striking, using a SeeMore FGP putter to compile one of the great records in golf the past 3 years.”
“Briny Baird’s accomplishments the past 3 years speak for themselves. He has made an astounding 85% of his cuts since 2007 (62 of 73), including finishing 27th in FED EX Cup points in 2008 and is currently 23d in FED EX CUP points in 2009. We are delighted that he stayed with SeeMore when making a move to a belly style putter,” said Ted Gallina, SeeMore’s PGA Tour Director.
Deadly Precise Putters and Putting System
SeeMore putters feature its patented Riflescope Technology alignment system (RST), known by a visible gun sight on the top line, allows the golfer to set up the putter perfectly each and every time in relation to the intended target line. This is accomplished by lining up the black bottom portion of the shaft between two white lines and covering a signature red dot on the heel of the top line. The process is like locking radar onto a target. The two parallel white sight lines frame the shaft and serve as an indicator that the golfer is in perfect position to make a consistent and reliable stroke
SeeMore originally became recognized when Payne Stewart won the 1999 U.S. Open playing a SeeMore putter. Stewart one-putted the last three holes to win the championship by one stroke. He sunk what’s considered to be the longest putt in Open history on the 18th hole to win the tournament. Stewart also won the overall putting title for fewest putts per round over the entire 1999 season.
The brand was re-launched in 2007, and immediately regained worldwide prominence as Zach Johnson used a SeeMore FGP to win the 2007 Masters. Johnson also set the all-time putting average record on the Nationwide Tour for the entire season in 2003 (1.699 putts per GIR). Johnson has won 4 PGA tour events with his SeeMore FGP in the past 24 months on tour.
SeeMore’s newly redesigned website at www.seemore.com and new www.seemoreputtersblog.com has many new features including videos about the proprietary SeeMore putting system and its proven and patented RST alignment system as well as news about SeeMore’s remarkable legacy and Tour success. SeeMore putters are custom made in Franklin, TN.