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Seemore Mini Giant DF Putter Review: You need to know
SeeMore’s most recognisable putter shape, it’s won 3 majors (Zach Johnson and Payne Stewart) and has 20 tour victories to its name. The oversized head is created from soft milled aluminium, and 4 copper weights in the toe, heel and sole deliver ultimate MOI to size ratio say SeeMore. Blade putters can’t often boast of MOI performance but the Mini Giant certainly can.
Seemore Mini Giant DF Putter Review: We say
It’s really difficult to argue against a putting concept that’s helped Zach Johnson and Payne Stewart win major championships, so we won’t. We’ll actually go as far as saying we love the ‘hide the red dot’ concept, which is behind all Seemore models. It’s just to putt well out on the golf course you need to believe and buy into it.
And that’s the bit all three testers struggled with. Hiding the red dot isn’t quite as easy as you think, and often means (particularly if you have a forward press) you feel like you’re putting like Zach Johnson, with your hands behind the ball, which feels unnatural. Don’t get us wrong we loved the skilfully milled black aluminium head and the beautifully simple single sightline.
Seemore Mini Giant DF Putter Review: Verdict
You won’t find many blade putters that boast of high MOI performance, but the Giant DF has been specifically designed for the task, hence it’s four copper weights. It’s stroke balancing means naturally it doesn’t want to twist open during a putting stroke. At this price you have to get fitted, and make sure the Riflescope alignment idea brings something extra to your dance floor performance.
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