What we say...
Seemore Nashville Z1C Platinum Putter Review: You should know:
Seemore have a patent on their RifleScope Technology alignment system, which they say adds confidence at address as golfers see when they’re correctly set up. The Nashville is milled in the USA from stainless steel and Seemore reckon the putter is “balanced to plane” which means it naturally wants to return square at impact. After winning two majors with SeeMore putters Zach Johnson is naturally a big fan.
Seemore Nashville Z1C Platinum 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 mirroring Zach Johnson’s stroke, with your hands behind the ball at address. That said two testers holed a stack of putts with the Z1C from a mid-range so there’s definitely something in the concept.
Seemore Nashville Z1C Platinum Putter Review: Verdict
Stroke balancing means naturally the Z1Cs weighting wants to keep the blade square to your target line, which is a nice bit of thinking, you won’t find in most other putters. At this price you absolutely have to get fitted, and make sure the Riflescope alignment idea brings something extra to your dance floor performance.
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