SeeMore Salutes Red Hot Zach Johnson Wins Colonial For 2nd Time In 3 Years, 8th PGA Tour Victory Winner Moves To 3d In 2012 FedEx Cup Standings
(Franklin, TN - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) SeeMore recognizes another great victory for the winner of this week's prestigious 2012 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, Zach Johnson, who has now won at this famous track twice in 3 years for his 8th PGA Tour Victory. The win moves Johnson even higher into the ranks of the All Time great players with his 8th career victory, including a Major Championship. Johnson's 8 career PGA Tour victories place him 3d on the All Time victory list among players currently under 40, and his career earnings of $24.8 million place him 8th on the All Time PGA Tour money list among players currently under the age of 40. Cleary Johnson has become one of the greatest winners of his generation.
Johnson is red hot right now, with a Victory (Colonial) and 2 second place finishes (RBC Heritage, The Players) in his last 4 starts, and over $2.4 million in winnings in those 4 events.
Every one of Johnson's victories have taken place using his trusted SeeMore FGP blade style putter, with SeeMore's patented and proven RST (RifleScope Technology) alignment system. By "hiding the red dot" Johnson uses the same putting system that was originally introduced to him by SeeMore teaching ambassador Pat O'Brien and that is now being taught to golfers all over the world through the SeeMore Putter Institute (SPi).
Johnson led the field at Colonial in putting, taking only 101 putts over the course of 4 rounds. His putting average and strokes gained putting also put him at or near the top of the field and helped him to hold off the other hottest player on tour for the victory. Year to date Johnson is 1st overall in one putt percentage on tour, 1st on tour in par 5 performance, 1st in scrambling from over 30 yards, 3d in Putting Average, and 3d in fewest putts per round.
SeeMore Launches SPi
The reason why this week's winner, or any TOUR player, mini-tour, college player or top amateur uses a SeeMore Putter, is because of the results that they see on a daily basis using the "SeeMore System." The instant feedback is given as soon as the putt is hit. This is what our SPi Instructors teach on a daily to their students.
Not only do these players use the benefits of the SeeMore system, but also our 140 worldwide SPi Instructors. Both TOUR players and SPi Instructors see how a consistent set-up, consistent ball position will lead to a more consistent stroke. Therefore being able to learn your good putting stroke from your bad putting stroke.
SPi brings our passion and teaching platform to the teaching professionals in a way that is helping them grow their competence, confidence, and teaching breadth in all things putting. SPi trains and certifies golf instructors, and then helps them find students, juniors, and mini-tour players to bring into a putting training program. It creates a huge win-win, and is one of the freshest ideas in the golf industry in a long time. SPi already has nearly 20 teachers who have rapidly advanced through this training to where they are becoming regional leaders in putting instruction. If you are a golf instructor and would like to become a SPi Certified Instructor, please contact Ted Gallina at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information. We will teach you to learn to enjoy putting instruction.
SeeMore Putter Institute
SeeMore has also recently launched the SeeMore Putting system to golfers in the form of introducing the SeeMore Putter Institute (SPi), where golfers and instructors will be able to come together in person and online to share these fundamental ideas about how to improve putting performance, including the new discussion about belly putters.
SPi is a learning system based on the simple fundamentals of finding proper grip, alignment, stance, and posture that allow a natural, free, and simple putting stroke on each and every putt.
"SeeMore has been working on the roll out of the SPi idea for several years now, and in fact had a soft launch of the program during 2011 with a global team of instructors, where we really ironed this out to be a program that first and foremost worked for the needs of the hundreds of teaching instructors
who told us they had a real void when it came to putting instruction," stated Jim Grundberg, SeeMore's CEO. "It is based on the teachings of our key global teaching and tour instructors, and the input of many of the tour players they work with, which have used SeeMore putters and the SeeMore system for years to improve putting performance in practice and in play on all tours."
Becoming SPi Certified will help golf teachers formulate a complete teaching plan to help their existing students and recruit new students to become great putters using the SeeMore system that has won 2 Major Championships and set numerous putting records on the PGA Tour. It is a complete game plan, which will give any golf instructor a new level of confidence in the proper teaching and fitting involved in putting instruction. Becoming certified to teach the system initially consists of online training and personal coaching. For more interest, contact Ted@SeeMore.com
SeeMore's patented 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 in the greatest final round putting performance in US Open History. The brand was re-launched in 2007, and immediately regained worldwide prominence as Zach Johnson used a SeeMore FGP to win the 2007 Masters. Pat O'Brien, SeeMore's Putting Ambassador, developed his unique putting philosophy and teaching based on his friendship and observation of Payne Stewart, '99 US Open Championship winner.
O'Brien, putting coach of Masters Champion Zach Johnson and fellow Ryder Cup team member and perennial Tour putting leader Vaughn Taylor, began coaching both Taylor and Johnson as they advanced from the Hooters tour to the Nationwide tour, PGA tour, the Ryder Cup and to the Masters championship in seven years. Their success was based on the strength of consistently good putting. Taylor and Johnson have also both won tour putting titles using SeeMore putters.
In 2011 D.A. Points used a SeeMore putter to win the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Also in 2011 to two Nationwide tour players used a SeeMore putter to secure a 2012 PGA Tour card. Russell Knox won the Chiquita Classic and Kyle Reifers received the 1st place check from the Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational. SeeMore's website at www.seemore.com
has many new features about SeeMore's remarkable legacy, technology, and tour success. SeeMore putters are custom made in Franklin, TN.