Golf in the era of James IV meant looking yonder and guessing the distance to the target. Today, you have golf laser rangefinders to get the distances down to centimetres. A golf swing is a highly technical process. You need to strategize and go against your biggest enemy on the golf course: uncertainty.
Laser rangefinders, the finicky wonders will let you pan out your attack better than Dwight Eisenhower. With new technology in town, they give you instant readings and a horde of other features. We have picked the absolute best of the lot and bring you the top 10 best golf rangefinders 2017. We have also categorized them as per the priority features. Based on expert reviews and golfers’ chatter, these babies can do you one better than your caddie!
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A. Fastest, Most Accurate Golf Laser Rangefinder
Bushnell Pro X7 Jolt Slope Rangefinder is the most dexterous golf rangefinder available in the market today. Whatever other rangefinders can do, Pro X7 can do one better. We found it to be the most dependable rangefinder in terms of yardages, the JOLT adding to our conviction. If you have the greenbacks to dole out, Pro X7 takes the limelight away from all competition.
The Bushnell Pro X7 laser rangefinder offers yardages with 0.5 yards accuracy between 5-125 yard distances.
It uses E.S.P2(Extreme.Speed.Precision) technology. We felt this ranges faster and more accurately than the older rangefinders. X7 can range from 5 yards to 1 mile or 550 yards to the flag.
There’s no beating the 7x magnification offered by X7. It is coupled with Vivid Display Technology with crosshairs. This made ranging so much easier for us with better contrast and clarity in your view. It displays the reading in red. It looks clearer to me on a sunny day compared to black letters.
PinSeeker Technology with JOLT is Bushnell’s trump card in many of their golf rangefinders. Pinseeker makes sure that X7 finds the flag amongst other distractions like trees or grass behind it. We were surprised and amused by the JOLT feature which gave us a little vibration when X7 locked on to the target. Between these two features, we got confirmed yardages within seconds.
Slope-adjusted distances are available with the X7 laser rangefinder. As an example, Bushnell states that a 150-yard distance with 6° inclination will range to 166 yards. With slope technology, we got the 166-yard estimation directly. So we did not fall short by 16 yards because of uphill terrain
The slope feature can be turned off in this model, but we wouldn’t guarantee its legality in tournaments. However, the X7 is also sold in a non-slope model which has all the features except slope distances. For our needs, it’s pretty handy and of average weight
The X7 is fully waterproof, so when it rained we could run and take cover without damaging the device on our way. The accompanying zipped carry case has webbing on the sides and a carabiner clip. We kept the case open and used it as a holder for the rangefinder
The battery slides into a tightly shut compartment. It can go up to 1400 ranges before it runs out. We haven’t had to charge it in this season yet.
- PinSeeker with Jolt
- Slope-elevated distances, can be turned off
- 7x magnification, 0.5-yard accuracy within 5-125 yards
- Comes with case-cum-holder
- Not as lightweight as moderately-featured rangefinders
B. Best Feature-Set In A Golf Rangefinder
Bushnell Tour Z6 golf rangefinder has the competitive chops to ride the cutthroat tide of the golf rangefinders market. Its select bunch of features is smartly valued in its price. It is pricier than the likes of TecTecTec VPRO500, but it makes every penny count.
The Bushnell Tour Z6 Golf Rangefinder was replaced by this Jolt version. This has the PinSeeker-Jolt technology which brought lightning speed to our distance-measuring process.
PinSeeker helped us locate the flag amongst other objects in the background. Jolt technology sent a customary shiver down our hands when the target was locked and correct distance was being displayed. Because of PinSeeker and Jolt, we got spot-on distances in no time and with minimal aiming. Z6 tells distances with 0.5-yard accuracy in 5-125 yard range. The yardages are displayed up to 1/10th of a yard.
The Z6 ranges from 5-1300 yards. We could target flags up to 450+ yards. The field of vision with Z6 is quite wide compared to other golf rangefinders in its price range.
The Vivid Display Technology features here as well. It worked in all lighting conditions and gave us consistently great contrast and sharpness of view. We could read the red numbers at any angle of the light.
It offers 6x magnification which was instrumental for us in spotting targets easily. The next level of magnification in X7 costs twice as much. Z6 golf rangefinder also uses the 2nd generation of Extreme.Speed.Precision technology. We found literally no lag between aiming and distance reading.
The metal casing of the Z6 is protected by rubber coating and grips. It is waterproof so we kept playing with in light drizzle. The HD lens also has RainGuard coating so our field of view remained clear.
The black, red and white contours of the Z6 are classic Bushnell colors. One design quirk we found impressive is how the Bushnell logo hides the mode button on this laser rangefinder.
- PinSeeker and Jolt
- 6x magnification
- 0.5-yard accuracy within 5-125 yards
- Vivid Display Technology
- Compact and waterproof
C. Best Value For Money Golf Rangefinder
TecTecTec with its bizarre name is a relatively new player in the golf rangefinder market. But their products come all guns blazing ninja-style into the picture. VPRO500 has made quite the name for itself for being an intuitive laser rangefinder. With three distance tracking modes and high-quality design at a price that shames the big brands, TecTecTec could be the next big thing in golf.
VPRO golf rangefinder offers 3 modes for distance measuring. The first is the Target Priority mode which finds the target at least distance and ignores all background distractions. We could locate the flagstick in front of a heavily wooded area.
Second mode, Distance Target Priority mode, picks the most distant target behind any obstacle like grass or bushes. We could locate flags behind talk grass and stray birds.
ProScan, the third mode of this laser rangefinder, is used to locate hazards and objects other than flagstick.
Based on common-sensical assumptions you can make wonderful use of these three modes. This versatility is new to golf town and we certainly made full use of it.
Unlike other rangefinders, VPRO500 works actively to locate the actual target and dismiss the unwanted objects on the golf course. PinSensor technology helped us with discerning overlapping targets.
We could measure up to 540 yards in a continuous scan mode with this rangefinder. VPRO500 flaunts a 6x magnification with multicoated optics in an entry level device, putting it in the same league as brands like Nikon. We found that it provides distances readily within one-yard accuracy. We could check the yardages and battery life on the ultra-clear lens display. It has a slick deign with 7 ounces weight and padding at the top and bottom gripping area.
The golf rangefinder was extremely easy to carry around in a handy carry case with straps to attach to our golf bag. Outside of golf we also made good use of it for hunting
To build customer faith in their brand TecTecTec offers 60 days money back guarantee and 1-year manufacturer warranty on VPRO500 golf laser rangefinder. The way the VPRO500 has been performing, we doubt that anybody would need it.
- Highly affordable
- PinSensor technology
- Three scanning modes based on targets
- Very lightweight and compact
- Some long yardages take time to be correct
D. Most Popular Golf Rangefinder
Bushnell Tour V3 Jolt golf rangefinder succeeded the wildly popular V2 rangefinder. By debuting the Jolt technology, the V3 opened up a feature-set that golfers covet. Much as we like the V4, we don’t think it has evolved much from the already popular design of V3. So V3 hits a sweet spot, price, and value-wise. Rick Fowler’s endorsement also bolstered our trust in V3.
The Bushnell Tour V3 Golf Rangefinder brought their Jolt Technology to the market for the first time. At the time, we had trouble connecting with the feature and we questioned its necessity. But now Jolt is a much-desired feature in many Bushnell products. As soon as the V3 locked in on the target, it sent a burst of vibration through our body. It can be really surprising at first.
The Jolt feature is a confirmation that the distance being displayed is the exact distance to the target. This feature can be turned off. V3 is a fast device. So sometimes even though it had already found the correct distance it didn’t ‘Jolt’ us until it was satisfied.
The PinSeeker technology helped us locate the flagstick from the clutter around it. It zeroed in on the flag even when our intended target was located in front of a wooded area, grass or other objects. It ranges between 10-1,000 yards. It will locate a flag within 300 yards with 1-yard uncertainty. It offers 5x magnification for viewing the field. We scanned through the view to get the distances on the screen in 3-5 seconds.
The V3 golf rangefinder uses the modern Bushnell color scheme of white, black and red. The sturdy body has rubber grips on the sides. These held the device tight in out sweaty palms. It weighs only 7.5 ounces. We found it easier to point because of the light weight and grip.
It comes with a premium carry case. The net webbing on the sides of the zippered case prevents this golf laser rangefinder from falling out. We hung the case on the case on our golf bag using a carabiner clip and used the case as a holder.
The Bushnell V3 golf rangefinder is fairly weather-resistant. With our use, it has lasted the entire season. This rangefinder is also available in a slope version which gives slope-elevated distances.
- PinSeeker with Jolt
- Flags up to 300 yards with 1 yard uncertainty
- Fast and reliable readings
- Jolt function is buggy
E. Best Compact Golf Rangefinder
Nikon 8397 Aculon is a pocket-sized laser rangefinder for golfers like me who hate to lug extra weight around. It is one of the most affordable golf rangefinders too. It keeps its feature-set simple in the interest of keeping the weight and the price down. The easy operation is what drew us to it.
The black body of the Nikon 8397 Aculon golf laser rangefinder felt smoothly finished in our hands. There are no jagged edges or the plasticky-feeling we expected at the price. The gripping area is contoured for ease of holding. There’s one button which controls the functionality of this device.
Without the battery, it weighs only 4.4 ounces. We think that is quite an achievement. Golfers who are forced to use clip-on devices just to avoid weight can rejoice. Aculon easily fits into our pocket. We had no trouble holding it steady.
This golf rangefinder ranges between 6 to 550 yards. The distances we got were accurate up to 1 yard in the 150 yards range. If the flagstick has a reflective marking, we found the distance to be similarly accurate up to 200 yards. Beyond that, the inaccuracy increased.
Aculon has a distance target priority mode. This mode will display the distance to object which is the farthest in a cluster. We used this mode to spot the pin behind tall grass and other objects.
The 8397 Aculon golf rangefinder offers 6x magnification. The view is clear in the average and bright light. In the dim light, we found it a tad more difficult to read. It is tournament-legal as it only tells normal distance.
It uses a CR2 battery which should last a golfing season. It’s easy to replace the battery of this rangefinder mid-game. The battery life is displayed on the screen. We utilized the automatic power-down to preserve charge when not in use.
The operation is fast and simple through the single button. One of our team members was especially impressed with the architecture of this Nikon golf laser rangefinder as it allowed him to view the course even with glasses on.
- Ultra-lightweight and ultra-compact
- Distance Target priority mode
- 6x magnification
- Water resistance
- Long ranges are not as accurate as bigger laser rangefinders
F. Best Golf Rangefinder With Slope
Bushnell Tour X is a charlatan in disguise. Is it legal, does it have slope-adjusted distances? The answer to both is yes. And the Tour X manages to pull this neat trick off with dignified grace. The price is on the high moderate side, but it’s still less expensive than Bushnell Pro X7. All the bells and whistles of the hi-end Bushnell rangefinders appear in Tour X.
The highlight of the Tour X golf rangefinder’s repertoire is the Exchange technology. It comes with a red and a black faceplate. We had to install them on the firing side of the rangefinder.
The black faceplate allows the Tour X to function as a normal golf rangefinder which is tournament-legal. However, when the red faceplate is engaged, it gives us slope-adjusted distances. This system made it tournament legal all the while being flexible and giving us slope-adjusted distances during practice games.
Another impressive feature is the Dual Display Technology. In low light, we used the Vivid Display which has more clarity and better contrast. This gave us the yardages in red font. In better light, we used the crisp black display which people like Richard found to be easier on the eyes.
We immediately noticed the speed of ranging. It uses PinSeeker Technology to spot the target amongst other objects. The Jolt Technology sent a shiver through our hand when it locked on the target. So we got confirmed distances at the speed of light.
The Tour X golf laser rangefinder can range between 5 to 1,300 yards with 0.5 yards uncertainty. We could measure distance accurately up to 450+ yards to the flag. It offers 6x magnification of the view. This rangefinder too sports the E.S.P 2 technology which ensures fast and reliable yardages.
An issue raised by buyers is that there are two models of the Tour X. One has mirrored lens and another has a normal lens. The former failed to perform for us in anywhere but bright light. Make sure you buy the newer model with a regular lens.
Tour X is waterproof. It uses a CR2 battery. It comes with the premium carry case, the same as Bushnell X7. With the loop at the back, we used it as a holder and a carry case.
- Exchange faceplate for slope-adjusted and normal distances
- PinSeeker and Jolt Technology
- Dual Display: Vivid and black
- Fast and accurate
- Two production models. One is faulty
G. Cheap Golf Laser Rangefinder
Simmons 801405 golf rangefinder is a budget rangefinder for the uninitiated. If you are a weekend golfer or just starting out with your golfing journey, this device can be a caddie on battery. The feature set is moderate. But it comes on a shoe-string budget as far as golf laser rangefinders are concerned.
The Simmons 801405 golf rangefinder ranges within 5-600 yards. The yardages are accurate to 1 yard within 200 yards. Beyond that, we saw the accuracy decline by small amounts. The distances are told in either meters or yards.
We viewed the field in 4x magnification on the in-view LCD display. This is not the top of the line, where we have 7x magnification.
The distances are measured with a single button press. We had an easy time testing it because it has no learning curve. Its Tilt technology provides horizontal distances as well.
This is not a relatively light rangefinder at 9.6 ounces. We also tried using it for hunting. Once your golfing skills grow out of its specific features, you can retain it for hunting and other activities.
A carry case is included in its pack. It has a loop for attaching the lanyard. So it can hang off your neck while you play.
Since the Simmons golf laser rangefinder uses a 9V battery, it lasts through more than a golfing season easily enough. The battery is replaceable we can change it on the course if it dies mid-game.
- Relatively Inexpensive
- Easy operation
- 9V replaceable battery
- Performance is average. Needs to be upgraded once you get better at the game
H. Other Notable Golf Laser Rangefinders
Bushnell Hybrid GPS/Laser Rangefinder is one of a kind. It is a bold foray by Bushnell and maybe a second edition would inspire more confidence amongst the golfers. But it’s an exciting device for the tech-savvy golfers who have the capital to spend on it. After all, it is the best of two technologies. We delved into the specs to find out more about this device.
The Hybrid golf rangefinder is not as massive as we expected. It’s done in black/white. Apart from the grips, you find a row of buttons at the bottom ledge which controls the functions.
The laser and GPS functionality are totally independent of each other. Laser fires with one button tap. It ranges in 10-10,000 yard range. We found that it ranges 300 yards to the flag with 1-yard uncertainty. We were a little disappointed that it offers only 5x magnification.
Laser mode of this golf rangefinder uses the PinSeeker technology to pick out the target amongst other objects. A visual icon confirms that the target has been locked. We couldn’t pan out and get instant distances though. It works only in PinSeeker mode.
The GPS side of the Hybrid stores a repository of 30,000-course maps. We didn’t have to pay any subscription fee for continued services. GPS came in handy when we didn’t get an accurate aim with the laser.
This golf rangefinder gives distance to the center, front and back of the green when in GPS mode. With Auto Hole and Auto course recognition, it can work independently of human interference. And we did interfere a lot in the first testing phase. The GPS mode also has the shot-tracking capability. We used the distances covered by our shots to estimate club averages.
A premium carry case, lanyard, and charging cable are part of the package..
The Hybrid works on a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery. It will live out 14-16 hours per charge cycle. We could check the battery life anytime with the indicator on the screen.
- Laser and GPS rangefinding modes
- PinSeeker Technology in laser mode
- 30,000 pre-loaded course in GPS mode
- No subscription fee
- Reasonably-priced now
- Bulky-looking device
The Leupold GX-4i2 brings competition to the doorstep of Bushnell Tour X. This golf laser rangefinder can give you the slope-adjusted distances and turn tournament-legal at the touch of a button. It has many other features which almost put it in the league of Garmin G8 GPS in terms of functionality. The GX-4i2 has better accuracy though.
This golf rangefinder also uses the faceplate concept. The chrome faceplate is for tournament play. It gave us line-of-sight distances. We could range up to 800 yards in this mode with 450 yards to the pin. We also got distances while panning.
The yellow faceplate gives you the slope-adjusted distances when engaged. This mode is not permitted in tournaments though.
We found that we could input temperature and altitude on this laser rangefinder. We then activated the True Golf Range(TGR) mode which claimed to give us accurate yardages based on these factors.
You can enter the club averages during the setup. Leupold GX-4i2 will use this to recommend clubs to you. In the TGR mode, the club recommendations will be more accurate. Its Pinhunter 2 feature picks out the flagstick from amongst a multitude of objects. We could view the field clearly on Vivid OLED display.
This golf rangefinder offers 6x magnification. It has a separate Fog Mode for the clearer view. Its Prism Lock technology intimated us when the target was locked for distance measuring. An audible beep can be engaged if you wish. The distances are obtained instantly with the Pinhunter and Prism features.
The GX-4i2 is constructed out of aircraft-grade aluminum. We thought it’s very compact and lightweight considering the features it packs.
A CR-2 Lithium-ion battery is included in the pack. Over time, it has slipped to a reasonable price. We would consider it as an excellent alternative to the Bushnell Tour X.
- Exchange faceplate for Line-of-sight and slope-adjusted distances
- Club recommendation
- Temperature and altitude-based distance correction
- Pinhunter features
- Lightweight and compact
- Shaky hands can throw its performance
Callaway 300 golf rangefinder has steep competition in its price range. Its performance brings it centerstage amongst the whirl of other devices. Barring Bushnell, the Callaway 300 is one of the few laser rangefinders we instantly liked in this price range. Smart, hassle-free operation, well-executed core features and a compact package, all characterize Callaway 300.
The Callaway 300 laser rangefinder ranges in 5-1000 yard range. We could detect the distance within 1-yard accuracy in up to 300-yard range. Very long distances may take multiple readings.
We used the Pin Acquisition Technology(P.A.T.) to fixate on the flag rather than the objects behind it. This is particularly useful when the flag is fluttering or does not have a reflective strip in the front.
This golf laser rangefinder offers 6x magnification. The view can be focused in or out based on personal preferences.
We panned across the landscape and got instant distances to many targets together. This feature is conspicuously missing in many Bushnell rangefinders.
This golf laser rangefinder offers 6x magnification. The view can be focused in or out based on personal preferences. We panned across the landscape and got instant distances to many targets together. This feature is conspicuously missing in many Bushnell rangefinders
Callaway 300 has another model, the 300 Pro. It has all the specs of 300 and the capability to give you slope-adjusted distances. We prefer the 300 for its tournament status. Another model, the Callaway Hybrid, has golf GPS/laser rangefinder hybrid functionality.
The Callaway 300 uses a CR2 battery. People have been known to use it for over a year without having to change batteries. This also depends on the usage though. We haven’t changed it yet.
The Callaway 300 is designed to be water and fog-proof. However, we suggest you avoid using them in extreme temperatures like below 50° F or above 100° F.
If you prefer an ultra compact system like Richard, you have the Callaway Micro-Prism Rangefinder which offers similar performance with proportionately lower ranging distances.
- Pin Acquisition Technology
- 6x magnification, 1-yard accuracy till 300 yards to the flag
- Good battery life
- No extra features, just the core feature set
1. Golf Laser Rangefinders vs Golf GPS?
This is a debate that glows like hot embers no matter how long ago the flame went out. Laser rangefinders have the ball when it comes to accuracy. They usually estimate the distance with 0.5 – 2 yard uncertainty compared to the golf GPS which are uncertain usually in 3-4 yards range.
Another major advantage is how the laser rangefinders are always tournament legal. Removable faceplates in some of the Bushnell rangefinders allow you to switch between slope-adjusted distances and line-of-sight distances.
Golf GPS have a lot of features like statistics tracking, scorecard, shot distance measurement etc.. But the prime problem lies with their tournament-status. Not all tours allow you to use golf GPS. Golfers who are particular about getting their distances right to the 2nd decimal would also support laser rangefinders.
2. Which Golf Rangefinder Should I Buy ?
Confused? Can’t decide because you are bombarded by information from all possible directions? Does each marketer sound like Jack Sparrow trying to sell you a new deal? It’s the uninvited, but inevitable, guest of the age we live in. If you are lost, it’s probably because your search is not streamlined. We have created the criteria for you that are an easy reference to help you get your prized golf gadget.
We have created the criteria for you that are an easy reference to help you get your prized golf gadget.
Accuracy presents the first divide between laser rangefinders and golf GPS devices. Laser rangefinders, if used with a steady hand, will give you distance reading accurate within a yard. This is tried and tested and widely accepted as of now. Golf GPS systems can also boast of comparable accuracy lately but not in all the models. That makes laser rangefinder a sure-shot investment in terms of getting exact distance measurements in absence of human error.
Your budget, an important consideration, also levels your decision towards either golf GPS systems or laser rangefinders. Golf GPS systems cost between $100 to $400 whereas, laser rangefinders start from $200 and the cheaper models may not work well. Costs per feature ratio will lean more favorably towards golf GPS devices.
Considering the accuracy, cost, performance, and features, you should decide between getting a laser rangefinder, golf GPS system or a golf GPS laser hybrid. Restricting this choice will take down a whole range of products from your list thus allowing you to focus on one type of device. Click here for a comparison between golf GPS devices and laser rangefinder.
Maximum Distance Range :
Depending on the expanse of the golf courses you usually play at, you should check the maximum distance range measured by the rangefinder. Whatever the manufacturer mentions on the product package may be tested under ideal conditions. For the real range, dwell into buyer reviews and check if they have reported the maximum distance range to be sufficient.
Apart from distance measurement, there are quite a few other features that you would like by your side, in a game of golf. Slope-adjusted distances, higher visibility, high magnification, water-resistance, pin seeking technology and more such features do make you feel invincible. Try and make a list of the features you absolutely need in the order of priority and find a device that corresponds. Laser rangefinders usually have fewer features than golf GPS handhelds.
Tournament Legal :
If you are serious about golf and intend to compete in golf tournaments then you would want to buy devices that are legal in competitions. And, if Local rule exists, devices with only distance measuring capabilities are allowed i.e laser rangefinders. For more clarifications, refer to our post on ‘Are Golf GPS allowed in competitions’.
Size and Design :
Since golf involves being on your feet for a long time, the physical dimensions of the rangefinder device become a major concern. If you are comfortable with carrying your rangefinder in the golf bag or golf cart, then laser rangefinders or handheld golf GPS would be welcome. However, if you are looking for wearable technology, golf GPS watches and belt/hat/visor clip-on are viable choices.
Convenience of use :
This boils down to how comfortable you are using your golf rangefinder. Is it easy to turn on and point at the target? Does it locate the target immediately? Does the course map load soon enough? Do you have to manually change your position after every shot on the GPS device. How much technology familiarity does the device demand and are you up for it? The whole point of the golf rangefinders is to aid your game and not slow you down.
Benefit Of The Customer With Use Of Golf GPS Rangefinder Products
- There are many golf GPS rangefinder devices available for golfers. Using the GPS golf devices becomes a mandatory necessity when you are serious about your game. These devices are trustworthy and highly helpful in improving your game of golf.
- You can master the game and improve your handicap in a relatively short time, with the help of golf GPS devices provided by key market players like Bushnell, Garmin, Nikon, Skycaddie, TomTom, and GolfBuddy. With so much advancement in technology, it is becoming easier by the day for golfers to improve their game enormously by taking help of the right golf GPS devices.
- It is highly recommended that you use the rangefinders for your GPS needs as they use laser technology to hit the target spot on. You can forget worrying about downloading maps and such things like satellite signals, when you use a rangefinder GPS device. It is as simple as pointing your rangefinder at the target and you get a lock to aim your shot at.
- These days elevation can also be measured using the rangefinder. Bushnell has a rangefinder which measure the distances from the slope. By making use of such technological advances, you can definitely improve your game, have a satisfying round of golf and impress your peers to boot.
How To Pick The Best Golf GPS Rangefinder
Here is step by step instructions to pick the best golf GPS rangefinder equipment:
- The first and foremost step is obviously to decide your budget range.
- Next step is to decide what features you need in the golf rangefinder device you want.
- Then check out the reviews of the products from various golf rangefinder manuafactures providing the features you need.
- Also, check closely the peer reviews with your colleagues and golf friends about the best GPS rangefinders
- After that, you have to check the online dealer's prices, compare them and get the best deal. See if your local store offers better deals.
- And of course, the final step is to take the pluinge and buy the rangefinder device. With all the effort you have put into this you will definitely succeed in buying the best golf rangefinder device
Future Trends In Best Golf Rangefinder 2018
Bushnell Tour X has hit the jackpot with the removable faceplate technology. They moved way ahead of the current technology and established their foothold. So Tour X is here to stay in 2018 too. Bushnell’s more conservative products like the Tour Z6 also have a lot of takers because of the reliable quality. Pin Seeker and Jolt technologies have been accepted open-heartedly by the golfers. We expect to see Bushnell products prevail in golf laser rangefinder market.
We are heartened by the advent of brands like TecTecTec. They are able to provide precision performance without claiming the price levied by Bushnells. Callaway has also gotten their hands dirty in the laser rangefinders game. Although the feature set is limited, we are interested in the low-budget flair these brands can bring to the market. Leupold has been ambitious with their own faceplate technology. We would like to see a smaller price tag on that. Hopefully, 2018 will bring more budget-oriented rangefinders with a more expansive feature set.
Golf rangefinders have a tough time proving their mettle against the new entrants: best golf rangefinder. But the latter are yet to beat the lasers in their consistent accuracy phenomenon. With Pinseeking and Flagseeking technologies, the rivalry is getting harder to resolve. There is also the upside that laser rangefinder owners need not worry about course coverage on their devices, as they are point and shoot gadgets. That being said, golf laser rangefinders are constantly surprising with new and exciting features. Between GPS and best golf rangefinder which category will clinch the golfers’ satisfaction? Perhaps only time will tell. Also check out our golf GPS reviews here so that you can choose from the best products.
Hope this buying guide about best golf rangefinder is helpful.
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