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  1. Hey guys, I did a search on this topic and read some different threads, but wanted to get a little more current conversation going. So let's get down to business. I am in the market for a new rangefinder. I have been using the Bushnell V2 for a decade and have had zero issues. It works fine and has been the most reliable club in my bag. Now, I am a little bored and was thinking about a newer, shinier toy. I am not opposed to spending money for quality, the V2 wasn't cheap but it lasted and is reliable. I really don't want a GPS device either. I like the rangefinder, use it for forc
  2. PGA of America to Allow For Use of Distance Measuring Devices During Its Major Championships, Beginning in 2021 This policy will debut with the 2021 PGA Championship, which will be played at The Ocean Course in Kiawah Island, South Carolina, from May 17-23. The PGA of America today announced that, beginning in 2021, the use of distance-measuring devices will be allowed during competition rounds at its three annual Major Championships: the PGA Championship, KPMG Women’s PGA Championship and KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship. Yay!
  3. Newport Cup Participants Review Frogger Golf Accessories (all with Latch-It technology) Product Name: Various Frogger Golf Accessories (Brush Pro, Towel, Rangefinder and Cell Phone holders, etc.) Product Type: Cart and Bag Accessories Product Website/URL: https://www.froggergolf.com/shop/latch-it/ Cost: Varies Below, twelve members of the 2017 Newport Cup squad will write thorough, in-depth reviews of various Frogger Golf accessories, all featuring the Latch-It technology, complete with photos, an occasional video, and a wealth of opinion and information. They're encouraged t
  4. There's another thread here for the GX-5i3, but these came in a separate press release much later, and I don't want to bury it at the bottom of that topic… New Leupold® GX®-1i3 and GX®-2i3 Golf Rangefinders Feature New Ergonomic Design BEAVERTON, Ore. — New GX®-1i3 and GX®-2i3 golf rangefinders from Leupold® feature a sleek, new ergonomic design that makes them easy and comfortable to hold in the palm of a hand. Both models offer Leupold’s high-performance DNA® (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy) engine and an advanced infrared laser that deliver faster measurements with i
  5. Bushnell Golf, makers of the #1 laser rangefinder, chosen by 97% of pros on the PGA Tour today, introduces the industry’s newest innovation – HYBRID. HYBRID combines the latest in Laser and GPS technologies to provide better data so golfers of all levels can make better decisions on the course. The new Bushnell HYBRID utilizes precise Laser and GPS yardages allowing the golfer to see distance like never before. “HYBRID provides golfers more information than ever before. The two technologies ‘talk’ so that the golfer sees the front and back distances of the green in relation to the pin th
  6. So, a gust of wind caught my golf umbrella and tipped over my pushcart. My old Bushnell Tour V2 Slope Edition was in the side pocket. Long story short, it no longer wants to turn on. I don’t want to drop $200-$400 on something new. Do you guys have any experience w/ Bushnell customer service? Are these older rangefinders worth fixing $$? What is their turnaround like? Alternately, is there something like an electronic yardage book you can get for iPhone? I don’t want to select clubs and track shots, as I don't want to mind my phone on every shot. I just want to see the yardages to the h
  7. There's another thread here for the GX-5i3, but these came in a separate press release much later, and I don't want to bury it at the bottom of that topic… New Leupold® GX®-1i3 and GX®-2i3 Golf Rangefinders Feature New Ergonomic Design BEAVERTON, Ore. — New GX®-1i3 and GX®-2i3 golf rangefinders from Leupold® feature a sleek, new ergonomic design that makes them easy and comfortable to hold in the palm of a hand. Both models offer Leupold’s high-performance DNA® (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy) engine and an advanced infrared laser that deliver faster measurements with i
  8. There's another thread here for the GX-5i3, but these came in a separate press release much later, and I don't want to bury it at the bottom of that topic… New Leupold® GX®-1i3 and GX®-2i3 Golf Rangefinders Feature New Ergonomic Design BEAVERTON, Ore. — New GX®-1i3 and GX®-2i3 golf rangefinders from Leupold® feature a sleek, new ergonomic design that makes them easy and comfortable to hold in the palm of a hand. Both models offer Leupold’s high-performance DNA® (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy) engine and an advanced infrared laser that deliver faster measurements with i
  9. BEAVERTON, Ore. — Far more accurate than GPS and more customizable than any other golf rangefinder, the new GX®-5i3 offers all of Leupold’s latest technology that enables golfers to sharpen their game and improve scores. A recent update to Leupold’s high-performance DNA® (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy) engine and an advanced infrared laser empower the GX-5i3 to deliver faster measurements with accuracy displayed to the nearest 1/10th of a yard. New PinHunter™ 3 Laser Technology increases the pulse rate and as a result, the rangefinder ignores user movement to quickly identify and lock onto
  10. So I heard a bit on why the PGA Tour (and web.com, Champions, etc.) do not allow rangefinders. Tim Finchrm doesn't like them. They're not worried about slow play. They think it would have almost no effect. They do think that's what caddies are supposed to do, know yardages, but it's almost entirely Tim. They also expect that if the new rules specifically allow rangefinders as they expect that they'll just adopt that and not use a Local Rule or a Condition of Competition to rule them out (which if the rules change the way they think may not even be "allowed") to disallow them.
  11. Hi folks, this is Adil, I am looking to find best golf range finders. Can you suggest some good one?
  12. Ready to get a laser range finder added to the stable. I want one with slope because I'm just a weekend golfer and about every course around me is super hilly. I'm a firm believer in buy once, cry once.. but at the same time I'm a fan of value (not cheap). They all seem to be within $100 of each other, so what would you recommend? It seems like Bushnell and Leupold are the two main players in this game. (V3S, X, GX-4i2)
  13. My laser rangefinder , pin caddie 2 , has been my best golf purchase yet. I'm not a good golfer 96 is about avg. So I debated to get one . wondering if I could benefit from it. The answer is a definite yes. First I learned my yardages for 6-pw and am very confident in them. Second it magnifies the green so you can see if the pins front , rear etc. Third I use it to check hazard carry distances. I usually change clubs about 6-7 times due to the info it gives per outing. Ive kept my stats for the year . and after getting it my gir on par three went from 30 % to finish the year at 50%. I posted t
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