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Bushnell 5x20 Golf Scope Rangefinder (Silver)


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  • Hand-held golf scope with 5X times magnification and a 20-millimeter objective lens
  • Viewing range of 50 to 200 yards
  • Provides distance to the pin in yards or meters
  • Titanium finish; includes hand-strap and drawstring pouch
  • Limited lifetime warranty to be free of defects in materials and workmanship


Product Description

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A perfect gift for golf enthusiasts, the 5x20 Golf Scope Rangefinder from Bushnell provides distance readings with a viewing range of 50 to 200 yards. Distance readings to the flag provide golfers with the information they need to choose the best club to execute their shot or clear a hazard. Designed for ease of use, the focus-free monocular brings objects five times closer to your eye. Meanwhile, a rangefinder reticle etched inside the monocular allows you to take immediate and accurate distance readings by lining up the reticle with the flag. The 5x20 Rangefinder is compact enough to fit in your pocket and comes with a hand-strap and drawstring pouch included. The simple and effective rangefinding monocular features an attractive titanium finish, durable construction, and carries a limited lifetime warranty from Bushnell.

What's in the Box?
5x20 Golf Scope Rangefinder, hand-strap, drawstring pouch

Product Description

The Bushnell 5x20 Golf Scope Rangefinder Monocular is a 5 power monocular that provides distance from 50-200 Yards / meters to a flag. Knowing distance to the flag enables a golfer to determine the correct club to execute a shot or clear a hazard. Knowing correct distance ultimately improves confidence and scores on the course. The Bushnell 5x20 Golf Scope is compact enough to fit into a pocket and very simple to use. Looking through the 5x focus-free monocular brings objects five times closer to your eye, providing sharp crisp detailed images. Within the golf scope is an etched rangefinder reticule. Once you have the base of the flag lined up to the bottom line of the reticule, simply determine distance to the flag by reading the numbers on the reticule that align with the top of the flag stick. The Bushnell 5x20 Golf Scope Rangefinder Monocular, only from Bushnell.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 1.8 x 1.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (Cyprus)
  • ASIN: B0000A0AII
  • Item model number: 100520
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #134,863 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Simple, accurate and easy to use.
B. Lurz
The combination of large magnification, small weight and tiny dimensions make it hard to hold in a steady position that allows accurate readings.
N. Thorell
This products shows that bushnell can make a low coast but high quality golf range finder for any and all golfers!
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142 of 146 people found the following review helpful By Melanie C TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 13, 2011
Style Name: Scope
Ok, reading the other reviews makes me think of my grandmother, rest her soul, trying to program a VCR, only backwards. Clearly, the 1 and 2 star ratings have 'old-knowledge' blinders, and don't understand how MOA (minutes of angle) work. Meanwhile, the 4 and 5 stars look at this scope as I do, a good way to measure distance.
Oh, and for those saying "it only works for 50-to-200 yards/meters", well, that's not true...just 'double' or 'half' your image relative to the distance marks...or inversely, 'double-or-half' your distance.

The technology involved on how this works is about 2000-years old. The marks in the lens is keyed to the idea that the golf pennant is 6-ft above the cup. So, if your pennant is 6-ft out of the cup, then you just base the bottom line on the bottom of the pole, at the cup, and the top line gives your distance reading. Again, if you assume a deer is 3-ft tall at the shoulders, and an elk is 6-ft, then you can still use the monocular for hunting, too...even bow hunting! Just take that deer, put the bottom mark at the hooves, then at the shoulder blade you just take the reading...and then half it...since the deer is only HALF of 6-ft tall at the shoulders. So, if that reading was 100yds, then he is really only 50-yds away. Simple.

Nope, its not a laser unit...then again, I don't have to lose the trophy of a lifetime because my primo batteries just ran out, or my clumsy dropping of a 600-dollar unit into a stream in the high-country caused my super-special digital unit to stop working.

It works, it works well, and its made well. Learn how to take a distance-reading using size and angles, and you'll see how easy it actually is. Knowing that it is calibrated to a 6-ft pennant is all you need to know...the rest is just a matter of scaling.
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65 of 68 people found the following review helpful By KRASSEL on November 20, 2004
Style Name: Scope
Very lightweight and compact. Also very fast to use. No battery's to go dead and no waiting for warmup. They have this advertised as a "laser" range finder but it is not. It uses the old tryed and true "line" method, such as is seen in very high quality rifle scopes. I have found it to be very accurate out to 200 yds. You place the base line at the hooves of the animal and read the line that is at the top of the animals body..that gives the range. Slight adjustments must be made for differant animals, deer are shorter than elk. But one trip to the rifle range will make this very easy to do. I have found it to be much quicker to use than a laser type and it is not affected by rain and snow. Also I don't have to remove my gloves to use it. No battery's to worry about, it weighs almost nothing and fits in any pocket. If you want a range finder that really works well and is easy and fast to use this is the ticket. I bought 3 more for xmas gifts for my hunting partners. Can't recommend it high enough.
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51 of 60 people found the following review helpful By initself on January 5, 2009
Style Name: Scope Verified Purchase
The design of this product is based around measuring the distance to a flagstick, so you won't be able to use this product to measure distances to any random object. It also will not measure distances less than 50 yards.

My unit did not come with any instructions, so here they are:

Instructions: Within the golf scope is an etched rangefinder reticle. Once you have the base of the flag lined up to the bottom line of the reticle, simply determine distance to the flag by reading the numbers on the reticle that align with the top of the flagstick.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By N. Thorell on September 8, 2005
Style Name: Scope
I am 50 and have trouble keeping it stable. The combination of large magnification, small weight and tiny dimensions make it hard to hold in a steady position that allows accurate readings.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By M. S. Ulven on September 15, 2005
Style Name: Scope
I really wanted to like this golf gadget. However, it is almost impossible to hold the rangefinder still enough to accurately see the distance readings. When I did make extensive effort to hold it motionless, the readings still were not accurate when compared to the distances noted on the course.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Rancher on July 4, 2010
Style Name: Scope Verified Purchase
The range finder is simple to use and works exactly as described. The view is clear; enlarged just enough to find the pin in the viewer. It is compact and uncomplicated to use. The fold down rubber eye enclosure lets me use it with my glasses on. The carrying case keeps it clean. It came with tees, a green repair and a ball marker. Got the best price through Amazon. Very satisfied. I made several golf shots that I would not have made without it.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 14, 2011
Style Name: Scope Verified Purchase
Great little rangefinder. There's no focus - everything from about 25 yards to 200 yards was in focus when I first lpicked it up and looked through it. For a flag that's 6-feet zero-inches tall, the yards scale gives the range accurately. For a flag that's 6-feet 6-inches tall, the meters scale gives the range accurately. The manufacturer says it varies depending on your eyes, but a buddy and I spent a while with a long measuring tape and some lengths of lathing clamped together to make a variable-length flag pole, and the ranges read the same for both our sets of eyeballs. Which are over 50 years old and not that great, but the little scope still worked. I like it a lot.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Rider_75002 on February 7, 2012
Style Name: Scope Verified Purchase
This is the simplest way to get a pin measurement I have found without buying a Laser Range Finder or GPS. I will occasionally use on the course but I actually bought it to use at the local driving range where they are constantly moving the hitting area and flags are never where they are suppose to be. Can't beat it for the price.
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