Bushnell 5x 20mm Golf Scope with Tools
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- Includes golf tools
- 5x magnification
- Compact design to fit in any pocket
- Simple to use
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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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Teens who play golf, love this item and actually use it. It's a great choice for a gift.Published 9 months ago by Kathleen Weaver
It's a great concept and implementation. However, you'll have to have a steady hand and enough brain to calculate the distance. It's much cheaper than a GPS device. Read morePublished 13 months ago by K. Chen
I did not find this product to work. Very hard to hold still. I even tried to brace on a bench at driving range. Most flag sticks are not 6 ft as needed. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Ross W.
Simple Product. Easy to use. I've tested it at the driving range. It's very accurate at measuring the distance to the hole..Published 21 months ago by Track and Field Freak
I should have read the description a little more. It wasn't really what I was expecting but it works in a pinch.Published 23 months ago by Huck_m
This was a gift to a friend but she is not Japanese literate, so the enclosed instruction in Japanese won't help her to be able to utilize this gift as well as she could. Read morePublished 23 months ago by patricia f. wright
I THINK THAT INSTRUMENT WILL REQUIRE SPECIALS INSTRUCTIONS FOR INITIAL PLAYER NEXT TIME I'LL BUY WITH LASER. NOW LET'S LEARN GOLF.Published on December 2, 2013 by JOSE EDEGAR ALONSO MUÑOZ