Bushnell 201927 Tour V2 Standard Golf Laser Rangefinder, Pink
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- Ultra-compact rangefinder for golfers with flag range up to 300 yards
- Pinseeker target mode acquires flag without inadvertently capturing background targets
- SCAN mode provides continuously updated LCD display as you pan across landscape
- 5x magnification, 24mm objective lens, powered by CR-2 3-Volt Lithium Battery
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The world's smallest, most advanced laser rangefinder, the Bushnell Tour V2 weighs just 6.6 ounces and is accurate from 5 to 1000 yards. It's equipped with PinSeeker technology to combine pinpoint accuracy and consistency enabling you to range up to 300 yards (1 yard) to the flag without the use of reflectors.
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I think once you trust the reading from V2, you will play better. Don't just use it for distance to the flag. Look for distance to clear the hazard, quick overview of the green (on approach shots within 120 yds), and etc. One thing that bothered me when I was playing with someone who had the rangefinder before was waiting for that person to finish the reading. It was just annoying to see the guy sit inside the cart and stare through that thing. With GPS, it was a quick glance. V2 is very quick, and when I see the yardage with the little pin icon circled, I know it is the correct reading. I also tested out with shooting it on a player on the green, since the flag was pulled. That works too. While waiting for the front group to putt out, I use the V2 to look at the hazard distance, slope of the green, and etc. Once the flag is placed back, do a quick reading on the pin, and you are good to go. Yes,it helps to have the steady hand, but you will get use to it. I had easier time using it while sitting inside cart than standing up.
Amazon had the best price, and I'm extremely happy with the device, it is quick and accurate. I bought the slope version because the price here is not too much more than what others are offering for the non-slope version ($299). Plus it's not like I'm trying out for a PGA or on amateur circuit. If I was playing in a tournament and they don't allow the slope version (as only non-slope version is allowed by USGA), I would use this on the practice round to do some mapping and make my own yardage book. No issues with battery drainage. No guarantee that Bushnell V2 Slope will always give me a fantastic round like today, but it will definitely improve my game. One thing, buy extra battery when you purchase this, since this is not run on rechargeable battery. Which actually can be a positive thing, as you don't have to worry about forgetting to recharging it or running out of juice during a round.
When playing a course for the first time, (no yardage book) I would estimate I save a good 10 strokes a round with the range finder as opposed to going it blind and guessing yardages. The "slope" feature becomes invaluable when dealing with highly elevated greens or tees; in providing the knowledge that, "yes", you need to hit the 5-wood from the 150yard marker to get to the elevated green; and "no", from this elevated tee, your driver stands the proverbial snowball's chance of clearing the creek crossing the fairway, so it's time to use a 3-wood and lay up.
I've never purchased a GPS unit. I have used them. But, why invest in a unit that will only tell you within a club and a half of which club to use? I can probably guess that good. Not to mention subscriber fees, downloads, and purchase price. They do provide you with instant gratification, in that, they instantly give you a "number".
I have confirmed, something I've always suspected, some courses' sprinkler head yardages are way off, as are the yardage books some courses provide you with for $10-12.00. (How many of those have I bought, looking for some help?) Greens and tees get moved or enlarged; fairways widen and shrink; and these yardage markers never get updated.
Batteries: I'm still on my original battery after several months of use. I have seen these batteries for sale for $24.00 at some retail locations. Camera shops are notorious for this. I guess if you can afford a lens for $7500 bucks, what's a measly battery in the whole scheme of things? There are stores out there that specialize in selling batteries. They generally have quality items at a fair price. Or, check on the Internet with free shipping right to your door; no tax, no road rage, no speeding tickets, no fender benders, no parking, no mpg, all for about $3.50 ea.
Improve your odds. Golf is an easy game: hit the fairway, hit the green, two putt, and get out of town. Golf happens between the ears, as do a lot of other things. (Just ask Mr. Woods about that!) I find one of the best uses for this equipment is locating a wide, flat area to land my ball and it tells me the exact yardage to that point. Using this instrument wisely for course management, rather than a toy to stroke your ego and you will shave many strokes off you total score, guaranteed. So, if you can't laze it, you probably can't taze it!
Sooo, I broke down and bought the Bushnell to see if it was really worth having. WOW, is the best way to put it. I no longer care what the pin placement of the day is, since I can see the green through my scope tell what level the pin is on AND tell the distance to the pin, the bunkers in front and the bunker in back. I travel for work and this scope doesn't care where you are or what course you are on, it just shows you the distance, plain, simple, exact!
If you are considering a Scope -vs- GPS buy this scope, period.