Scoreband’s Vibe SL600 rangefinder promises to give you accuracy without breaking the bank. Matt Meeker put it to the test for this review.
Rangefinders & GPS
Small, simple to use and accurate, the Tour V4 Slope rangefinder by Bushnell is a winner.
The Voice Caddie B1 is the latest golf GPS band. Does it deserve a spot on your wrist?
The Izzo Swami GT merges shot tracking with a GPS and all without connecting to your phone. See where it ranks in this review.
Lightweight, quick, and easy to use, the Precision Pro GPS Golf Band is a great choice for the golfer in search of speedy distance information.
To this point, the major downfall of laser rangefinders has been their price. Precision Pro, however, wants to make them accessible to all golfers. See if their Nexus has the performance to compete with the big names in distance measurement int his review.
TomTom is no stranger to GPS technology, but how do they perform on the golf course? Read our review to find out.
Golfers seeking a playing companion who always knows the distance to the green have found their mate in the GolfBuddy Voice 2. Find out more about your new little friend in this review.
The new GAME Golf Live offers significant improvements over the original. Is it worth upgrading? Find out in this review.
Small in size, but not light on features, the GolfBuddy CT2 is an excellent choice if you’re looking for a new GPS unit.