Small in size, but not light on features, the GolfBuddy CT2 is an excellent choice if you’re looking for a new GPS unit.
Rangefinders & GPS
If you want a GPS watch that displays data clearly and precisely, your search ends with the Callaway GPSy.
Can’t decide between a laser rangefinder and a GPS? Get them both with the Callaway Hybrid Laser Rangefinder/GPS.
The new Leupold GX-2i2 laser rangefinder brings all the features of a top-of-the-line laser to golfers on a budget.
Looking for a laser rangefinder you can easily fit in your pocket? Check out the Callaway Micro.
At $250, the LR5 is one of the more budget-friendly lasers on the market. Does that mean it compromises on performance?
The VPAR Golf app is much more than your standard GPS app – it’s a great way to stay connected with and compete against friends on the course.
Bushnell pulled out all the stops with their new Tour X laser rangefinder. Is it enough to put it at the top of the category?
Durable, accurate, easy to use, and priced well under $100. There’s a lot to like about the Izzo Swami Sport GPS.
Want big accuracy at a little price? Check out Leupold’s entry-level laser rangefinder, the PinCaddie 2.