The Bushnell Pro X2 has taken over the title of best rangefinder in golf. Find out why in this review.
Rangefinders & GPS
Need accuracy that doesn’t break the bank? The Precision Pro NX7 rangefinder delivers the basics at an affordable price.
The SkyCaddie Linx GT is total package of golf technology. See how well it performs out on the course in our review.
If you want all of Leupold’s best technology without paying for the GX-5i3, check out the value priced GX-2i3 rangefinder.
18Birdies is a combination of GPS, scoring app, social network, and tournament management system. Best of all, it’s free!
If you want the pinnacle of laser rangefinder technology, you’ll find it in the Leupold GX-5i3.
After a strong first offering, Precision Pro is back with the upgraded NX7 Pro rangefinder. Find out if they’ve continued to earn their reputation for great performance and value.
The Nikon Coolshot 80i VR rangefinder’s tech suite makes it fast, accurate, and reliable when you need it most out on the course.
Scoreband’s Vibe SL600 rangefinder promises to give you accuracy without breaking the bank. Matt Meeker put it to the test for this review.
Small, simple to use and accurate, the Tour V4 Slope rangefinder by Bushnell is a winner.