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.
Rangefinders & GPS
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.
If you like getting more for your money, you’re going to love the Leupold GX-1i2 laser rangefinder. It brings top-tier performance with a budget friendly price.
Laser rangefinders are becoming increasingly complicated as manufacturers strive to one up each other. The Callaway 300 bucks that trend and delivers accurate yardages at the push of a button.
Simple to use meets feature-rich in the WT4 GPS watch from GolfBuddy. In this review, Matt explains why this is one of the top distance measuring devices that he’s used.
Golfers have never had more choices for how to get their yardages. From smartphone apps to lasers, it may seem that a GPS watch is a dated idea, but the SkyCaddie LINX may offer enough functionality and convenience to convince you otherwise.
They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but apparently there is such a thing as an awesome free golf GPS for your phone. It’s called GolfLogix.
By doing everything from giving you perfect yardages to selecting your club for you, the Leupold GX-4i2 will quickly become your new best friend on the golf course.