Golf Range Finders
Reviews for Golfers
Last updated 2 years ago
Nikon Coolshot Pro
Cashing in at $450, the Pro may not be the budget model you’re looking for, but it at least comes with plenty of great features. Pinpoint laser tech from over 1000 yards away with 1.75-yard accuracy. Its OLED display and 6x zoom also make it one of the most accessible models online now.
Bushnell Tour V4 Patriot
This rangefinder with a great name arrives at less than $270 RRP. Bushnell’s app technology works well with this model, allowing you to access course information and 3D flyovers easily. 6x magnification is available, along with a range of up to 450 yards. The Patriot Pack itself also comes with a carry case and other accessories to help enhance your play.
Wosports Laser Golf Rangefinder
This is a much-loved rangefinder that certainly looks the part. Up to 600m can be detected at short notice, capable with speeds of up to 300km/h. 6x magnification and flagpole lock modes help you to find your mark without much dawdling around. Fog and speed modes give you plenty of control.
Bushnell Tour V4 JOLT Laser Rangefinder
This impressive-looking rangefinder is priced in the midrange at around $250. JOLT technology allows you to lock onto the targets you desire with ease. The unit’s app provides 3D flyovers so you can see exactly what you’re striking towards. You can even download information on up to 36,000 different courses ahead of time.
Nikon Coolshot 20 Rangefinder
Nikon isn’t just known for great cameras. Their landmark golf range finder is an Amazon Choice winner, and at less than $200 RRP, it’s excellent value. 6x optical zoom allows you to home in on even the most distant of pins. 8-second scanning lets you find hidden objects. Use the smart laser to navigate around dogleg routes and obstacles.
TecTecTec ULT-X Rangefinder
TecTecTec’s ULT-X is an Amazon Choice recipient, and it’s very well-received online. Measure from up to 1000 yards away with brilliant clarity and a margin of error of 0.3 yards. Lock onto your target with the pinsensor, which will vibrate to let you know when you’re right on track.
The Bozily rangefinder is simple, yet powerful. Fitted with four modes – general, golf, vertical and speed – it’s easy for you to personalize the tech. JOLT technology allows you to maintain an accurate pinpoint via laser steadily. Slope switching lets you compensate for course slopes by up to 166 yards.
Callaway 300 Pro Golf Laser Rangefinder
Offering up to 300-yards lock-on to any pin, the Callaway 300 is a great rangefinder. Retailing at around $300, it may not be the most affordable. However, features such as ‘birdie’ technology, enhanced slope measurement and up to 6x magnification, it’s likely to be a firm ally for any golfer.
TecTecTec VPRO500 Golf Rangefinder
The VPRO500 is a fantastic choice for any golfers who are either short-sighted or long-sighted. It’s impressively capable, with three scanning modes and an extensive laser to provide accurate data. It operates at over 1000 yards, making it a brilliant long-range assistant providing you’ve got eyes on the pin.