Revolutionised by technology, golf rangefinders offer an effective solution to accurately gauge distances, thereby enhancing your performance. Among our diverse selection, you'll find laser rangefinders that measure distance by pinpointing a target and calculating the time it takes for the laser to bounce back.
On the other hand, our GPS rangefinders utilise satellite mapping systems and pre-measured points on the golf course to ascertain your distance to specific landmarks.
For those seeking portability and convenience, we offer golf GPS watches, which serve the functionality of a GPS rangefinder in a wearable, traditional watch format, eliminating the need for a handheld device.
On our site, you'll find the ever popular Bushnell rangefinders, such as their latest Bushnell Tour V6 laser rangefinder, as well as trending golf watches such as the Garmin S70 GPS watch, all loved by golf enthusiasts worldwide for their unmatched precision and quality.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Laser and GPS golf rangefinders serve the same purpose of providing accurate distance measurements on the golf course, but they operate using different technologies.
A laser rangefinder works by emitting a laser beam towards a specific target (such as the flag). The device calculates the time it takes for the laser to bounce back, giving you a precise measurement of the distance.
On the other hand, a GPS rangefinder uses satellite data to measure distances. It comes preloaded with maps and coordinates of various golf courses and calculates the distance between your current position (determined by GPS) and specific points such as the front, centre, and back of the green, or hazards on the course.
While laser rangefinders might provide slightly more precise measurements to specific targets and can be used on any course right out of the box, GPS rangefinders offer more generalised distances without needing direct line of sight to the target and often include added features like digital scorecards and hole layouts. Your choice will depend on your personal preferences and the specific needs of your game.
Yes, golf rangefinders are a great tool. They provide precise distance measurements, which can enhance your strategy, boost your confidence, and speed up play. They're particularly useful for new golfers learning the nuances of the game. However, the value can depend on individual factors, including your skill level, frequency of play, and the rules of the courses you play on.
Having a slope feature on a golf rangefinder can be beneficial, but it's not always necessary. The slope function calculates the angle of incline or decline between you and your target, and adjusts the distance reading accordingly. This can help you choose the right club and make more accurate shots on hilly courses.
Players are allowed to use distance-measuring devices (including rangefinders) in tournaments, as long as the devices only measure distance, not other conditions that might affect play (such as wind speed, gradient, temperature, etc.). However, if you're playing in a tournament, it's always a good idea to check the local rules and regulations regarding the use of rangefinders.