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  1. 2 years ago
    Great Watch
    I should have bought one a long time ago. Who needs a range finder anymore when you can have this. I have both, this watch is within a few feet of my range finder and for the avg golfer that's close enough for a 15 handicap. I thought it would bother me wearing a watch while I play, but fits very nice and looks great.
  2. 2 years ago
    Garmin S3
    It has every course I play or have played, in memory. While the GPS unit itself has worked very well, the band separated from the unit rendering it unusable without a liberal application of tape. Looks terrible.
  1. 2 years ago
    Works great
    I bought this a few months ago and it does exactly what I hope it's also durable and stylish and has a great carrying case that works good and zips up nice
  1. 2 years ago
    Very disappointing
    I purchased the Bushnell 450 about three weeks ago.  I used it several times (8 - 10) and was "giving it a chance" because it was new to me and perhaps needed "breaking in".  The range finder cannot access the target (flag) sometimes as close as 140 - 150 yards.  Even when the flag is moving and standing out in full view, I cannot get a reading.  I resort to sighting in on people in the group in front of me to get the distance.  The control button is also hard to depress and when I follow the ... read more instructions and press twice and see "target accessed/acquired" I get a blank reading, and no a distance reading.  It is OK in the 100 -125 yard range but not much farther out but even then, when I get a distance, it takes a long time to display it.  After seeing all the advertisements on the Bushnell and the endorsements by PGA players (Ricky Fowler, etc.) I thought it would be good.  It is not.  I dislike the product and am researching my options to return it.  Do not buy one, it is very disappointing.
  2. 2 years ago
    Easy to use, light weight, dead on accurate
    The best range finder for the money hands down. Helps you make the right decision to shoot
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Measure Distances With Precision

A change of just a yard or two can be crucial when trying to clear a bunker or water hazard, so make sure you're using the best range finder available. Using range finders, such as range finder binoculars with a laser range finder, means that you can accurately determine the yardage, not just to the hole but also to the front, middle and back of the green, as well as the layup distance, so you can choose the appropriate golf club to use.

Location Data

Calculating the distance to the pin is half the battle. Integrated golf GPS technology helps ensure that you can measure the length to the hole with pinpoint accuracy. GPS receivers feature pre-loaded golf courses and can automatically determine what hole you're on, so all you have to do is pick your club and hit the ball. With popular range finder brands, like Leupold range finders, Bushnell range finders and Garmin GPS receivers, you can trust that you're receiving accurate measurements each time. Easy, right?

Binoculars or Watch?

Range finders are usually either binoculars or watches, and both types offer different advantages. A watch range finder provides added functionality, such as date- and time-keeping, and fits on your wrist for added convenience. Other common features include score keeping, tracking the time for your round and even serving as a pedometer. Binoculars let you zoom onto your ball, letting you see details, such as a divot, that might not be obvious to the naked eye. Choose the design that best suits your game, and get out on the golf course to test it out.