The Top 4 Golf Rangefinders

With the understanding that rangefinders will in fact help you improve your game, you may be intrigued to purchase a rangefinder of your own. Of course, each rangefinder has its respective pros and cons, which is exactly what we will be discussing now in    greater detail. Here is a list, in no particular, of the top five rangefinders of 2020:

        • ● VPRO500 Golf Rangefinder

The VPRO500 is a top rate product that measures as much as 540 yards with continuous scan mode. It also has a durable waterproof body; it can measure overlapping objects and indicates when the battery is low. It only weighs a third of a pound making it extremely light and easy to carry. Overall, it is waterproof, lightweight, easy, and clear to use. However sometimes it can be difficult to lock onto the object.

      • ● Callaway 300 Pro Golf Laser Rangefinder

The Callaway 300 Pro Golf Laser Rangefinder has slope features to help with objects that are either significantly uphill or downhill. It also has a range from five to one thousand yards all with the accuracy of plus or minus one yard. It also has a brand-new technology that allows it to quickly lock onto a pin from up to three hundred yards away. It also gives an audible sound to confirm that it is locked on to the object, and it can also obtain multiple targets at once. The issues with this rangefinder are that it is not always accurate, and the battery dies very quickly. Overall, it is certainly a rangefinder that will get the job done.

      • ● Precision Pro Golf, NX7 Pro Slope Golf Rangefinder

The third rangefinder on this list is the NX7 Pro Slope Golf Rangefinder. This rangefinder is engineered to provide accurate on point distances on either a slope or flat terrain. Their Pro Slope technology is extremely user friendly and makes it quite easy to select the correct golf club. The slope feature can also be turned off easily for use in tournament play. This rangefinder also contains a “play as” distance feature which is what makes club selection easy for all skill levels. It also is built with high-quality optics for easy vision, as well as a magnification feature. Although it can only view up to four hundred yards, it actually gives measurements to the tenth of a yard and vibrates to confirm that it is locked onto the target. Based on user reviews, it apparently is not very accurate beyond a distance of two hundred yards.

      • ● PEAKPULSE 6S Golf Laser Rangefinder

The last rangefinder would be the PEAKPULSE 6S Golf Laser Rangefinder. The Flag Acquisition Technology of this product makes locking on to a flag effortless and it can even easily be used by those with hands that are a little shaky. It also provides a short vibration to notify that the flag has been locked on to. It is also water resistant which makes it easy to use in all environments. The main con is that it automatically shuts down after eight seconds of inactivity to save the battery, which is quite quick. Golfers are quickly annoyed by this fact, and therefore it is certainly not the best of the four.

Now that each option has been discussed individually in detail, it is time to determine which one is the best of the group. The short answer is the VPRO500 because it is worth the most bang for your buck. Sitting at $150 this rangefinder offers all the common amenities for a low price. Whenever you begin your search for a rangefinder, I highly suggest starting with the VPRO500.