Tech Thursday – Discover Bushnell rangefinder

This week’s “Tech Thursday” introduces the #1 rangefinder in professional golf.

The Bushnell rangefinder has proved to offer accuracy, quality, reliability and an easy to use technology. It is no wonder why it has become the brand of choice for PGA, LPGA, and Champions Tour Pros. Ever since Bushnell pioneered with the golf laser rangefinder; the company has developed a real technological breakthrough. Today, Bushnell dominates the market with more professionals and caddies using its rangefinder than any other competitor.

Within their extensive product line, the ProX7 stands out as the most powerful laser rangefinder in the world! This amazing device uses Jolt Technology, which gives two short vibrations letting the golfer feel the distance to the flag. The product includes the Vivid Display Technology that allows golfers to see reading in any lighting condition, and ESP (Extreme Speed Precision) ranging out to 550 yards to a flag.

The Tour X JOLT offers an interchangeable faceplate, which allows you to change from slope mode to standard mode. This rangefinder also has the ability to change the display from a bright orange to a darker color which is a useful feature depending on the time of the day.

Bushnell has also extended its golf distance measuring dominance to the world of GPS. The Neo XS is the lightest, thinnest golf GPS in the market, and is very comfortable to wear.  Preloaded with over 33,000 courses, its Auto Course Recognition feature allows you to quickly find the course you are playing. It also features the longest battery life on any golf GPS watch. You can play up to three rounds on a single charge, which is the equivalent of almost 14 hours.

There are also some interesting facts about the use of Bushnell in professional golf:

Bushnell Rangefinder

Rickie Fowler, Bushnell’s latest brand ambassador who is currently ranked 4th in the official world rankings commented:: “People call my game aggressive. But it is just the confidence that comes from preparation. Bushnell is indispensable in that regard.”

Do you own a Bushnell rangefinder? Let us know what you like about it.

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Gary Sonnenberg
7 years ago

If the Bushnell is so great (and I’m not disputing that), shouldn’t all other makers just give up and go home?

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