Golf Rangefinders

The Best Golf Rangefinders

Why do I need a Golf Rangefinder?

Golf Rangefinders can help improve your game. If you want to lower your golf scores knowing the accurate distances to the flag or target will be a huge benefit.

I’ve used a golf rangefinder for a number of years and I wouldn’t play without it.

It’s very likely that the rules of golf will soon be changed making these legal for PGA professionals to use, and you too can find out why if you choose one of our best golf laser rangefinders to improve your game!

However, there are always a few questions. Let us help you with some of these.

How do golf rangefinders work?

Golf Rangefinders work by emitting a laser towards an object in the distance, in golf it would be the flag. The laser then hits the flag and returns to the rangefinder which calculates the time taken to return and changes this into a distance measurement. There are different types of rangefinders which are used in golf, Laser Rangefinders and GPS Rangefinders. The below image clearly explains how this process works, thanks to rangefinderpro.com for producing this amazing image.

Laser best budget golf rangefinder Guide

Laser Rangefinders are the most popular and work as described above by focusing on a fixed target and calculating the distance. GPS Rangefinders work by downloading golf course information onto the rangefinder and providing you with distance information depending on where you are on the course. GPS rangefinders are marginally quicker to produce distances, but they do often require you to subscribe to be able to download course information. To get the best Cheap Golf Rangefinder (with slope) we’re going to focus on Laser Rangefinders.

Have a watch of this really helpful video to see exactly how golf rangefinders work and how they can dramatically improve your game.

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