Bushnell is coming out with their latest rangefinder called Tour X in March.
Up to now, Bushnell has had a tournament edition which was legal for tournament play which only gives you reading of straight distance to whatever you are zapping and a slope edition which tells you the slope of the measured object telling you what yardage it recommends if it was a straight leveled surface which was not legal in USGA rules of golf.
The Tour X has an interchangeable faceplate technology where you can switch from a tournament edition mode and a slope edition mode in one unit. Leupold have had the technology for a while with their GX-4 which also features an interchangeable face to change from a slope mode and a non-slope mode.
The Tour X has all the features packed in one unit:
- Pinseeker with Jolt Technology
- measures 5-1300 yards (450 yards to flag)
- 2 year warranty
What else do you need?
Great for junior golfers mapping out the golf course. Great for serious golfers preparing for a big event.
I personally prefer the laser rangefinders over GPS for its accuracy. The Bushnell Tour X is +/- 0.5 yards accuracy. Where as GPS is technically +/- 5 yards. For a better player the accuracy is important in club selection on your second shots.
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