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Gauge Distances with Golf Range Finders
Types of Golf Range Finders
Tips and Expert Advice
Golf Range Finders
Play faster, better and nail the shot with the right golf range finder.
Golfers use technology to carve out the edge they need in their game. Don't be left out: Choose a range finder that enhances performance. Laser range finders measure distance with a beam that reflects off the target and back to the device, providing golfers with game-changing insight before they make their shot.
The precise measurement of a golf range finder can make the difference in any golfer's round. Select from innovative devices from trusted brands like Bushnell and Callaway or browse all golf electronics from DICK’S Sporting Goods…
Pinpoint a target with a range finder that is engineered for accuracy. Consider these factors when purchasing a golf range finder:
The size of the device
The clarity of the range finder's display
Look for features including waterproof exteriors, easy-to-read LCD displays and quick and simple touch measurements that add up to victory on the links. Golfers should consider whether they desire a device with a rechargeable battery or one that powers with alkaline batteries.
For ultimate results, ensure that the device provides rapid target identification in all conditions.
Maximum range describes the farthest distance that can be measured on a particular range finder. The device's magnification describes how far it is capable of zooming in on a target. Golfers should consider purchasing a range finder that is capable of measuring vertical changes in elevation and slope.
A basic range finder will show the golfer only the target before them, while more complex devices allow the golfer to see through inclement weather and obstacles that may be in the way.
Models come with one or two eye pieces so golfers should consider comfort and their preferred way of viewing. Some range finders offer lenses covered with a reflective coating that enables the golfer to better see the target ahead of them.