Comparison review of the top 3 entry level range finders! Great for the casual golfer!
cheers – great info
Just bought a Coolshot 20 via airmiles.ca
PPG, hey, did you try to read the ball distance after you tee off?? will any of them target the ball on the fairway if it’s clearly visible??. if so that means I can know how far I actually hit the ball with out having to walk to the ball and asking my gps .
The Bushmaster is quite a BIG scope. I like what I’m hearing about the Nikon, so I’ll probably shoot for that, thanks for the in-depth review.
It’s not a “bushmaster”. It’s Bushnell…
Not a single mention of how well they actually measure distance?
Even though the Nikon is cheaper in price I find that ease of use is easier on the Bushnell v3. What I mean is that pushing the button on the top is better user friendly compared to the Nikon. The Nikon button is harder to press and you have to be accurate to find the button. The bushnell button is quite large and you push the button by feel. And you dont have to press as hard on the Bushnell. But, I do like that you you dont have release the button on Nikon to hit various targets. Most of the time I am just interested on the flag reading so I went ahead with the Bushnell because of the ease of use on button.
Great review and helped me make my mind up. Coolshot 20 for me. Thanks a lot.
Great review, thanks.
sounds like Adam Scott. oh, 1 question, how would it go for someone who wears glasses???
great review, cheers
i got a coolshoot 20. great rangefinder
Awesome review mate! Entry level was exactly what I was looking for. Your review really helped me making a decision. Keep up the great work. Thanks!
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