frequently asked questions (FAq)

Are range finders worth the money?

A rangefinder can be just as valuable as each of your clubs, and perhaps even more so. your wrist.

Is A rangefinder better than a GPS?

If the course you want to play on isn’t among the preloaded options, your GPS device becomes somewhat ineffective. Laser rangefinders offer greater accuracy in such cases.

What is the difference between a golf GPS and a rangefinder?

Laser rangefinders operate by emitting a beam towards a target and gauging the time it takes for the beam to return to the device. In contrast, a GPS golf watch tracks your position on the golf course to provide yardage information while displaying a digital map of the hole, complete with hazards, right on your wrist.

How much does a good range finder cost?

In the range of $200-250, you can acquire an excellent device that excels at accurately measuring distances.

How far can a rangefinder see?

Golf rangefinders typically offer a target range of approximately 600 yards, whereas hunting rangefinders are capable of detecting distances exceeding 1300 yards.

What does rangefinder actually do?

By employing one of your eyes, much like when peering through any scope, a golf rangefinder zooms in on the target and emits a laser beam towards it, thereby ascertaining the precise distance.

What is a disadvantage of a rangefinder?

Rangefinders often feature slower maximum shutter speeds, such as 1/500 or 1/1000 of a second. This limitation can restrict your ability to widen your aperture quickly in daylight conditions, potentially making it less convenient to control your depth of field.

Are range finders legal?

Professional golfers in competitive PGA championships are permitted to use laser rangefinders.