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Play Golf Better With A Rangefinder

Technology in the golfing world is something new that has been added to the game.  Rangefinders are one of those technological advances that many golfers are trying out.  While you may think that all rangefinders are created equal, they are not.  By evaluating the different rangefinders that are available, you can determine which one is the best choice for your budget and your game.

There are several different companies that offer golf rangefinders.  From well-known names, like Sky Caddie and Bushnell to lesser known names, you will find that there is a great deal of selection in rangefinders.  By evaluating the features, in combination with your budget, you will be able to find the right one for you.

The targeting system that is part of the rangefinder is an important thing to consider.  If the target is obstructed, some rangefinders may find it difficult to lock upon the target.  You want a targeting system that will be able to lock upon the target, even if the target is obstructed from your view and the view of the rangefinder.  Any good golf rangefinder will have their targeting system listed and will also have some sort of magnification that will enhance the targeting.

While rangefinders that measure slope are not allowed in tournaments, they can really help you when you are practicing.  Measuring slopes and gradients will allow you to fine tune your shot, so that you can play golf the way that you want to.

Whether you are a beginning or experienced golfer, a rangefinder can be a great tool to aid you in making shots.  Knowing how far it is to the pin and what your shot should look like will enable you to choose clubs much more confidently.  By evaluating the different rangefinders that are available, you will be able to choose the right one for you and your needs. 

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