There is a belief on the links that using GPS is the same thing as using a golf rangefinder. But anyone who takes their game seriously enough knows this simply isn’t true. Distances provided by GPS are ambiguous at best, and worse, they don’t account for slope.
Golfers who want to elevate their game know that a Leupold Golf Rangefinder is more accurate but also boasts next-level features GPS cannot. These innovative features are the top three reasons a golf rangefinder will change your game.
1. GPS DOESN'T ACCOUNT FOR SLOPE
With GPS-based apps, you only get line-of-sight readings. And that’s suitable enough for going through a bucket of balls at the driving range. But when it really matters, a slope-equipped Leupold golf rangefinder uses trigonometry to consistently deliver reliable accurate distance measurements on any course. (Learn more about the Best Rangefinders For Slope)
2. UTILIZE TRUE GOLF RANGE
A golf rangefinder with slope is nice when you’re shooting for birdies, but a rangefinder equipped with True Golf Range (TGR) is even more advantageous than calculating slope if you are serious about lowering your handicap. Not only does it calculate angle-compensated ranges, but it also considers atmospheric conditions (like temperature and elevation) and your average striking power to generate the most accurate digitally processed readings on the market.
3. BUILT IN CLUB SELECTOR
Our Club Selector gives you every advantage you need to hit the perfect shot. By pre-entering your normal striking distances for your 8, 6, and 4 irons, Club Selector will then make club recommendations based on the TGR of your shot. With our Club Selector, you know you'll have the right distance and the right club every time. It’s basically like having a professional caddie in the palm of your hand.
We offer the best golf rangefinders to take a few strokes off your handicap and increase your pace of play. All of the combined features built into a Leupold Golf Rangefinder will forever change the way you approach your day on the links. And since it is USGA legal, you’ll be ready to bring a competitive edge to your tournaments as well.
GOLF RANGEFINDERS FEATURING TGR