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DON'T GUESS WITH GPS
GX VS. GPS
GPS-based rangefinders have seen an increase in popularity in recent years. However, when you compare a Leupold GX rangefinder to a traditional GPS, the superiority of the GX becomes clear. GPS provides triangulated distances to the front, middle, and back of the green, while Leupold GX rangefinders provide the exact distance to the pin, wherever it is located. And with our exclusive True Golf Range (available on GX-2i³, GX-5i³, and GX-6c), you get the true distance to the flag, incorporating elevation changes, temperature, and other atmospheric conditions.
A GPS is a “shotgun” approach, while a Leupold GX system is more of a “sniper rifle” approach
Another Leupold exclusive. Available on the GX-2i³, GX-5i³, and GX-6c, Club Selector gives you every advantage you need to hit the shot. By pre-entering your normal striking distances for the 8, 6, and 4 irons, Club Selector will then make club recommendations based on the True Golf Range of your shot. It’s like having your own caddie who knows your every shot.
In this example, the display shows a line-of-sight measurement of 150 yards. When considering the ground’s 6° incline, the striking distance calculated by True Golf Range is 164 yards. The world club is then shown instead of the line-of sight measurement followed by the recommended club in the same place–in this case, the 8 iron.