Review: NEXUS Laser Rangefinder from Precision Pro

Jun 7, 2016 | 2 Comments

Precision Pro’s Nexus Laser Rangefinder

Can a low cost unit give you the performance you need?

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New USGA Rule | New Consumer Tool

Apr 26, 2016 | 130 Comments

Bushnell Updates the Popular Tour V line

Does the ability to disable slope make this a must have?

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How USGA changing Rule 14.3 Affects Your Laser

Apr 19, 2016 | 9 Comments

USGA Changes Local Rule on Rangefinders

This could change what’s available and what you buy.

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Golf’s Most Wanted Laser Rangefinder 2015

Jul 23, 2015 | 30 Comments

The laser rangefinder is the most accurate, and most direct way for a golfer to measure distance to target. But how can a golfer know which rangefinder is the best?

This year we have assembled a cohort of a dozen lasers from both large and small manufacturers to determine which laser will be 2015’s Most Wanted Laser Rangefinder.

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Golf’s Most Wanted! Laser Rangefinder

Jul 7, 2014 | 81 Comments

The laser rangefinder is an essential tool for the golfer wanting exact yardages. But which laser rangefinder is the best of the bunch? Which laser should you choose to be your go to measuring device. As always, MyGolfSpy is here to help.

We put eight laser rangefinders from the top manufacturers head to head to determine which one deserves the title of Golf’s Most Wanted Laser Rangefinder. [READ MORE]

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Review – Leupold GX-1i and GX-2i Laser Rangefinders

Aug 28, 2013 | 18 Comments

To slope or not to slope, that’s the question.

Luckily most of the laser rangefinder companies offer their units in both with slope and nope-slope configurations. Slope or not, you can get the laser rangefinder that you need for your game. What I have for review today are Leupold’s new GX-1i and GX-2i laser rangefinders. The GX-1i is the no-slope unit, while the GX-2i will give you yardages calculated for slope. As you will see, the GX-2i can actually take more than just slope into account when giving you that distance that you are looking for. [READ MORE]

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Golf Gadget Review: SkyCaddie GPS Watch

Jul 15, 2013 | 25 Comments

Based upon my experiences with the Skycaddie Breeze and the SGXw, the Skycaddie GPS Watch has some pretty large shoes to fill. The question that came to mind when I started testing the watch was could a limited feature watch achieve the same level of performance as its full-featured cousins?

I came away very impressed with the SkyCaddie GPS Watch, much more so than I expected. If this little guy told me about sand and such, it could easily become part of the regular golf toolbox. There is really something to be said for just looking quickly at your wrist for a yardage number. If front/middle/back is all you really need, and watches are part of your golf ensemble, I think that you will like what the Skycaddie GPS Watch has to offer. [READ MORE]

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Bushnell Tour V3 Laser Rangefinder – REVIEW

May 8, 2013 | 54 Comments

Adding new features to something does not always equal improvement, especially if what you are improving is already an excellent product. Case in point, the critically acclaimed Bushnell Tour V2 laser rangefinder. The Tour V2 is an outstanding rangefinder. In fact, most of the people that I talk to consider it to be the go to rangefinder in the Bushnell line. But the V2 is also yesterday in the market, and yesterday just doesn’t sell, especially when talking about technology. New and improved grabs dollars, provided the “improvements” are actually improvements.

Enter the Bushnell Tour V3 laser rangefinder. Right away by the numbering, we can see that the V3 is one better than the V2. Kidding aside, what does the change in the model number actually represent? Are there new features? Yes there are, but do they really make the V3 better than the V2? [READ MORE]

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Leupold PinCaddie Laser Rangefinder–REVIEW

Apr 22, 2013 | 9 Comments

Think this is just another rangefinder review? Think again. This PinCaddie may be the best value laser rangefinder on the market today. If you want to range your distances on the golf course via laser, you need the hardware, and these, albeit cool, pieces of hardware are not typically billed as budget friendly.

That is until the recent release of Leupold’s PinCaddie Laser Rangefinder. Rather than designing a unit to displace the lasers at the top of the line, Leupold has positioned the PinCaddie at the lower end. And while it might look like any other rangefinder, this thing does more with less. CHECK THIS THING OUT!

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Mar 4, 2013 | 49 Comments

Growing up, calling something the “Cadillac of” anything meant that it was the best of class. No matter how you say it, we are looking at the top of the line unit from SkyCaddie. Unlike the upgradeable (and excellent) SkyCaddie Breeze, the SGXw comes fully loaded with all of SkyCaddie’s features. This thing is cocked, locked, and ready to rock right out of the box.

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Golf Gadget Review! – Laser Link Switch Laser Rangefinder

Feb 5, 2013 | 10 Comments

As a boy growing up, the idea of walking around with a laser in my hands fascinated me, shooting bad guys and taking out objects with the flick of a switch. So when Laser Link asked me to review the Switch, I was all over it like a boy in a candy shop. But, we have reviewed a lot of rangefinders at MyGolfSpy, so this would be no small job for the Laser Link Switch.

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Dec 10, 2012 | 125 Comments

Win a SkyCaddie Breeze GPS! Not only do you have a chance to win a SkyCaddie Breeze, but whoever wins will be getting, “the most accurate GPS unit I have ever tested”. So what else stands out about the Breeze? Well, out of the box, the SkyCaddie Breeze gives you an accurate, affordable, but initially minimally featured GPS unit. But, the beauty of the Breeze, especially compared to other lower-cost GPS units out there, is that although it starts out minimally featured, it’s still a SkyCaddie, and if you want more features, they are just a paid upgrade away. And there are lots of them. So you only pay for what features YOU want. {READ REVIEW & ENTER CONTEST}

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GOLF GADGET REVIEW! – Bushnell Neo+ Watch GPS

Nov 6, 2012 | 174 Comments

(WE’RE GIVING AWAY 3 OF THESE!) If you look from the perspective of Golf Distance Made Simple™, then Bushnell’s Neo+ GPS Watch definitely does what it is advertised to do. This is a quick, accurate, and very easy to use GPS unit housed in a simple, yet stylish, watch. If you want a GPS that gives you measurements to front, back, and middle of the green, and also doubles as a casual watch, give the Neo+ GPS Watch a look. {READ & ENTER CONTEST!}

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GOLF GADGET REVIEW: Callaway upro mx+ GPS

Sep 28, 2012 | 39 Comments

I need to start this review with something that Callaway would likely rather I not bring up again. Some of you may remember from about a year ago that the last incarnation of the Callaway upro mx GPS unit had some technical issues. We’re not talking minor issues, like how I sometimes forget good nutrition and eat an apple fritter. Mmmmmm. The problems with the unit were so serious that Callaway recalled them, issuing refund checks to those who returned the second-generation units.

So you see, when Callaway released the upro mx+ earlier this year, it was more than just a release of the latest generation of the unit. Due to the face-plant of the previous unit, this upro not only had to be good, but it had to make people forget about what happened with the previous upro. So, get your game face on upro mx+. You’ve got a battle ahead. {READ REVIEW!}

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Aug 29, 2012 | 51 Comments

So which “Golf GPS Rangefinder” do you choose? Which one is the best? There’s a lot of choices out there and even more questions from consumers. There needed to be a comprehensive test done of both the big name and smaller name Golf GPS units. Which is exactly why the MyGolfSpy staff tested them, rated them and then compared them head-to-head to find out ultimately which models outperformed their competition. So…with that being said here is our {TOP 10 – “2012 BEST GOLF GPS RANGEFINDERS”} {VIEW RESULTS}

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