Camouflage Range Finders

Don O

Granted they don't do elevation adjustments, but for general purpose accuracy, does anyone have experience using hunting range finders for golf?  They certainly can be $100+ less expensive.  I aim for the center of the green and not the pin anyway, but the distances to hazards/dog leg corners would be easier than a low end GPS.

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  1. Skylar T

    A while back I bought a cheep range finder for like 100 bucks but it was a total waste because it never worked well and you could only get measurements from inside 100 yards.  If you want my advice I would just bite the bullet and get a nice bushnell rangefinder.  Even though they are expensive, they are well worth it.

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