Bushnell Yardage Pro Tour Rangefinder
Price Range:$279.95 to $499.99
The Bushnell Tour Z6 Golf Laser Rangefinder allows you to instantaneously acquire flags up to 450 yards away with extreme speed and... Read More
The Bushnell Tour Z6 Golf Laser Rangefinder allows you to instantaneously acquire flags up to 450 yards away with extreme speed and incredible range. The rangefinder is the perfect accessory on the course as it is tournament legal and has the unmatched precision of E.S.P. and the clarity of Vivid Display Technology. The rangefinder is accompanied by a T-Reign Retractable Gear Tether to keep your rangefinder accessible and ensures that you won't leave it behind. Minimize
Product Review Summary
7 Reviews from Epinions.com
Dec 10, 2005
Oops I did it again... I lost another rangefinder, actually my truck ate it.
Pros: Compact size, great build quality, ease of use.
Cons: Not waterproof.
Marketed for golfers but good for hunting as well. Build quality is excellent. Very easy to use. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 12, 2005
Yardage Pro a great rig
Pros: Size, ease of use, great eye relief, compact hip case.
Cons: The only shortfall is the lack of an illumination system for the "heads up" display. Read More at Epinions.com
May 9, 2005
Bushnell Yardage Pro Rangefinder
Pros: Lightweight, easy to use, accurate. Partners will want you to "give them the yardage"
Cons: MUST keep rangefinder steady, especially as the distance increases. Battery replacement tricky
The Yardage Pro Tour Rangefinder is a great golf aid that when used properly gives you confidence that your distances are spot-on correct. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 16, 2006
Pros: Small compact size, ease of use
Cons: Small size makes holding steady tougher Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 27, 2008
Great little rangefinder
Pros: Easy to use. Point and click. The scan feature really helps.
Cons: None yet. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 4, 2008
Good inside 150 yards
Pros: Inexpensive and accurate inside 150 yards
Cons: Pretty much worthless outside 150 yards. Read More at Epinions.com