What to Choose? GPS vs Laser Rangefinder

Correspondent Frank LaRosa from Golf to Go on ESPN Radio 1320 is here to tell us the difference between GPS and Laser Rangefinders. He has enlisted expert Stephen Smith from Bushnell to provide his insight and to share their new product introductions.

The Bushnell Hybrid is the best of both worlds. This cool device is a laser rangefinder with a GPS built into it. Now you can get the exact distance to the flag stick, along with the front, back and center measurements of the green with the GPS capabilities. (Retail $499.99) Click HERE for more information.

The laser rangefinder is going to provide better course management ability by telling you the distance to the bunker or water or tree… or whatever is potentially blocking your next shot.

Bushnell also introduced their Tour Z6 model. This is going to be the most compact, precise laser rangefinder that Bushnell has ever made. It also has Bushnell’s Vivid Display and ESP (Extreme Speed Precision). It will provide 1/2 yard accuracy with a tenth yard readout. (Retail $399.99) Click HERE for details.

If you want to know exactly how to hit your clubs, then the Tour Z6 is going to have the answers.

Do you have questions about GPS or Laser Rangefinders. Come into the Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop where we have our GPS / Laser Rangefinder Technology Department with over 20 different models to choose from. Our experts are on hand to answer your questions. Or click HERE to shop online at www.MortonGolfSales.com and compare the various models for yourself.

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