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  1. Precision Pro has folowed up it's NX7 rangefinder a Most Wanteed Wnner for Value with the NX9 HD. Offering all the same technology from the previous version but enhanced HD optics take this price friendly range finder to a new level where it competes with some of the biger name brands. Precisionn Pro has provided the following testers all with the NX9 HD to test out on the range, on the course and any other interesting place they may decide to put it to work. Follow along as they will be sharing their thoughts via a Stage 1 post in the next couple of days, then participating in an
  2. Below is what is currently in my bag.It is all Titleist currently because i wanted a bag full of clubs that not only fit me but match from driver down to the putter and the person i order my clubs through is a Titleist Staffer that usually can get me a discount. Driver:Titleist TS3 9.5 Degree With OBAN Kiyoshi Black X Stiff 3 Wood: TS3 15 Degree with Oban Kiyoshi Black X Stiff 4-PW Titleist 718 AP2 Black with True Temper AMT WHITE X100 50, 56, 60 Degree Titleist Vokey Sm6's w/ C-taper KBS your x stiff... Soon to be Sm8's w/ nippon 130 Putter: Scotty Cameron N
  3. OFFICIAL PRECISION PRO NX7 REVIEW MDGolfHacker - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 Schnergun - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 SCC4380 - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 Visit Precision Pros website HERE Visit Precision Pros Facebook HERE Visit Precision Pros Twitter HERE Visit Precision Pros Instagram HERE
  4. TESTERS ANNOUNCED! Who are the seven forum users that the NX9 has locked on for testing? @FromRightToLeft @Jbmullin @russtopherb @B.Boston @poprocksncoke @JonMUSC08 @perseveringgolfer @GolfSpy MPR Full announcement found here. Testers Wanted (7) Anyone that has read or better yet tried one of the previous versions of the Precision Pro rangefinders knows a couple things for sure. The company is very customer oriented, responding to any manor of questions promptly and efficiently. It's very first iteration of range finder
  5. (4) TESTERS WANTED!!! PRECISION PRO NX7 & NXT PRO LASER RANGEFINDERS It used to be there was a Snake River Canyon-sized gap between the big-name laser rangefinders and the so-called budget rangefinders. Both would give you distance, but dollars would buy you more features, sharper optics and greater accuracy. You can still spend an arm, a leg and most of your uvula on a big-name rangefinder, but the gap is shrinking. Cincinnati-based Precision Pro Golf has been a leader in what some have called value lasers, but even that label doesn't fit anymore. And Precision Pro thin
  6. (4) Testers Wanted: Precision Pro Nexus Laser Rangefinder There are few universal truths in golf, but one that has taken hold is that if you want a high quality laser rangefinder, be prepared to shell out at least 3 bills. Anything less leans toward the "toy" end of the of golf equipment spectrum. Testers Wanted: The folks at Precision Pro are taking aim at the notion that a laser rangefinder has to be a big ticket item. The company says its Nexus Laser can stand toe to toe with the big boys, with features such as a 400 yard range, a 1/10th of a yard measurements, 6X ma
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