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Test In-Progress: Voice Caddie SL2 Rangefinder

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Equipment Type: Rangefinder
Vendor: Voice Caddie

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Testers Announced! 
Please congratulate our 4 testers for the Voice Caddie SL2 test.
@MB59
@Tom D.
@Bucky CC
@blackngold_blood

The Voice Caddie SL2 rangefinder finished just a small step off the podium in our annual rangefinder rankings. That said, the SL2 certainly held its own with category leaders Bushnell, Nikon, and Precision Pro.

With a design inspired by the wood grain and brushed aluminum of high-end yachts, Voice Caddie believes its flagship product, is one of the most technologically advanced rangefinders on the market.

So now we'd like to get some feedback from MyGolfSpy readers. Interested? Apply by clicking the blue "Sign Up" button in the upper right!

286 Comments




Just moved to a new area with 4 or 5 brand new (to me) courses would love a tool like this to test out and dial my game in

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The options only let you select one! I have the sky caddy LX5 watch, I also have a Garmin watch that I’m testing for my own use against the sky caddy, and I have the Wingman, plus my laser. Honestly, on the courses I play all the time I’m still mapping my distances, and getting an idea of the accuracy of the watches. This started with the sky caddy watches because I noticed that my watch and the guy who was in my group who had the same exact watch was different by about 10 yards. Same setup (course, tee selection, etc.,) so now before I trust any of them I’m double checking these all against each other! 

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I'm needing something to to give me a better chance to level playing field. I'm terrible at judging distance and constantly under or over hitting my shots due to incorrect clue selection.

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I have never used a Rangefinder - this would be a unique opportunity to try this out de nouveau !

 

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A very attractive package and I'm anxious to test it out. It would be interesting to see how it compares to the Arccos Caddie system.

 

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Would love to test this. Had a Bushnell for years until it died a few months ago.  Bought a Golf Buddy rangefinder as kind of a cheap replacement and not really loving it. It would be interesting to compare the Voice Caddy to the Bushnell and Golf Buddy products.

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Looks like a great product and welcome a chance to try it out.  Sr. golfers like myself can use every available advantage on the course.

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Currently using Shotscope watch.... distances seem ..meh.......wonder what this is like !!

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Currently i use the Bushnell Tour V5 Patriot, and also have the Nikon Coolshot Pro stabilize (back up).

I had the Bushnell Pro X2 Laser, this was my favorite Laser of all time until it got lost in transition while traveling.

Bushnell and Nikon are extremely reliable and very similar in distance as well. Bushnells jolt is a nice feature to have while the Nikon stabilizer needs a little time to get used to but at the end great feature (would be nice to have a rangfinder with both).

Very interested on how the Voice Caddie SL2 would perform vs price range.

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Currently use a phone app for distances and have been on the fence about a rangefinder for some time.  Would love to try one out!

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As a long time Bushnell user it would be interesting to compare another distance measuring device. May be just the picture but it looks small as well.

Cheers to all.

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I would love to test and possibly upgrade from my old rangefinder 

steve

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Use a Callaway Laser and either a Sky Caddie LX5 or Garmin approach S20. Belts & suspenders.

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Looking for a better one now so this is timely to test out.  Enjoy the weekend all!!

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I currently rely on my phone app. Can you use a rangefinder to see how far you hit balls on the driving range?

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Would love to see how these stack up against 18Birdies, V1 Game, and Arcoss (which I currently use). 

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