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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




I’ve been using arccos and a basic garmin gps watch for a year or so. Would be interesting to compare to a laser range finder. 

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This is going to be a fun one!!  Get out those football fields grid lines boys and girls!

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229 rounds last year without any range finder and kept a 11.9 Handicap😇😇

Not sure a range finder would help this 67 year old, But I am willing to try it out 🤩🤩

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I have a off brand with slope that is as accurate as a Bushnell. I would like to compare. Thank you.

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I have never used a rangefinder and lately feel as if I have been missing out. I have been playing for 25+ years and have always relied on yardage markers. I would love to try this one out.

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My regular course is super hilly, and would love to see what sort of elevation change calculations this comes up with.

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I have a Bushnell and it is great but I would love to have this range finder.

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Definitely interested in trying this up against my Bushnell. Thanks For the opportunity!

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I had to sell my last rangefinder this last year for some expenses and have been rangefinderless for a little while now. I definitely feel like I could be shooting lower scores if I was able to get more accurate numbers. 
 

Have had Leupold and Bushnell in the past. 

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Interesting combo, love to test it and write a detailed review... Thanks for the opportunity...

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My old range finder is showing it's age. I would like to try something new and up to date. I play 3-4 times a week. 

I could give this one a thorough test.

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I have the Nikon 40i 5 years and looking at the Bushnell Pro XE. Would love to test this before I buy a new model.

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Alright after today's round I'm in. Actually ran into 4 separate times I could have used a rangefinder with the ability to lock onto the flag.  The green function looks awesome as well

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I have been using a Leupold for years, but it is old and out of warranty.  The yardage number digits are burning out and not easily readable.  I am in the market for a new range finder as I find that to be fastest and most reliable way to obtain the yardage info I need. Would love try the Voice Caddy SL2.

 

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Great to see this up against my Bushnell Tour V5 Shift that I got recently. 

I’m sure there are more interesting options than Bushnell 

 

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Great opportunity from Voice Caddy and MGS…I just bought a new Bushnell a couple of months ago so I’ll be following along

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i dont use anything and can not see much more then 100 yards anymore so this would help out tons, i would love to try it being disabled vet i do not have much extra money for stuff like this, it could be a game changer for sure ty for the chance...

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Currently using either a Shot Scope V3 , or a laser tree height meter - I would prefer to look a bit less like a cheapskate though 🙂

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I currently use a Bushnell Hybrid, which I've had for many years. I'm also a fan of Arccos built into my grips. 

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Sounds interesting.  Currently use the Bushnell Pro XE but gladly test your product.  Do product testing for other manufacturers.  Understand the process.  

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I currently use a voice caddy gps device to get distances to the front and back of the green and a LaserLink Red Hot rangefinder for yardage to the pin.

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Tried some of their products in the past, would like to see how this compares to my gamer

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