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Leupold GX 4i2


Great looking device! Would love to give it a try and compare to my current range finder.



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Steve F - from Florida. Play once or twice a week using a Bushnell rangefinder that's seen better days. A simple gps on my wrist seems like a great idea - would to test it. Handicap is 18.

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Daytona Beach/ Port Orange, Fl




Have been trying to use a Bushnell NEO


Would like to try this item since my current device only works at times.

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Edmund from Illinois




I usually use the scorecard, markers on the course, sprinkler heads, yardage stakes, and just walking off yards with my strides. I don't have a rangefinder nor do I use GPS. 

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Steilacoom, WA; 20 Handicap

I currently use a Bushnell NEO X GPS watch, which is a bit bulky, but it's generally accurate. I work as a player assistant at Chambers Bay, and frequently refer to my GPS watch to help players who don't have either a GPS or rangefinder, especially with shot from off the fairway. (And if you've played Chambers Bay, you'll know that there are an awful lot of those!)


I have the ability to perform a pretty rigorous test of this device, by checking it against the many different types and brands of rangefinders we get on the course, especially with the group of veteran caddies at our course. I also would do a side-by-side comparison with my Bushnell GPS watch on the many other courses that I play around the state.


I'm pretty tech-savvy, so setting up a new device and troubleshooting any issues won't present a problem for me. Finally, I write a pretty darned good review, which is how I was chosen to review products for Amazon.com as part of their "Vine" program. (And I'm clearly humble...)


Thanks for the opportunity to be considered to test this Precision Pro Golf GPS Band!

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Walter Hoehn

Charlotte, NC



I currently use an Apple Watch and the app SwingxSwing.

Interested in another solution.

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Erik Torngren, Hawaii


Handicap: 4.8


I use the free Golfshot app as well as a Taylormade-sponsored app on my Microsoft Band 2 fitness tracker.

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Wow - that look fantastic - would love to be a tester !



Noel - Emu Plains NSW Australia 2750










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Chris Aucoin

British Columbia

HDCP.....high 20's

......Usually eyeball distances

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