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Rocky

California

Hdcp: 1.5

 

Haven't bought a new rangefinder in 6 years, would love to try out a new one!

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Ryan

Montana

Handicap 6

 

Been thinking of switching from sky caddie for a while but haven't been sure it's worth the money.

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Robbie

Pennsylvania

14.7

 

I have been going by feel for 50 years. I need to be convinced that a rangefinder can make a difference.

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J D hicks. Illinois

 

HCP 18

 

Even though I own lase range finders I use for hunting I have never used one on the golf course I have always gone of the yardage on the sprinkler heads and range estimation but it would be nice to have something a bit more accurate

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