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TESTERS ANNOUNCED: Bushnell Tour V4/Tour V4 Slope Rangefinders


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Lionel Turgeon

Saskatchewan

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Between Palm Springs, Jamaica, and Vegas I will be able to do a week of golf/month in the winter so works out to 1 out of 4 days I'm able to test during Jan/Feb/March.  And we were golfing here in April last year.  I would love to test one of those units out, especially since I'll be on new golf courses I've never golfed before.

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I currently use a very old Bushnell Pinseeker 1500.  Dependent upon the course, it may or may not work well.  It works best with flag sticks that have the reflectors on them; if not, it is very difficult to get a reading.  I also use a Golf Buddy GPS when I travel and don't have the room to take my large and bulky Bushnell.  I'm headed to Florida in January, where I will be playing almost every day.

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Larry from Fort St John, British Columbia, using Sky Caddie. Would love to try the V4.

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Joe P

 

Stillwater, Mn

 

I currently use a Leupold GX-4i.

I'll be heading down to Florida in a couple weeks and would love to compare either of the Bushnells to my current rangefinder. I should get in about 35 rounds of golf this winter.

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Eric from Tampa, Florida

I currently use a Bushnell Pinseeker 1500.  

 

It might be old school, but it's accurate.  There are some minor annoyances, such as the battery cover popping off, or the slightly bulky size, but it makes up for it in ease of aiming and accuracy. I would be interested to see if another rangefinder would really be a big improvement.

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I currently have one of the original Bushnell 1500 with slope and it would be interesting to test it against a new one to see if distances are the same. It could be relevant to know if they are worth upgrading.

 

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Brandon

Snoqualmie, WA

 

Always golf season up here in Washington, windy and rainy but that makes for a good test.

 

I use a Leupold GX-4i, it has slope and a fog mode. Also use GolfShot Pro on my iPhone.

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Dave from South Carolina.

Currently use Bushnell Tour V3 Patriot Pack. I like it very much, but have been looking at comparing it to a unit that also measures for elevation/slope change. 

Thank you for the opportunity

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