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TESTERS ANNOUNCED: Bushnell Tour V4/Tour V4 Slope Rangefinders


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Joe from Arizona. Use Swing by Swing golf app.

 

Sent from my LG-H830 using MyGolfSpy mobile app

Driver: Radspeed XB 10.5

Fairway: F9 Speedback 3W 14.5

Hybrids: F8 2(17), F8 3(19)

Irons: Forged Tec One Length (5-PW)

Wedges: Cleveland CBX2 (50, 54 and 58 degree)

Putter:  Sigma 2 Fetch 

Rangefinder:  Precision Pro NX9 slope

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Tom "TC" Clark

 

Sarasota, FL

 

Old school, eyeballs!!! lol, generally I use the course yardage markers, or if I'm lucky, the course I'm playing has  GPS in the cart.

 

HCP: 2.4

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I've been using a 1500 Tournament Series Bushnell for about 6-7 years, but have recently gone to a Bushnell watch, which is convenient, since there is no point and shoot required, but I really want to go "back" a next generation model with image stabilization or "target lock" and the most recently upgraded features etc.

 

thanks for the consideration

Fresh  :rolleyes:

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Chris

Southern California

Bushnell Tour V2 w/Slope

 

Plenty of courses in the area where slope compensation comes into play, (Spanish Hills, Sterling Hills, Glen Annie & Saticoy), so good testing grounds to put a new one through the paces. Just as many flat tracks as well. 

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Casey Floyd

California

Bushnell V2

Driver = Cobra Fly-Z + 10 degree w/ Aldila RIP Phenom Shaft

3-Wood = Cobra Fly-Z + 14.5 degree

3-Iron = Ping iBlade w/ Ping Standard Graphite Shaft

4-PW = Ping iBlade w/ Project X Rifle Shafts

50 degree = Titleist SM5

54 degree = Titleist SM5

58 degree = Titleist SM5

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(5) Testers Wanted!

 

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Bushnell Tour V4/Tour V4 Slope Laser Rangefinders

“How far” isn't a particularly profound question. But when it comes to your approach shot, it's easy to take the technology you use to figure it out for granted.

Bushnell bills itself as the “undisputed #1 laser rangefinder in golf,” and if you judge by counting the number of Bushnell's you see hanging from bags at any golf course, it's kind of hard to dispute.

 

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Testers Wanted!

But are they really the best? We want your help to find out if Bushnell's new Tour V4 is a worthy soldier in the Bushnell lineup.

MyGolfSpy is looking for 5 avid and in-season golfers to test out (and keep) the new V4. Three of you will test and review the standard Tour V4 model, and two will do the same with the Tour V4 Slope model. Put these things through your most demanding tests and let's see if they perform.

 

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How To Apply:

As you know, we take our product testing pretty seriously here at MyGolfSpy, so please read – and follow - these instructions carefully.

First – if you haven't already, you must register for the MyGolfSpy Community Forum (click here to sign up).

Second – please provide us with your name, home state/province and what, if any, yardage measuring device you use currently.

Good luck!

 

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And for more info on the Bushnell Tour V4 Rangefinder and other Bushnell products, visit the Bushnell Golf website.

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