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Josh Ohio

Currently using Garmin Approach S1 watch.  Also have a Golf Buddy Voice X (gift) still in the box.

Would love to compare these to laser option.  Thanks for opportunity!

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Ben
St. Louis, MO.
Nikon 40i laser w/slope and Garmin S20 watch (use both).
Play 2-3 rounds per week.

 

As a fitter for the largest golf retailer in the US, I am required to know the features & benefits of all rangefinders & golf watches we carry, & would enjoy comparing the NX-7 to my Nikon & Garmin products.

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Tyler, Missouri

 

Currently use a combination of stat tracking apps such as The Grint and 18 Birdies, as well as course yardage markers.

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Tim, Syracuse, New York.

Currently using 18 Birdies app GPS.

Have wanted a range finder for quite some time. Would greatly appreciate the opportunity and would Thoroughly and Honestly review.

Thank you

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(6) TESTERS WANTED!!!

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Precision Pro NX7 PRO

Laser Rangefinder

 

 

So how much do you need to spend to get a top performing laser rangefinder?

 

Well, apparently not as much as you might think. The Cincinnati-based Precision Pro has built its reputation on high performing rangefinders with all the features you might at a price you definitely will love. Oh, and there's a lifetime free battery replacement program, too.

 

There's a lot to like here.

 

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TESTERS WANTED:

 

The Precision Pro NX7 PRO model has all the stuff you might want in a rangefinder: adaptive slope mode, pulse vibration and a 400 yard max range. Features, however, are one thing - but what we really care about is performance.

 

That's where you come in.

 

We're looking for SIX avid, motivated and honest golfers to test, review and keep a Precision Pro NX7 PRO rangefinder, and let the MyGolfSpy community what you think.

 

This review opportunity is open to any golfer in the U.S. or Canada.

 

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HOW TO APPLY:

 

We take our community reviews pretty seriously here at MyGolfSpy, so please read and follow these instructions carefully.

 

1. You MUST sign up in this forum thread. Signing up in the blog comments section won't do you any good.

 

2. In this thread, please tell us the following:

 

- Your first name and home state/province

- What do you use currently to measure distance?

 

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We'll be selecting our six testers next week, so please make sure to check back here to see if you've been selected.

 

Good luck!

Doug - Pennsylvania

 

I currently use a SkyCaddie LINX golf watch, as well as a Bushnell Pro 1600 Slope Edition laser rangefinder for measuring distances on the golf course.

 

Sent from my SM-G935V using MyGolfSpy mobile app

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Matt, GA

I have a Garmin Vivoactive watch that I will use when walking. I don't like the feel of it on my wrist, though, so I attach it to my bag which doesn't work great if I'm riding. Would love to try a rangefinder for both the range to help my practice sessions as well as using it on course.

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Stefon

 

Edinburgh, Scotland

 

Currently use a cheap Chinese laser I got from Facebook for £20. Couldn't complain as it has slope as well.

 

Use to use a garmin G6 approach but wanted a laser to try as I've had bushnells in the past

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Max: Waukegan, Illinois.

 

While caddying I measure distance with a Bushnell Tour V4 switch, and I keep my Tour V3 slope in my golf bag for personal use, unless of course I'm playing a tournament.

 

Thanks for the opportunity!

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Your first name and home state/province

 

     Mike/Indiana

 

What do you use currently to measure distance?

 

     Nikon Coolshot 40

 

This would be a great opportunity!

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