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Dave, NY

 

Currently on Bush Tour V4

Pro caddie at one of America's top 10 courses. Live and die by the distance device! (And a few good reads)

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Elliott, Georgia, USA

 

TecTecTec VPro500

 

Kudos to all of you guys only using course markers to tell distance. I get stressed when I don't know the exact yardage. Used ta could, but not no mo. 

 

However, I will say this. Once I went golfing with my grandfather who was a Marine Sniper. I pulled my rangefinder to look at a pin. He said 143. Rangefinder said 142.

 

I put the rangefinder back in the bag. Coolest thing ever. 


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Jake. Georgia.

Bushnell Tour Z6


Driver: Ping G400
FW: Callaway Rogue SZ
Irons: Titleist AP2 710
Wedges: Vokey SM6
Putter: Taylormade Spider Tour
Ball: Titleist AVX

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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!

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Jim.  British Columbia, Canada

 

Using an (old) Garmin Approach G5.  Clunky but gives me a better idea than pacing from sprinkler heads.


Grumpy is my muse.  He reminds me that it's just a game and not to take myself too seriously.

 

Currently in my bag, everything regular flex:

Ping G400, Alta CB (with a  Grumpy headcover)

Ping G25 4 wood

Ping G25 20 degree hybrid

Ping G25 23 degree hybrid

Callaway Apex CF16 Black 5 though A wedge

Cleveland CF15 54 degree

Cleveland Smart Sole S

Evnroll ER5 hatchback

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John Cole. Turner, ME

Golf Buddy


John Cole

Turner Highlands

Maine

Callaway Great Big Bertha Driver

Tour Edge Exotics 3 wood

Mizuno Hybrids and Wedges

Sterling Single Length irons

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I currently use a tec tec tec on the course and a Leica 1600 in the woods. I've owned Leupold, Bushnell, Nikon, and used Vortex, Swarovski,Sig, Zeiss, and others. I'm a little bit of an optics nerd and would love to review it.

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Dan from Alabama

Currently use a mix of devices: my home course has GPS on board the cart, and I also use the 18 birdies app, and occasionally my buddy's laser rangefinder (can't recall the brand)


USMC currently stationed in Okinawa Japan

 

Driver: Wilson Triton 10.5* Aldila Rogue stiff

FAIRWAY: Taylormade M2 2017

Irons: PRGR TR 900 Forged 4-PW

Wedges: Wilson Harmonized 56*, Ray Cook Blue Goose 60*

Putter: Taylormade Spider Platinum Tour

Ball: Whatever I find in the woods while I’m looking for the one I hit in there

 

Current Handicap: 16.8 USGA

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(6) TESTERS WANTED!!!

attachicon.gifPP 2.png

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.

 

attachicon.gifPrecision-Pro-NX7-3-0099.jpg

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.

 

attachicon.gifPrecision-Pro-NX7-5-0132.jpg

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?

 

attachicon.gifPP 1.png

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!

 

 

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