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Testers ANNOUNCED! Precision Pro NX9 HD Rangefinder

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Brandon Marusic - Troy, Michigan

I have always relied on eye balling, using things such as 150 markers etc and counting my paces from my nearest marker and on. This allows me to get my most accurate reading without a rangefinder

I have been in the market for a new rangefinder as I am trying to lower my scores and I feel a most accurate reading would help that as I often find myself hitting too far, very possibly due to incorrect yardages.Ex of this would be my last round where i calculated having 205 yards out and i elected to hit a 7 iron and went 15 yards long. This would be very cool to test as I have never used a rangefinder and it would be very interesting to see how accurate this product is and how it would or if it would directly impact my scoring.

Appreciate it MyGolfSpy and Go Tiger! 🙂


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WITB 2019

Driver: :taylormade-small:Taylormade M2 8.5 w/ Xstiff Aldila RIP Beta shaft

2 Iron: :taylormade-small:Talormade P790 UDI 17 degree w/ Hazardus Xstiff driver shaft

4-PW: :taylormade-small:Taylormade PSI iron w/ KBS C-taper stiff iron shafts

52 degree: :cleveland-small:Cleveland RTX 3

56 degree: :callaway-small:Callaway Mac Daddy 4

60 degree-::taylormade-small:Taylormade milled grind

Putter: :cameron-small:Scotty Cameron Dual Balance X5


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Hi, Craig from Calgary.  I’ve used many devices over the years.  I currently have a Bushnell Pro 1600 Tournament Edition Golf Laser Rangefinder which I used for many years, very accurate and easy pick up the pin.  A couple years ago, I won a bushnell V4 , nice size, easy to carry , but trouble picking up pins that don’t have a good reflector.  Also have had a couple models of Sky caddies, and a Bushnell Neo Ghost.  Both do what they advertise but somewhat time consuming on the course, but provide helpful info. Have also tried several different models of lasers that friends have, including slope models and different manufacturers.  Lots of experience with different on cart GPS systems and their shortcomings and usefulness   

Would love to try the Precision Pro and report on my findings.  


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Dave/ Naples, FL

I currently use a Bushnell V3 I purchased approximately 4 months ago and have been underwhelmed with the “Jolt” technology so far. Previously I used a Leupold which served my quite well until it unceremoniously died. Testing the Precision Pro would certainly be a welcome opportunity to test equipment which My Golf Spy has  endorsed. Looking forward to seeing the reviews in the weeks ahead!


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Colin, Warwick< United Kingdom CV35 8JB

I currently and always have used a selection of aids, old fashioned yardage books, Yardage markers

and A tom Tom 2 golfing GPS, and as you put it< Eyeballing..

Not many are specifically helpful for the hazards which I believe are the biggest reason for my failing

scores, not my axe murderer swing? I play three times a week with a regular four ball who are always

trying out new clubs etc and would love to be able to add this to our list.

Regards Colin

Currently playing Ping i500’s, TaylorMade Sim Driver, callaway driving irons/ 18/21/24 degrees, Japanese putter( Sukira forged) TaylorMade high toe wedges. Play twice a week and practice when ever I can 

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Jake / Tulsa, OK

I use a range finder

NX7 PRO precision pro golf

Tulsa, OK; Right Handed; 6.2hc

Driver   Callaway Rouge SZ

3W       Titleist 915 F  

3H        Titleist 913 H  

4-P       Ping i-20  

52        Vokey oil can  

56        Vokey TVD - M  

60        Vokey TVD - M  

Putter  SC Newport   


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Jeff Ave Maria 

Currently use a combination of GPS golf watch and rangefinder for measuring distance.

Garmin G6 and Bushnell Tour Z6...

In my bag:

Driver:     Cobra - F7 S

Fairway:  Callaway XHot 3W Speeder 565 White R

Hybrids:  Callaway Big Bertha 3 & 4  Speeder 565 White R

Irons:       Mizuno  JPX900 Hot Metal  4-AW 

Putter:     Odyssey O‘Works Red 2 Ball

Wedges:  Cleveland RTX-3 56 & 60  +1

Grips:      Golf Pride Midsize

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Chicago, IL

Bushnell Medalist 

Taylormade M6 - D Type - Driver

Callaway Epic Flash - 3W

Ping G410 4h, 5H

Cleveland HB Turbo 6i

Taylormade P790 7-A

Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth 54, 58

Scotty Cameron Special Select Del Mar

Srixon Z-Star


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Lynn Parker - Las Vegas, NV

I currently use a Leupold GX-3i (and in the market for a new one)

I usually eyeball the distance then check with the laser range finder...usually pretty close.

Thanks for the consideration.


Driver: 808011619_default_taylormade-small1.jpg.42a65c6e0468aeb540b66e639d69a4e0.jpg SLDR Mini Driver 12 degree, 77g Speeder S shaft (I also have r7tp, r9, r15tp...all in the penalty box)

Fairway Woods:  808011619_default_taylormade-small1.jpg.42a65c6e0468aeb540b66e639d69a4e0.jpg M2 2017 16.5 3 wood & r9 19 degree 5 wood (old reliable)

Irons: 808011619_default_taylormade-small1.jpg.42a65c6e0468aeb540b66e639d69a4e0.jpg P790 4 - SW S300 S Shaft 

Wedges: 1240867525_default_vokey-small1.gif.fd86a2e0ab83b468ba0f432d800e9cee.gif50 AW & 54 SW, wedge flex;  60 LW, wedge flex

Putter:  odyssey.gif.2ce2e9f68892dcd4c589804a6bb1f153.gifWhite Hot Mallet #5

Ball: 1871914670_default_titelist-small1.jpg.a7bac2aff8886f3952e6d031f36499ea.jpg Pro V1 & Pro V1x (I try many and always go back)

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Lance / Knoxville

I currently use an original Precision Pro NX7 that is several years old. I would love to give the new technology a try and compare the two. I also have a Bushnell V2 but enjoy using the NX7 over the V2 in most cases. 


Thanks for the consideration. 

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Bushnell Tour v2

Callaway Epic Driver, 3, 5 metals

Titleist T-200 4-gap

Callaway Mac Daddy wedges 54, 58

Odyssey Exotic putter

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James - Stevenage UK

I currently have a Garmin Approach G10 and also a TecTecTec vpro500.  I also have arcoss on my clubs but use this more for shot recording than as a pre shot distance device. 

I have recently started using the vpro and have been comparing it to my playing partners Bushnell V4. So far the distances seem to be accurate and comparable although the pickup and jolt function on the Bushnell is a bonus, the vpro seems to suffer with a little condensation as well which is not the best in the wonderful UK summer that we have been having. 

I did consider the precision pro units when I bought the vpro so would be very interested to see how it compares. 


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