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Testers ANNOUNCED! Precision Pro NX9 HD Rangefinder

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Paul Rosowski

Stoughton, Wisconsin. 

Bushnell Tour X Rangefinder 

I use a range finder frequently. I like mine but it seems to error when there's changes in elevation, a lot a background objects, or less accurate on cloudy days. 

Love to test this rangefinder.

Let's do it!



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Adam/Calgary, AB (Can)

I currently use a range finder and GPS unit to assist with distance measuring and decision making.

I use a budget friendly Golf Buddy LR3

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David - Raleigh, NC

I currently use a GPS on my iPhone, SwingU (used to be called SwingXSwing).  I used to use a Skycaddie but switched to the GPS on my phone because it works just as well, is much easier to use and has more features.

Just started our weekly golf league this week (and I play some on the weekends).  Would be great timing if I was chosen to help test because it'll get used every week.  Plus, after having played with friends with range finders a lot recently, I'm ready to add one to my bag.

-elvis14, Hacker, Engineer, Dad, CG Camper, Co-Founder of From Your Neighbor

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Ryan - Vancouver, BC, Canada

currently use the Garmin G10 gps. While it’s compact and gives quick measurements, I’d be interested to see how a proper rangefinder would work in terms of its accuracy and ease to measure to other hazards, etc. 

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Wayne. North Augusta, South Carolina

I have used the old reliable Bushnell rangefinder for 12 years. I originally sold them in my shop and considered them the best on the market. While times have changed, I just changed the batteries and continued to use old faithful. Many of my friends have the newer ranging devices and I have watched these devices evolve over the years. It would be interesting to compare the old and new and see for myself the differences (if any). 

Thank you for any consideration.

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Robert/Meridian, ID.

I do use a rangefinder for most approach shots & par-3's

Bushnell Pro 1600 Tournament Edition

In my       :ping-small: DLX Cart Bag:
:    :ping-small: G410 SFT, set to 9.5*, Mitsubishi Tensei CK Orange 60, stiff (MGS Official 2019 Tester)
3W:          :ping-small: G-Series SF TEC, set to 16*, Aldila Tour Blue ATX, 65g, stiff
5W:          :ping-small: G400 SFT, set to 19*, Aldila Tour Blue ATX, 65g, stiff
7W:         :ping-small: G410 SFT, set to 22*. Alta CB 65 Red, stiff

Irons:       :ping-small: GMax, Green Dot, 5-PW, Project X Graphite Blue 6.0, 80-90g , stiff
Wedges: :ping-small: Glide 2.0 Stealth, 50* SS, 54* ES & 60*/8 Forged MGS Special from the Wedge Wizard, Green Dot, Alta CB graphite, 84g, stiff
Putter:     :ping-small: Vault 2.0 B60 Copper, 33", black dot w/GP SNSR grip (PING Sigma 2 Fetch under "see-trials")
Ball:       :Snell: MTB BLACK (MGS Official 2018 Tester for the :Snell: MTB RED)
Shoes:     :footjoy-small:  Classics Tour w/Black Widow Softspikes

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Bryan from Bellingham, MA

I currently use a Leupold GX3i2 and have friends with Bushnell's and one with the NX7 Pro.  I also usually have a GPS app open for front/back blind shot yardages.  I like to have an idea of what I'm shooting at to see if I'm better off missing long vs short and left vs right.  Not that I always pull that off, but it's good to have a plan right! 


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Bushnell Vslope

In my bag:

983e (any questions?)

Cleveland Mashie M1 15.5

Cleveland Mashie M2 18.0

Mizuno JPX-850 Forged 5-P

Cleveland RTX 2.0 Tour Satin Wedges- 52 10.0 B, 56 8.0 B, 60 10.0 B

Odyssey Works Versa #7 Putter

Optional 14th club(s) Cleveland Mashie M3 20.5 Cleveland Mashie M4 23.0

Top Flite® Gamer Soft

True Linkswear golf shoes. Game Changer Pro! Very comfortable!


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Cole from Dallas, TX

I don't currently use a range finder, but with eyes like these who needs one?! Probably me. 

Driver: Taylormade Burner, Regular, 10.5     |     Hybrids: TaylorMade M CGB 3h-4h, Stiff

Irons: Taylormade M CGB 5-P, Stiff     |     Wedges: Callaway MackDaddy 56, Tommy Armour 60

Putter: Odyssey Dual Force     |     20-21 Handicap, Right Hand, Dallas TX

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Greg / Cambridge United Kingdom

I've been using a rangefinder for around 2 years, it's a Never Over T1 (basically a chinese whitelabel cheap range finder that was sold in France for a bit, used to cost 200 euros). I'd really be interested in seeing what the NX9 HD has to offer compared to my cheapo one that I'm hoping will die anyday now (to give me the excuse to buy a new rangefinder)

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-Brian M, Austin TX

-Bushnell Tour V2 (have access to the Tour V4 and a watch GPS system).  Also use a golf course app on the phone (U Swing)

-Got a new set of irons coming (Miura CB 1008) so it would be a great time to test a new range finder!  Thanks for the consideration.

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