Shopping for a GPS rangefinder? Here's a list of our experts' most recommended GPS rangefinder. If you want a more personalized recommendation, make sure to chat with a Golf Expert here on Curated for free advice on finding the perfect rangefinder for you.
- Blue Tees Series 2 Golf Rangefinder
- Blue Tees Series 2 Pro Rangefinder
- Garmin Approach S40
- Bushnell Tour V5 Patriot Pack Laser Rangefinder
- Garmin Approach G30
- GARMIN APPROACH G80 GOLF GPS
- Garmin Approach S62
- Bushnell Pro XE Laser Rangefinder
- Garmin Fenix 6S Multi Sport Smart Watch
- Garmin Approach S12 GPS Rangefinder Watch
Blue Tees Series 2 Golf Rangefinder
Vibrating pulses to confirm the target you're looking for, water-resistant, HD display and USGA Legal for Tournament Play
Dialing in your yardages for those shots into the green and not guesstimating!
Blue Tees Series 2 Pro Rangefinder
Pro-level technology take the guessing out of club selection. Distance is adjusted based on incline and decline for "True Distance". Emits vibrations to know when it has locked onto your target. Water resistant as well.
No more looking around for fairway markers or sprinkler heads when you have this baby! This is much cheaper than the fancy Bushnell Rangefinders, which typically range about $400 dollars. This is a steal!
Garmin Approach S40
An upgrade over the S10 watch. The S40 functions more like a smart watch. In addition to distances, it features a sleep monitor, step counter, calories burned, and activity alerts.
This is a great every day watch. It does everything you want from a golf watch while also connecting to your phone to display texts.
Front, middle, back of the green distance. Bright display. Gives yardage distance to hazards. Sleek design and lightweight.
Bushnell Tour V5 Patriot Pack Laser Rangefinder
Garmin Approach G30
Sleek hand held GPS system with 2.3" screen. Comes with 41,000 golf courses worldwide. Has some adjustability to let you move the pin to where the course has them set up for the day to giver you a more accurate distance. Battery life lasts up to 15 hours. This is a great model to have with you when you need to know your distances for proper club selection.
GARMIN APPROACH G80 GOLF GPS
This has all the same bells and whistles that the G30 model has on it. But you can also measure your swing speed, club head speed, ball speed, smash factor and distance you hit the ball with the built in launch monitor! This is the Cadillac of GPS systems at an affordable price with the built in launch monitor.
Its great for measuring distance, swing speed, clubhead speed, and it even has a built in launch monitor if you need it. This is an awesome GPS that covers everything.
Garmin Approach S62
This watch is loaded with features aside from giving the distance to the front, middle, and back of the green and keeping score! This watch has a 20-hour battery life in GPS mode, a 17 percent larger display than the S60, a heart rate monitor, a virtual caddy that can recommend the perfect club and can even detect wind speed and direction to factor into the club recommendation.
Bushnell Pro XE Laser Rangefinder
Takes into account air pressure, humidity, temperature, slope/elevation, and overall distance when giving you the TRUE yardage number you need to hit.
Garmin Fenix 6S Multi Sport Smart Watch
The Garmin Fenix 6S Silver White Band GPS Watch is recommended for players seeking a multifunctional watch providing stats about many aerobic activities, navigation needs, and including payment possibilities to end the need for cash. Message alerts are sent through almost any desired interface and a long battery life keeps you moving to any destination.
Tracking all activities, maintaining routes, back-country longevity, GPS navigation, weather tracking and more with blue tooth!
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