Conclusion: Great Toy do you need it no Do you want it YEAH its really easy to use and fun to use really helps on the par #3s with pins and can keep you out of trouble if you happend to be hitting the ball where you want that day , CK
Summary: This is the one to buy. The money spent is well worth it when you consider the reliability of the measurement. Played with one guy who had a cheaper laser rangefinder and he asked me if I could figure how to make it work.
Summary: One of the best investments you can make if you are willing to take the time to learn how far you hit each club in your bag. I'd suggest going to the range with a friend and have them spot each shot you hit then record the distance.
Summary: This weekend I golfed 4 courses and took out the Pinseeker and the Golf Logix. Still hard to make a decision. Pinseeker was extremely valuable to give distances when GPS cart couldn't get to the ball.
Summary: This rangefinder is awesome. You will be amazed at how inaccurate some of the course markers are. Often times you need more than a distance to the middle of the green. This will get you exact distances with a quick click.
Summary: I researched extensively on rangefinders in the winter season. I really found conflicting opinions on models, cost, usefulness which made my decision very difficult. On the advice of a very trusted rep at Golftown (Canada's version of Golf Galaxy) who recommended the Pinseeker 1500 with slope (I'm...
Summary: Awesome tool that will definetly improve your scores. Very easy to lock in on a flag, bunker, treee, whatever. Sometimes I have to shoot my target twice to ensure proper club selection, but most of the time, I have no problem with getting accurate yardages.
Summary: I recently sold my original Bushnell Yardage Pro 400 because I continued to have trouble shooting accurate distances in a timely manner during my round. I decided to give the Pinseeker 1500 a try---WOW!! This thing is amazing.