Summary: I've had this bushnell Tour v2 for 1 1/2 years. Requires CR2 battery which has never had a very good battery life. I had to change about every 6 weeks and now I have to change ever 7 days - play 3 times a week. My last bushnell had a 9 volt which lasted a very, very long time.
Summary: When my Bushnell Tour V2 was working properly it was just great. Then suddenly, the readings are about 10% low. My friend has one and his readings remain accurate. So I go on the Bushnell web site. No help in solving the problem - very little tech support info. So I called them.
Summary: My Tour V2 stopped working about a year after I purchased it. I sent it back to Bushnell to have it repaired or replaced under the 2 year warranty. They told me my rangefinder had been dropped and was damaged on one side and they could not fix it but they would sell me a new one.
Summary: I'm allowed to play golf 2-3 times a week and to keep from being bored, I try not to play the same courses over and over. Therefore, I usually do what the professionals do and make a yardage book of courses I like and play on a regular basis.
Summary: This product met my expectation. I did a lot of comparing to other range finders and other GPS systems. There is no substitute for being able to find the range to any object on the course at any time.
Summary: I have used a number of GPS devices and all have worked reasonably well, however with the Bushnell Tour V2, I can get an EXACT yardage to a pin or any other object. There are no downloads to fool with and it's super easy to use. If I can see it, I can tell how far away it is. It's that simple.