Helped me dial my clubs in and the elevation compensation was great. I got nearly a whole seasons use out ...
6 December 2014
Summary: I bought this in 2010. Used it a few times then it sat on a shelf for a couple years while I recovered from severe heart failure. I removed the battery and once I got back to playing golf I began using my V2 Slope ! Helped me dial my clubs in and the elevation compensation was great.
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 Ben Hoagen asked his caddy what is the distance to the flag, his caddy responded,"between 150 and 152". Ben responded, "Well which is it". If you are a serious player this will give you accurate distances to 0.5 yards and it doesn't get any better.
Summary: This thing is awesome. Very easy to use and the batteries last a long while. I play about 2-3 rounds a week and I've only had to change the battery once in 8 months. I've dropped my handicap 10 points since buying this thing, and I have zero regrets.
Summary: Picks up pins pretty well even from long distances. Easy to use and understand. I was torn on buying this model or the newer V3 and honestly this one has been great. Shaved some strokes off my game and it has been so much easier than trying to guess yardages and pin locations.
Great Item - Don't Drink Too Much Coffee Before Your Round!
Jeff Strickland, Amazon
19 June 2013
Summary: This thing is great for obviously knowing that I have the correct club in my hand. The only drawback is holding the unit still long enough to get locked in on far away targets. Don't drink too much coffee before you go play because if your hands are shaky, you will probably have to shoot the target...
Summary: Bought this Bushnell Rangefinder and took it on a recent weekend golf outing. Really helped my game as it allows me instant feedback not only to what club I need to hit, but also how far I am hitting my clubs that day.
Summary: I had a hard time deciding between the Tour V2 slope and the new Tour v3 slope range finder. As usual I waited til the last minute to order before I went on a golf trip and decided on the V2. I figured if I didn't like it I would just return it when I got home. This rangefinder isn't going anywhere.
Summary: I took this out for the first time and it worked great ! Being able to get the exact yardage to the pin and hazards took the guess work out of making my club selections ... and I am sure I will be shaving off those miss read strokes from my scores.