The USGA recently changed their rules, regulating that rangefinders could be used for play as long as slope feature of the rangefinder was disabled during tournament play. That means that competitors could use a rangefinder, but only if slope wasn’t available. If you wanted to have a rangefinder for tournament play, just about your only option was to invest in a separate rangefinder. Bushnell’s Golf Laser Rangefinder conforms to that rule by giving its user an easy on/off switch for its slope finder technology. But that’s not the only thing that the Bushnell Pro X2 has going for it. The Pro X2 is accurate for ranges from 5 to 1,300 yards.
It can easily lock onto flags that are over 450 yards away, and is accurate to within ½ a yard. The Jolt feature vibrates the laser when you’ve successfully locked onto a flag, removing any doubt that you have the right target. The Pro X2 also has six times magnification. It also has a dual display option that allows you to choose between black and red display depending on your preferences or on the course you’re playing. It has a metal housing with an ergonomic rubber grip. With an IPx7 waterproof rating, this unit is durable and ready for any setting. Whether you’re just playing around, or competing in a tournament, the Bushnell Pro X2 Laser Rangefinder can give you the edge you need.