Ok so here we are with another massive golf rangefinder guide that you didn’t ask for. After all, that’s what we do at our site. Alright, all jokes aside, golf rangefinders have been a very important question in our every day forum life.
Whenever we ask our readers what topic should we talk about, they always find something that we do not know enough about and today’s topic is therefore, golf rangefinders.
Now, let me be very clear. I don’t hold any grudge against golf rangefinders. I personally have recently started using them and i have seen both pros and cons that I think you all should know and therefore, the idea of this article developed. This is completely our opinion obviously, however, we are confident in our opinion and I think this will come handy for you too.
Without further ado, let’s start our golf rangefinder discussion.
The first thing that you need to do is to get out of your weird fetish against golf rangefinders. Come on, some of you have that and we know it.
When golf rangefinders were first found, people started complaining that the golf rangefinders are of no good as they make your game easier. They make the game non interesting and when tech comes with golf, it becomes less fun.
That’s what they said initially but now that every major golf tournament has accepted the use of golf rangefinder, I think we can throw that debate away. Golf rangefinders are here to stay and they will be here for a real long time.
Now, what are the information that you need to keep in mind before going for a golf rangefinder? The first I would say is this.
Make sure that you do not invest in a super costly golf rangfinder on the first go. This is important. There are a lot of people who spend a lot on a golf rangefinder and never end up using it. You do not want to be that person. You want to be someone who buys something and then uses that product regularly.
Golf rangefinders are great but not all of them are good fit for all golfers. Keep that in mind when you are going for a golf rangefinder. I would probably stick to a $200 budget at max when I am looking for a rangefinder. The idea is very simple. As long as I don’t know if I will be using that particular golf rangefinder every day, I am not going to invest heavy money.
Some golf ranges will have rangefinders in store for you and you can test some of them to see if they work well for you. I would do that if there’s an option for it. I would test some golf rangefinders to see if they work well for me and if they do, I will go for them and finally would buy it.
Otherwise, sticking to one of the basic ones is the perfect idea.
There you go. That was our golf rangefinder rant. You now know what to do.