In our Bushnell Laser Rangefinder Review Roundup you will find all of the currently available models from the top manufacturer of golf rangefinders.
Bushnell has a wide variety of laser and GPS rangefinder, and they are almost always the highest rated when compared with similar models from other brands. We believe this is most often because users find it easy to lock onto the target, even at long distances.
We approach every review that we do with an open mind, but if we had to pick a favorite brand for a laser golf rangefinder, Bushnell would be our pick, hands down! Find a model that fits your needs and you’ll likely be happy with your choice.
|Current Bushnell Laser Rangefinders|
|Bushnell Tour X – Read Full Review
Wow! We’ve never seen a laser golf rangefinder with higher ratings. Especially a high-end rangefinder. Usually the expectations for buyers of higher priced models are so high, that the ratings suffer. Not so with the Bushnell Tour X. For players who compete in events where they must abide by USGA rules, we absolutely think this is worth the money. You can use the red faceplate with Slope when allowed and put on the black faceplate to make it completely legal for competition.
Review Score: 4.86 Slope: both
|Bushnell Tour V3 Standard – Read Full Review
The Bushnell Tour V3 with Jolt is simply the highest rated laser golf rangefinder that we’ve ever seen. It’s not the top of the line, but for features and performance, you can’t beat the price. It’s compact and lightweight and accurate to within a yard. If you’re just looking for a rangefinder to do one job well, this is the one you’re looking for!
Review Score: 4.72 Slope: No
|Bushnell Pro X7 Jolt (Slope) – Read Full Review
This is the top of the line in golf rangefinders. It is a little larger than some of our other top picks, but has 7x magnification, Pinseeker with Jolt (vibrating bursts) and red numbers that make it easier to see in all lighting conditions. It’s fast and accurate to within a half yard. The Slope and “plays like” distance is easily obtained by holding the main button for an extra 2 seconds.
Review Score: 4.7 Slope: Yes
|Bushnell Tour Z6 Jolt – Read Full Review
Jolt technology causes a vibration when you’ve locked onto the target. E.S.P. technology provides yardage faster and more accurately than ever before. The Vivid Display Indicators™ makes it one of the easiest to read golf rangefinders on the market. Bushnell Z6 has 6x magnification and a long battery life.
Review Score: 4.69 Slope: No
|Bushnell Pro X7 Jolt – Read Full Review
The Bushnell Pro X7 with Jolt brings has the highest magnification level that can be found in a golf rangefinder. The 7x magnification brings the target closer and when combined with the wide body that makes two-handed operation easy, could make this the easiest to use laser rangefinder in golf. It also has jolt technology and easy to read red numbers. It’s larger and heavier than most other rangefinders, but if you usually ride in a golf cart, this model is definitely worth some consideration.
Review Score: 4.69 Slope: No
|Bushnell Tour V3 with Slope – Read Full Review
The small size of the Bushnell Tour V3 with Slope is what sets it apart from the Bushnell Tour X and the Bushnell Pro X7. If size isn’t a concern for you, we definitely suggest looking at those two first, but if want a lightweight small rangefinder with Slope, this one is a winner.
Review Score: 4.62 Slope: Yes
|Bushnell Medalist – Read Full Review
This is Bushnell’s most basic golf rangefinder, but it’s still performs extremely well. For some players, the horizontal two-handed model makes holding the rangefinder steady much easier. This model only has a 4x magnification, but for experienced rangefinder users with a limited budget, this one is still worthy of consideration.
Review Score: 4.52 Slope: No
|Bushnell Hybrid – Read Full Review
Combine the Bushnell neo+ with the Bushnell V2 laser rangefinder and you’ve got the best rangefinder in the game. Read the full review, because it’s not for everyone, especially if you’re looking for a straight GPS.
Review Score: 4.5 Slope: No
|Bushnell Tour V4 – Read Full Review
The Bushnell Tour V4 standard edition has two changes from it’s predecessor, the Bushnell Tour V3. It’s slightly smaller and it has an easy-to-use focus ring. The early reviews aren’t quite as good though. Unless the focus ring is important to you, we suggest going with the Tour V3 right now if you’re looking for a rangefinder without Slope. For other options, see our list of recommended laser golf rangefinders.
Review Score: 4.43 Slope: No
|Bushnell Tour V4 Slope – Read Full Review
The early reviews on the Bushnell Tour V4 indicate that it may not be Bushnell’s best effort. However we will definitely revisit this when we get more user feedback. For now, take a look at these other golf rangefinders with slope.
Review Score: 4 Slope: Yes