There are two new models of Leupold golf rangefinders with slope. The GX-2i and the the GX-4i. The forerunner to the GX-2i, the Leupold GX-2, can still be found for sale, but we don’t know for how much longer.
All Leupold laser rangefinders are solid performers, but what makes the Slope models stand out are the extra bells and whistles… A feature called TGR (True Golf Range) uses sophisticated algorithmic software that uses temperature, altitude and yardage to calculate the distance a shot will play. The Club Selector feature uses information about your hitting distances to help you with club selection. Since you’re breaking the rules anyway, why not get the extra features Leupold provides.
Each of these devices provide the slope and as well as accurate yardage to any target you can see. The GX- 4i is heavier and a litter more compact than the GX-2 and 2i. It also has a red OLED that is a little easier to read than the LED on the other models. The GX-4i and the GX-2i have a faster engine and will lock on to the target more quickly and accurately.
In our opinion, if you’re getting a rangefinder with slope, Leupold is the way to go. You can learn more about your game and the factors that affect your shots with the extra features.
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