GolfBuddy GB Voice 2 SE Review

'GolfBuddy Voice 2 SE'

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The most important thing we can tell you in our GolfBuddy GB Voice 2 SE Review is that this compact model can get up to 20 hours of battery life! That’s six more hours than the previous version. This is important not only for those of you who want to get a few rounds in before recharging, but it matters over the life of the device, as the performance of all rechargeable batteries decline over time.

Like previous models of the GolfBuddy Voice, it’s small, compact, and simple to use. The ratings continue to come in strong for this line of Voice with LCD golf GPS rangefinders. We consistently rate these products at or near the top of the category. [Read more…]

Bushnell Tour V5 Review

'Bushnell Tour V5'

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In our Bushnell Tour V5 Review, we found users loved the quality, the ease of use, the accuracy, and the BITE magnet. Bushnell has always delivered in the middle price range of laser golf rangefinders and the Tour V5 is no exception. The quality of the build may be what sets this model apart from other less expensive models. The clarity is exceptional and above all, we trust the accuracy. You really can’t go wrong with the Bushnell Tour V5!

Bushnell Tour V5 User Rating: 4.74 Stars 4.74 out of 5 (510 reviews)

Score compiled from multiple sources.
Bushnell Tour V5 Features
  • Magnetic Cart Mount – Integrated BITE magnetic technology makes attaching the Tour V5 right on a cart bar easy.
  • Pinseeker with VISUAL JOLT – You’ll feel the vibrating pulses and see the flashing red ring inside the LCD when your laser locks in.
  • Improved Clarity – Magnification, definition and vivid color unite for a difference you’ll see.
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Bushnell Phantom Review

The Bushnell Phantom has been retired. Check out our current recommendations for today's best golf rangefinders..

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Our Bushnell Phantom Review will be available very soon, but so far we LOVE what we’ve seen!

Bushnell Phantom User Rating: 4.69 Stars 4.69 out of 5 (70 reviews)

Score compiled from multiple sources.

It looks very similar to the Bushnell NEO Ghost, but we think the Phantom will be much more popular. The price is fantastic and this compact handheld golf GPS gives you all the basics in an easy to use package. It also throws in some nice high-end features. For starters, [Read more…]

Bushnell Ion 2 Review

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Here’s a quick summary of our Bushnell Neo Ion 2 review.

We love it!

The reason… This watch is almost identical to its predecessor, the Bushnell Neo Ion and we loved it. There is one big improvement to the Ion 2 and that’s the Bluetooth connectivity to your smartphone for automatic course updates. Simply put, Bushnell took a good product and made it much easier to use and that’s what we’re looking for in a golf GPS watch.

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Notable Features of the Bushnell iON 2:
  • Pre-loaded with 36,000+ courses from 30 countries
  • Long Battery Life will last three full rounds
  • Auto course recognition and auto hole advance
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Garmin Approach S10 Review

'Garmin Approach S10'

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Our full Garmin Approach S10 Review will be available soon, but for now, check it out!

We are thrilled that Garmin finally has a new basic golf watch. We think this will be the best-selling golf watch on the market for awhile to come.

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Why? Because it does everything most golfers want in a golf watch and it’s lightweight and compact. On the main screen, you will see distances to the front, middle, and back of the green, plus the hole number and par. The shape of the green is also right there on the same screen. If you need hazard information, it’s one screen away. Many golfers won’t ever touch the watch after starting a round. A simple glance will tell them what they need to know. [Read more…]