Gogogo Sport Vpro GS03 Review

'Gogogo Sport Vpro GS03'

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Gogogo Sport Vpro GS03 User Rating: 4.55 Stars 4.55 out of 5 (3782 reviews)

Score compiled from multiple sources.

The Gogogo GS03 is a budget-friendly laser rangefinder that works well for both golf and hunting. Although you can use any laser rangefinder for golf or hunting, it’s much easier if you are using one that is designed for the sport for which you are using it. Fortunately, the Gogogo Sport Vpro GS03 has a switch that makes it work well for either sport. That said, we think this is an excellent option for golfers, even if they don’t hunt. Just look at the price!

This unit has Slope mode that can be turned on and off to make it tournament legal. It has Jolt technology so you can feel it when you’ve locked onto your target and it has 6x magnification. To get those specs in Bushnell rangefinder, you would have to pay hundreds more. The build quality may make the Gogogo Sport a little less durable, but our bigger concern is for those who like to play in the rain. This model is not water-resistant.

There are several different versions of the Gogogo Sport Vpro. The most expensive version has a built in magnet that makes it easy to mount on your golf cart. Although we love this feature, at the time of this writing, the price difference well over the cost of a magnetic strap. For our money, the lowest price version of this model is an incredible value.

Gogogo Sport Vpro GS03 Features
  • Golf Mode with Pin-seeking and flag-lock technology.
  • Fast and accurate measurement with 1-yard accuracy.
  • Slope Switch allows you to turn off the Slope function, making your rangefinder legal for tournament play.
  • Case, strap, user manual, lens cloth, and 3-Volt CR2 battery included
Gogogo Sport Vpro GS03
Slope Yes
Vibration y
Size (Width x Height x Depth) 2.83 in. x 1.6 in. x 4.17 in.
Weight 6.49 oz.
Battery CR2 3-Volt
Battery Life N/A
Display multi-coated
Rainproof No
Magnification 6x
Maximum Range 650
Minimum Range 5
Notes Hunting mode and golf mode. Slope mode can be turned off. Built-in magnetic mount is an option.
USGA Compliant (local rule) Yes
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User Manual for Gogogo Sport Vpro GS03

Can You Use a Hunting Rangefinder for Golf?

One question we hear occasionally is “Can you use a hunting rangefinder for golf?”.

Yes No Maybe you can use a hunting rangefinder for golf!The quick answer is yes, but it’s not always as easy as using a rangefinder designed specifically for golf. Almost all name brand golf rangefinders are designed to pick out the pin from background objects by locking onto the object that is the closest to you. Bushnell calls it Pinseeker, Leupold calls it PinHunter and Callaway/Nikon refers to it as First Target Priority Mode. These technologies definitely make it easier and faster to get a reading about which you’ll feel confident.

Many hunting rangefinders are designed to do the opposite. They easily pick up the more distant objects, rather than closer objects. That eliminates the problem of leaves and brush in the foreground for hunters.

“GolfBuddy LR7”

Recently though GolfBuddy has been touting the GolfBuddy LR7 is good for hunting because it has three different modes. The Standard Mode which is a single button press that returns a single distance. It also has Pin Mode that scans for 10 seconds and settles on the closest target which is what you get with most laser rangefinders designed for golf. Scan Mode on the GolfBuddy, scans for 10 seconds, displaying the distance to any target that it hits. It doesn’t stop on the closest target, which should work best for hunters.

There’s no question that plenty of people use hunting rangefinders for golf and golf rangefinders for hunting. The results are often mixed, probably depending on the distance to the target and steadiness of the person using it.

Have you ever tried a laser rangefinder for golf and hunting? We would love to hear what worked or didn’t work for you. Leave us a comment below!