Yooper wrote on Feb 12 2006, 08:27 PM:
Making golf to easy....lmao. If you don't put in your time practicing a rangefinder isn't going to do you any good!!!! I have played with a bushnell yardage pro for almost 3 years now. The benefits of having a rangefinder are many. The biggest benefit to me is having one for practice sessions. My rangefinder has really helped me dial in my distances in my short game(100yds and in). Another great benefit is if you hit your drive a mile right or left. I know I'm not suppose to be over there but hey.. bad swings happen. With in seconds I will know the distance to the flag and all the guess work will be gone. Saves a bunch of time too....no need to sit there and walk everything out. Pro golfers have had this advantage on us for years. Almost all pro caddies use rangefinders in practice rounds to get the distances right so I don't see why you wouldn't want to have one to do the same. I believe having a rangefinder has helped my game more then any new driver or iron that I have ever bought....period!!!
lidomkj wrote on Jan 26 2006, 08:04 AM:
Most of the time it is in the bag, but pulled out when play is slow (can check out some of the hot cart girls from a distance!)