Is a laser rangefinder really necessary?
Serious question: I have a GPS (Garmin G6) and it works well. Touchscreen, color, distances to the cup, critical distance on each hole, etc. I can move the cursor around the screen and get distances to bunkers, water, back/front green. With all of these features, what advantage does a laser rangefinder have? I know that a lot of folks here use rangefinders and consider it a critical tool to improve their golf game by being able to accurately know distances.
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