Bushnell White Hybrid GPS Laser Rangefinder Review

Bushnell White Hybrid GPS Laser Rangefinder Review

Bushnell White Hybrid GPS Laser Rangefinder Review

Bushnell White Hybrid GPS Laser Rangefinder

The Bushnell White Hybrid GPS Laser Rangefinder is a high-performance golf hybrid rangefinder to instantly range obstacles within +/- 1 yard, as well as to get the distance to the back, middle and front of the green. Plus, it is packaged with 30,000+ courses from around the world.

Product Description

Let’s take a look at the good qualities of the Bushnell White Hybrid GPS Laser Rangefinder

Measurement – The range measurement of this hybrid unit is between 10 to 1,000 yards and reads direct to the flag (readings from the back, middle or front of the green) up to 300 yards with a leeway of +/- 1 yard.

Pre-loaded courses – The GPS function of the unit is pre-loaded with 30,000 courses from around the world. Whether you are playing a local course or away on an exotic vacation, there is a high chance that the golf course played is in the memory of this compact device.

Most players will get free membership to future updates provided they reside in the US, South Africa, New Zealand, Canada, Australia, or Europe.

Auto course recognition – For smooth and consistent game play, the GPS/rangefinder includes the latest auto course recognition and auto hole advance technology. This should help to avoid any unnecessary delays while working your way around the golf course.

Solid construction – This Bushnell unit is solidly built to stand up to the outside environment and weighs about 8 oz, which isn’t much more than the non-GPS Bushnell Jolt. Also, the actual size is slightly larger than a standalone rangefinder because of the extra tech inside.

Extras – The hybrid GPS/rangefinder is packaged with everything needed to get going right out of the box. In addition to the actual rangefinder and GPS unit, there is also a strap, carrying case, cable and USB charger.

Product Features

  • Accurate between 10 to 1,000 yards and up to 300 yards to the pin
  • Within +/- 1 yard of accuracy
  • Pre-loaded with 30,000+ courses
  • No membership fees for most players
  • Auto Hole Advance
  • PinSeeker technology
  • Auto Course Recognition
  • 1-year limited warranty

Pros

  • Very accurate GPS function
  • Useful battery life which can easily last up to two full 18 hole rounds.
  • Easy to use
  • Built-in laser rangefinder is excellent quality
  • Unit is delivered with all courses pre-loaded

Cons

  • Slightly more bulky than the single system units. However, this should be expected when you have the tech of a Tour V2 rangefinder and Bushnell NEO+ combined in a single unit
  • Basic GPS functionality

Conclusion

The Bushnell White Hybrid GPS Laser Rangefinder is a great product that has the ability to benefit the keen golfer in many different ways. For the players that like to tour different courses, the ability to have yardage to hazards, to the end of the fairway, or to the pin is certain to appeal. A standalone GPS rangefinder may not give all the information needed, so combining the GPS and rangefinder is a practical option.

Overall, the all-round accuracy and quality of this golfing aid is very high. The PinSeeker technology makes using the rangefinder fast and straightforward.

Bushnell White Hybrid GPS Laser Rangefinder

Bushnell White Hybrid GPS Laser Rangefinder
96.25

Accuracy

10/10

    Build Quality

    10/10

      Ease of use

      10/10

        USGA legal

        10/10

          Pros

          • Accurate between 10 to 1,000 yards
          • Within +/- 1 yard of accuracy
          • Auto Hole Advance
          • PinSeeker technology
          • Auto Course Recognition

          Cons

          • Slightly more bulky than the single system units
          • Basic GPS functionality
          Golf Rangefinder World
          Golf Rangefinder World
          Hi there, my name is Stuart and I am the founder of Golf Rangefinder World. Having spent a lot of time researching before purchasing my own golf GPS rangefinder, I now make Golf Rangefinder reviews and guides to help others improve their handicap.

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