The Bushnell Tour V2 Golf Laser Rangefinder has 5x magnification with a multi-coated design that enables it to render light and images clearly and quickly. With accurate distance readings from 5 to 1000 yards, the Tour V2 is a great product for the price. The laser rangefinder is able to measure distances from your location to the flag without the use of reflectors for 300 yards and you get super accurate readings in that range. The Tour V2 has a Scan mode that’s enables you to adjust in real time so you can see accurate readings from multiple locations when you pan the device.
There is a great Pin Seeker mode which really does work well in searching out the pin up to about 250 yards. This mode is typically used when there are objects behind the pin such as trees and foliage.
Another strength of the Tour V2 is its clear and easy-to-read information display. The readings appears in the centre of the viewfinder directly below the aiming circle which makes it very easy to see. With just two buttons, the Tour V2 is one of the simplest rangefinders on the market to use.
The Bushnell Tour V2 Golf Laser Rangefinder is protected by several rubber surfaces that protect it from moisture and impact, whilst also making it very easy to grip in one hand. The device comes with a carry case, however, you can opt to purchase a premium carry use should you wish.Check Price on Amazon
Bushnell Tour V2 Golf Laser Rangefinder Review
Its not the most feature-heavy rangefinder out there, nor does it pick up the pin well over 300 yards. However, it does what it says on the tin and you’ll be hard pressed to find a better rangefinder up to the 300 yard mark. Both pin modes work well and the device is small and easy to carry around the course.
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Pros and Cons
- Excellent accuracy up to around 250 yards.
- Very simple to use.
- Well made with solid carry case.
- Can struggle with flags over 250 yards.
- No battery reading on display.
The Tour V2 has two pin modes – Scan and Pin Seeker. The scan is the simplest mode, however, the pin seeker mode is good for picking out the pin when there are distracting objects behind.
The Bushnell TourV2 has a range up to a 1000 yards for defective objects. When searching for the pin you can expect excellent accuracy up to around 250 yards.
One of the strongest points of the V2 is the clear and bright display that gives reading just below the centre of the image for ease of view.
Approved for tournaments
With no slope recognition function, the Tour V2 is pro-certified by golfers, it also complies with the USGA 14-3 rule for use in tournaments.