If you've used a laser rangefinder or GPS device over the last decade or so, the chances are it was probably a Bushnell. They have long been the #1 in their category both in the amateur game and on the PGA Tour due to the quality and reliability of their distance measuring devices.
Three years after the release of the Phantom handheld GPS device, Bushnell are back again with the all-new Phantom 2, with an updated look and a number of new features seeking to provide golfers with the ultimate convenience in getting yardages out on the golf course.
Bushnell Golf prides itself on providing easy to use distance measuring devices for golfers of all skill levels, and the Phantom 2 delivers the simplicity and convenience golfers are looking for in a GPS device.
Phantom 2 provides golfers with the critical distance information they need, while offering the convenience and reliability they are accustomed to from Bushnell Golf GPS products.
Andrew Grose, Managing Director, Yumax Golf
One of the most noticeable enhancements for the Phantom 2 is the new GreenView technology with movable pin placements for even more accurate distances to the flag, along with 'Dynamic Green Mapping' which provides measurements to the front, middle and back of the green regardless of which angle you are approaching from.
The device comes preloaded with more than 38,000 courses, along with up to six different hazard/layup distances per hole, allowing you to make smarter decision from tee to green and plot your way around any golf course, even if you are playing there for the first time.
It also features Bushnell's Bite technology, a high-powered magnet which allows golfers to attach the device to a trolley or buggy, making it even easier to get fast yardage readings.
The Phantom 2 is slightly larger than its predecessor and has 40% bigger text on a large screen, making it ideal when playing in bright sunlight.
Available now, the Bushnell Phantom 2 is priced at £139 and comes in four colourways - Black, Neon Orange, Bright Royal Blue and Gray Camo.
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