Bushnell have long been known as the number one choice when it comes to laser rangefinders, and the company will be riding high after recent news that the PGA will allow the use of their devices in all three of their majors this year.
This year sees the introduction of two new products to their lineup - the Tour V5 Slim Edition and the Tour V5 Shift Slim Edition.
Bushnell has moved the battery housing to the back of the unit and slimmed down the outer casing, to produce a more economical design which fits snugly into the palm of the hand for easier use.
Golfers look to us to provide the most accurate distance readings on the course. Bushnell are constantly innovating and developing new technologies, and their Bite magnetic cart mount and Visual Jolt technologies remain industry leaders in their field.
Making a relatively small physical changed has allowed us to go one step further in making a laser that can be held steady by all users, in all conditions for even greater confidence when out on the course.
Andrew Grose, Managing Director, Yumax Golf
The Tour V5 Slim lasers are said to be the perfect combination of size, speed and accuracy thanks to technologies such as Visual Jolt which give you clear feedback as you lock on to targets, giving you plenty of confidence on every shot during your round.
They also feature the innovative Bite technology, which is a magnet designed to allow you to attach your laser to a golf trolley or buggy. With a pull strength of 7lbs golfers can be confident that the laser will be secure throughout the course of the round.
The Jolt technology is now rebranded as PinSeeker with Visual Jolt - a red ring flashes as Jolt vibrates to give the golfers an even clearer response and greater confidence to know that they have locked onto the flag.
Available now, the Bushnell Tour V5 Slim is priced at £299 whilst the Tour V5 Shift Slim, with added slope compensation technology, comes in at £359.
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