No, you don't need to adjust your device. Motocaddy, one of the world's largest golf trolley manufacturers, are indeed broadening their portfolio with the release of their first laser rangefinder, the Pro 3000.
This is the latest step in Motocaddy's move into the distance measurement device world, and comes hot on the heels of the release of their M5 GPS Trolley which we reviewed earlier this year.
The Motocaddy Pro 3000 is designed to be quick and easy to use, and features 7x maginifcation to provide accuracy of less than a yard for up to 1,300 yards out on the course.
With cutting-edge PinLock technology along with both vibration and visual confirmation, the laser has been developed to give golfer's the confidence they need to trust their yardage and execute the shot that they want to.
"We regard Motocaddy as the ultimate caddie company, so developing a heavily-featured laser rangefinder was the logical next step for us after adding GPS distance to our top-of-the-range trolleys."
"By any standards, the Pro 3000 Laser is a match for any rangefinder on the market, offering pin-point accuracy in distance measurements at a really attractive price point."
Oliver Churcher, Motocaddy Marketing Manager
The high-resolution LCD display can give yardages to pins up to 450 yards away, whilst the slope compensation function can be switched on and off for competition use.
There's also background noise filtration to make it easier to lock on to your target, an adjustable eyepiece for clearer visuals, yard and metre readings, and an automatic standby mode to save battery.
The Pro 3000 comes with a hard-shell carry case and carabiner bag clip, and also attaches directly to a Motocaddy Accessory Station for quick and easy access when you're playing, meaning that it won't disrupt your pre-shot routine.
The laser weighs in at 196 grams (including battery) and is completely rainproof, and comes with a 24 month warranty. It is available now at an RRP of £269.99.
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