Bushnell’s latest product introduces players to JOLT Technology, which allows golfers to feel their exact distance with each acquisition. The new technology, combined with new ergonomic design, will eliminate any doubt about yardages and offers the exact distance up to 1,000 yards / 900m.
“At Bushnell, we pioneered the laser rangefinder for golf and we continue to develop breakthrough technologies that revolutionize the Electronic Measuring Device market.” said Jordan Vermillion, Product Director at Bushnell. “The new Tour v3’s ergonomic design makes it unbelievably comfortable to hold, and will provide the golfer with extremely accurate distances to any object on the course.”
Continuing the trend of evolving precision through industry-leading technologies, Bushnell Golf is proud to introduce JOLT Technology in their new line of Tour v3 Laser Rangefinders. When the golfer aims the Tour v3 at the flag, JOLT Technology will provide short vibrating bursts to reinforce that Bushnell’s advanced PinSeeker technology has isolated the target and locked onto the flag. The vibrating bursts provided by JOLT Technology will now eliminate any and all doubt and assure the golfer that they have the exact distance to the flag.
As with all Bushnell Laser Rangefinders, the Tour v3 provides instantaneous measurements in yards and meters with incredible accuracy. The Tour v3 boasts 5-1,000 yards / 900m ranging performance, including 300yards / 270m to the flag and is legal for tournament play (all Bushnell laser rangefinder models, except the Bushnell Pro 1M Slope Edition and Bushnell Tour v3 Slope Edition, are legal to use when USGA rule 14-3/.05 is in effect). The Tour v3 Slope Edition has the same features as the Tour v3, as well as the addition of Bushnell’s PGA Tour trusted Slope Technology which provides compensated distances for elevation changes.
Product features include:
The new Tour V3 also comes in a Slope Edition
The retail price for the Tour v3 is £279 and Tour v3 Slope is £299.
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