This is the 2008 model for the Bushnell family that is currently the smallest laser rangefinder on the market. This is the world’s smallest rangefinder which weights only 6.6 ounces and can lock onto distances from 5 to 1,000 yards. The Tour V2 rangefinder is legal for tournament play.
This model can accurately zoom in on a flag up to 300 yards away and a tree 600 yards away. The surrounding rubber cover is made so that is it easy to grip in one hand. With the pinseeker mode lets you easily lock onto the pin to measure its distance. Since the rangefinder is held in a vertical position in your hand rather than horizontally, it is easier to hold to device steady in order to lock onto your target.
When you figure in the small size and the optics of the Bushnell lenses, you can’t wrong wrong with this device. If you are a competitive golfer who wants accurate distances, then this is the model for you. One of the nice features about this device is that you can use it one the range as well to determine exactly how far you hit each club with any given swing. Even though many ranges have marked distances to the flag, any player has a different perspective and therefore different distance to the target. That is why this type of device is a handy addition to any golfer’s arsenal.
Bushnell Tour V2 with Pinseeker Laser
It is awesome. I had the old version of the smallest rengefinder on earth without pinseeker technology. I believe the tour pro. It worked well but if there was no wind and you were quite aways from the green sometimes you could not pick up the flag.
Crappy rangefinders don’t give you a solid and accurate number. You have to “guess” which of the 14 numbers (which flashed in 2.3 seconds by the way) are correct. The Bushnell Tour V2 uses “Pinseeker” technology to lock in on the flagstick and give you … The Bushnell Tour V2 is a solid laser rangefinder and gives me great yardages. I used it for about 35 rounds before I had to replace the battery, which only cost me $8.00.