Range finders based off of GPS measurement rather than laser ranging are very popular with all levels of golfer. They are a great ‘middle-road’ between the highly-featured lasers and the more portable but less feature-rich watches. These are the devices that require extra careful scrutiny so you don’t under-shoot or over-reach when considering the capabilities you need. Get our thoughts on the middle-men of golf distance measurement.
Golf GPS Units – Best By Budget
Look over some of the best GPS devices available for golf measurement while keeping the cost under control. Pro Tip: make sure you really look at the capabilities that matter to you and whether a watch or laser would be a better option (short or long term).
Golf GPS Units – Best Of Breed
We’ve looked at some ‘big-hitters’ in the GPS device world and if you’re looking for the GPS range finder that ‘has it all’ then this is a good place to start.
Golf GPS Units – Best By Features
The best features often mean high prices but not always. Look over some of these gadgets that, in our opinion, offer the broadest range of capability. Do note that with these GPS devices the margins between good features and best can be quite small so make sure you look in detail if considering a purchase.
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