While the GoalShot Rangefinder can’t guarantee a win (you’ll need to bring your A-game for that), it can certainly help you make more accurate shots. And who knows? With a bit of practice and a pinch of luck, you might just take home that trophy!
Just aim the rangefinder at your target, press the power button to activate the laser, and then press the measurement button. The distance will be displayed on the screen. It’s like playing a video game, but in real life!
Aim the rangefinder at the flagpole and press the measurement button. The rangefinder will vibrate to let you know it’s locked on. It’s like playing a game of tag, but with a flagpole.
Just rotate the focus ring until the image is clear. It’s like tuning a radio, but for your eyes.
The slope function is activated by default. It compensates for inclines and declines, giving you the true distance to your target. It’s like having a physics professor in your pocket!
You can easily switch between meters and yards by pressing and holding the mode button. It’s like traveling between countries without leaving the golf course!
Absolutely! This little gadget is a real multitasker. It’s great for hunting, hiking, and even construction. Just remember, it’s not recommended for measuring the distance to the moon.
Yes, indeed! It comes with a rechargeable lithium battery that can handle 20,000 measures on a full charge. That’s a lot of golf games!
No worries! The GoalShot Rangefinder has an automatic shutdown feature. If there’s no operation within 20 seconds, it’ll turn itself off. It’s like having a rangefinder with a built-in power nap feature.
While it’s not exactly ready for a swim, the GoalShot Rangefinder is water-resistant. So, a little rain on the golf course? No problem. But maybe don’t take it for a dip in the pool.
The GoalShot Rangefinder can definitely help you improve your game by providing accurate distance measurements. But remember, practice makes perfect! So, keep swinging, champ!
This is my first range finder, and I did not get it for golf but rather for arranging targets for pellet and BB guns. I did some indoor tests to estimate the accuracy and also tested the same target repeatedly and got the same result which is good. I did some long range testing outside and saw very close results but well within the expected variance. It's a very nice size and fits in the palm of the hand well. There are only two buttons and I was able to use them even while wearing gloves (it's winter at the moment). I also like that it's rechargeable and uses standard USB-C so I don't have to carry another charger around. The carrying case and wrist strap are also handy. All the components seem well built and definitely recommend this one.
I mainly use this for setting up targets for testing the range on my son’s airsoft guns. Also, it helps during games when you’re just curious about certain distances on the field. It’s fun to know the actual range of something as opposed to “wow that’s goes really far”. People on the field sometimes ask us to range something for them. It just adds to the fun, I think. It may be a bit pricey, but I have another range finder and it doesn’t seem as accurate or as well-built. This unit is also very compact in comparison, and fits in the palm of your hand. You could carry this in a pocket if you wanted. Of all the range finders I’ve tried, this is definitely my favorite!
This is a basic range finder. For an average golfer like me it's great. Worth the price and does exactly what I need. Very satisfied.
I'm not an experienced golfer, but this range finder does help you with getting a better sense of what club you should use for particular distances (assuming you already know how much yardage you get from each club). It is very easy to use and very hardy. So far it has performed well.