Well if it was a simple answer, we all would be using the same make and model but it is never that easy and selecting a unit for you and your golf game will be different from golfer to golfer.
- · You can read rangefinder reviews from pages like this on the internet
- · You can ask your golf buddies about theirs or better yet ask to use it a few times
- · Check out your favorite golf store or your clubs golf shop out and check them out for yourself and ask questions put one up to your eye and take a shot at a object
- · Give yourself a price range to stick with they can range from $150.00 at the low end and on sale up to $599.00 for some of the Top of the line new technology laser rangefinders you can find on the market to day
Note: I have phoned around many golf shops and stores in various parts of Canada and the USA and if they have a laser rangefinder in stock and on the shelves, they have only one model. In most cases, they did not carry laser rangefinders at all. It will depend greatly where you are in the world as to their availability, making the reviews from the internet more helpful than ever.
Just have to say that all of the rangefinders that I have reviewed do much the same thing, each will give you an accurate distance within seconds to your target, and they all have in one form or another a First Target Priority Mode.
You have fog modes, slope modes, top of the line optics waterproof compare to water resistant one units magnification will be 4x yet on another it will be 6x, what do you need or prefer. One will fit in your hand much better than the next one will. They all come with accessories making them more convenient.
To conclude when looking for the golf laser rangefinder that is right for you, it is best you to do your homework and check out a few different models and see what features are going to be important to you. Easiest way to get reviews on different makes and model is the internet.