Most can agree a laser rangefinder is the most accurate, simple to use and
dependable way of measuring distances on a golf course. Governments and
professional surveyors depend on the technology to map the world. If it gets the
job done for them, using the same technology on the golf course is as good as it
gets. But, if you own a laser rangefinder would you use it more often if it were
• Having trouble holding it steady?
• Trees, shrubbery or other background clutter confusing your rangefinder?
• Is it taking too long to acquire the target distance?
• Taking several measurements because you don't trust the first?
• All the above?
Fact: The target is the key. Surveyors measure distance using
a *cooperative target, not a non-reflective object such as a flag or flagstick.
Even a low-end laser rangefinder will perform with a good reflective target.
*A cooperative target has been enhanced to give a higher return signal to the
laser rangefinder receiver.
Problem: Not all targets on golf
courses are good reflectors. The most important being flags and flagsticks. Flag
material, size, color and angle can cause target recognition problems for even
the most expensive laser rangefinder. Amazingly, most course managers aren't
even aware of the problem and how easily and inexpensively it can be resolved.
RangePal flagstick reflector. It's large circular and highly reflective surface,
toughness and smart looks add a useful tool to your course for visitors and
NEW! The RangePal Flagstick Reflector for laser rangefinder users.
HOW THEY WORK
If accuracy, simplicity and dependability suit your style, join customers in AL,
AR, CA, FL, GA, LA, ME, MI, OH, OK, PA, SC, VA, WV and WV enjoying the benefits
of laser technology combined with RangePal reflectors.