Equipment: Range Finders
Last Updated on Monday, 30 January 2017 19:46 Monday, 30 January 2017 19:39
BEAVERTON, Oregon — Far more accurate than GPS and more customizable than any other golf rangefinder, the new GX®-5i3 offers all of Leupold’s latest technology that enables golfers to sharpen their game and improve scores.
A recent update to Leupold’s high-performance DNA® (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy) engine and an advanced infrared laser empower the GX-5i3 to deliver faster measurements with accuracy displayed to the nearest 1/10th of a yard. New PinHunter™ 3 Laser Technology increases the pulse rate and as a result, the rangefinder ignores user movement to quickly identify and lock onto the flag or pin for extremely precise and fast target acquisition.
Last Updated on Monday, 30 January 2017 19:38 Monday, 30 January 2017 19:31
BEAVERTON, Oregon — New GX®-1i3 and GX®-2i3 golf rangefinders from Leupold® feature a sleek, new ergonomic design that makes them easy and comfortable to hold in the palm of a hand.
Both models offer Leupold’s high-performance DNA® (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy) engine and an advanced infrared laser that deliver faster measurements with increased accuracy that is superior to GPS devices. New PinHunter™ 3 Laser Technology increases the pulse rate and as a result, the GX rangefinder ignores user movement to quickly identify and lock onto the flag or pin for extremely precise and fast target acquisition.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 December 2016 20:41 Tuesday, 06 December 2016 20:31
ORLANDO, Florida — FlightScope® announces its X3 golf radar featuring Fusion Tracking technology, an innovative combination of 3D Doppler tracking and high-speed image processing. With a complete technology makeover, the X3 provides enhanced accuracy to leverage the power of radar and image processing simultaneously and provide golfers with first-rate training technology to help improve their game.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 March 2016 02:11 Wednesday, 16 March 2016 02:05
BEAVERTON, Oregon — Leupold’s® new GX®-2i2 comes packed with advanced technology that enables golfers to easily customize the rangefinder to their individual needs and use it as a handy tool to improve scores and speed up pace of play. GX®-2i2 is now widely available from Leupold GX dealers and online retailers.
According to a recent United States Golf Association decision, tournament use of GX-2i2 is permitted under the Rules of Golf when a Local Rule is in effect (see USGA Decision 14-3/0.5) and the device is not used in True Golf Range™ (TGR®) mode. TGR allows golfers to compensate for uphill shots that play long and downhill shots that play short.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 February 2016 01:49 Wednesday, 17 February 2016 01:06
ORLANDO, Florida (Dr. Barry Lotz/iG) — The 2016 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, FL, attracted golf buyers and sellers from around the world to drive a 3 percent increase in overall attendance, despite the early-week Winter Storm Jonas impacting the East Coast of the United States. The top five countries (outside of U.S.) represented in attendance were Canada, United Kingdom, Japan, Mexico and Germany. The top five U.S. states represented in attendance were Florida, New York, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Michigan.
This year’s show was well attended by both exhibitors and visitors, even without familiar names such as Nike, Mizuno and Sun Mountain. For the first two days everybody seemed to be writing orders. Callaway, PING, Titleist, Bridgestone, Cobra and Tour Edge were consistently busy, as were Carnoustie, SunIce and Devereaux.
The Demo Day was the busiest I have ever seen and perfect weather was the order of the day.
Whether this will convert to an increase in business, only time will tell, though positive attitudes heard from attendees and exhibitors may warrant a better 2016.
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