As we all know, golf is a sport that requires a high degree of precision. If you want to play accurately, you must learn to judge distance. In practice, players often judge the distance from the ball to the flagstick by visual inspection of themselves or their caddies, so as to decide which iron in the bag to choose and the power to use for the swing.
In order to be able to hit various distances, players generally prepare 14 sticks, but if the exact distance cannot be determined at the first time, preparing more sticks will not come in handy. Although there are yard piles on the course, your ball position is in the middle of the course or on one side during the actual playing process. The distance will be different from the distance on the yard pile. In addition, the terrain of the course is complex and there will be up and down slopes. Turn left on the hole and turn right on the hole too, the flagpole is in the front or back, these factors must be considered.
When many players play golf, they usually judge the distance of the ball through personal experience, but the distance judged in this way is basically very rough, and the precise distance related to the destination or the place where the ball is dropped cannot be accurately obtained. Therefore, the ball played by experience may be very different from what you originally imagined. After you have a golf rangefinder, you don't have to worry about it anymore.
What are the benefits of using a rangefinder in golf?
Using the golf rangefinder enable players to more accurately measure and understand the distance to the destination, and quickly find the place where the golf ball falls, so as to better judge the direction and angle of the destination and the current position, greatly reduce the error rate, and determine the score. The quality of the game is of great help to the player's own level of play.
#Accurately measure the destination distance##Quickly find the golf ball's landing ##Better judge the direction and angle of the destination and current position
The use of rangefinders is permitted in the professional arena
It has been studied that on a standard 18-hole golf course, on average, the driver uses the fairway wood 14 times, Fairwaywood 4 times, the iron 25 times, and wedges are used 10 times, golf rangefinder 49 times. Rangefinders have long been quite popular in amateur and youth events, and are also allowed to be used in professional competitions.
What should you pay attention to when buying a rangefinder?
First of all, when choosing a rangefinder, you should see the product functions clearly, choose according to your own habits and needs, and seek professional guidance if necessary.
Secondly, we must pay attention to the battery life of the product, it must be enough to open through the whole game, if not, you need to consider multiple batteries for battery life.
Furthermore, it is convenient to carry, which can be put in a pocket or pinned to the waist.