SG365 - Day 32 – Use a Rangefinder.

Not being sure of your distances is a sure-fire way to lose shots and make mistakes. If you’re interested in scoring your best, get a rangefinder. Technology has allowed us to have very accurate yardages from rangefinders, GPS watches and phone apps. I prefer a laser rangefinder to buzz the pin. From there you can decide if you’re going to attack the flag or put it short or long, one side or the other. This is all dependent on what putt you would like and it can very quickly help you to choose the right club to hit. #bushnell #garmin #golfequipment365

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