Longridge Digital Golf RangeFinder

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The sun is shining, you hit a perfect drive and now you find yourself in the middle of the fairway and there is no yardage marker. Are you 125 or 150 yards away? Should you use a 9 Iron or a 7?

This Mini Digital Range Finder will let you quickly and accurately measure your distance from the golf pin. It is perfect for training and improving your game.


  • Effective range of 1000 yards down to 50 yards.
  • Accurately measure your distance from the pin
  • Wide 420' field of view at 1000 yards (7.5-degree Field of View)
  • Digital Readout for golf yardage measurement
  • Lightweight
  • Great for outdoor activities (hunting, boating, photography, etc.) when used as a 7X monocular
  • Automatic shutoff device
  • Silver/Black Finish
  • MgF2 Lens Coating
  • Pocket Size: 3.75" (Length) x 2.0" (Width) x 1.5" (Height)
  • Comes with (a) carry strap, (b) soft pouch and (c) Two 3v Lithium Batteries


  • Press the ON / Adjust Button.
  • Aim the base line on the screen on a level with the green.
  • Press ON / Adjust button to lower the location of horizontal line to the top of the pin.
  • The number displayed on the the top of the screen is the distance in yards.


  • Dimensions: 3.75" (Length) x 2.0" (Width) x 1.5" (Height)
  • Effective range: 1000 yards down to 50 yards.
  • Net Weight: 2.82 oz.
  • Magnification: 7x


  • Golf Range Finder (Golf Scope)
  • User Manual
  • Carry Strap
  • Soft Case
  • Two (2) 3v Batteries

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Longridge Digital Golf Range Finder

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Sorry but this is a poor product. Yes cheap price but = cheap product. Based on an assumption that every Pin is exactly the same height (6m) and uses a changeable vertical 'height' bar (operated by clicking the button seen on top of the model) to match the height of the Pin and, by using basic mathematics (Pythagoras Principal) estimates the distance. Problem is that if the Pins are different heights, then the mathematics fail and the readings are pointless. You can be anywhere between 10 and 20% out in true distance.