Q & A
Bushnell had a tall order in trying to improve on its highly successful V3 rangefinder, but it also had plenty of motivation. That motivation was the result of feedback from golfers, who routinely suggested that their biggest complaint with rangefinders was being unable to hold their hands steady during use. Problem solved, as Bushell’s engineers, in the Tour V4, have created a product that’s 30 percent smaller than the V3 and weighs just 5.6 ounces, making it easy to operate, even with just one hand.This unit comes with a two-year limited warranty against manufacturer's defects. For returns that are within two year of purchase, contact TGW customer service to see if the defect is covered under the Bushnell warranty.
The new ergonomic design of the V4 makes it fit the hand better and allows for a more user-friendly experience, including less shaking of the hands while getting yardages.
“I’ve never owned a rangefinder but I’ve used ones that guys I play with have had. But none of them worked like this. It was so easy to get yardages. I didn’t have any trouble locking in on the flag, and I was able to keep my hands steady more than with others I’ve tried. It was impressive. I don’t really play tournament golf so I’ve never really felt I needed a rangefinder, but I’m not so sure anymore.”
TGW customer Hunter, 10 handicap