Bushnell Golf unveils new Tour V5 and Tour V5 Shift lasers

Bushnell Outdoor Products, makers of the #1 laser rangefinder on the PGA Tour, have unveiled the latest additions to their innovative lineup – the Tour V5 and Tour V5 Shift. Both V5 models continue Bushnell’s tradition of setting new standards in the industry through constant innovation and incorporation of leading technologies. Molded with the perfect combination of size, speed, accuracy and Visual JOLT, the Tour V5 rangefinders are designed to create confidence for every shot needed on the course.

“Golfers look to us to provide the most accurate distance readings on the course to perform at their highest level,” said Andrew Grose, Managing Director, YUMAX Golf. “We are constantly innovating and developing new technologies, and with the addition of our BITE magnetic cart mount, Visual JOLT and our updated slope algorithm in the Tour V5 Shift, we continue to provide golfers the products they need to increase their confidence and play better golf.”

The new Tour V5 rangefinders feature Bushnell’s “BITE” technology. The BITE magnetic mount allows the laser rangefinder to be secured to a golf buggy without the need for any aftermarket accessories. With 7lbs. of pull strength, golfers can be assured their rangefinder will stay put.

JOLT has been taken to the next level with the all new PinSeeker with Visual JOLT Technology.  A red ring now flashes as JOLT vibrates to give the golfer even greater feedback and confidence to know they have locked onto the flag. 

 Tour V5 Features:

– PinSeeker with Visual JOLT Technology

– Built-in BITE Magnetic Cart Mount

– Accurate to within one yard

– 5-1,300-yard range performance (400+ yards to a flag)

– 6x magnification

– Bright, clear optics (2x brighter than previous generation)

– Fast Focus System

– Rain proof

– Premium carry case

– Three-volt battery included

– Two-year warranty

RRP: £299


Tour V5 Shift Features

 All the above plus:

– New, improved slope algorithm

– Slope-Switch Technology

RRP: £359

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