European Solheim Cup Team to use new Pro XE Laser

Bushnell Golf, makers of golf’s #1 laser rangefinder, has announced its sponsorship of the European Solheim cup team this autumn as they take on the US team at Gleneagles in September.

“The Pro XE sets a new standard in laser rangefinders,” said Marc Overton, Bushnell Golf EMEA. “From improved optics and longer ranging, to convenience features like Visual Jolt and BITE, Pro XE offers features golfers at all skill levels can appreciate. 

We hope that our most advanced laser rangefinder will contribute significantly to a European victory at Gleneagles and we offer our very best wishes to the European Solheim Cup Team as they battle it out with the US team”

“The Solheim Cup is the greatest display of women’s golf in the world” said European Solheim Cup Director Polly Clark “and of course, all players are under pressure the bring the trophy home.

Bushnell’s reputation of providing accurate distance measurement is well documented and brings with it a level of confidence that we very much expect to put to good use”.

European team players will be trusting their distance measurement to Bushnell’s most advanced laser rangefinder, the Pro XE.  Its acclaimed Slope technology has 

been enhanced by the addition of an Elements feature that measures the effect of temperature and barometric pressure to give golfers their most precise compensated distances ever.

European Team players will be using the Pro XE throughout the practice rounds with the laser being complimented by a handy pouch that wraps around the golf bag for easy access.

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