Shot Scope launch new and improved PRO LX and PRO LX+ rangefinders to finalise 2023 product line-up

Shot Scope, the industry-leader in advanced GPS, rangefinder and shot tracking technology, has released the new and improved PRO LX and PRO LX+, to complete the extensive 2023 product range.

The PRO LX+ provides golfers the ultimate on-course distance measuring device – a fast, accurate rangefinder with a built-in extra strong buggy magnet, combined with a powerful GPS and performance tracking system to gain valuable insights from every on-course game.

“The new PRO LX and PRO LX+ are an extension of their predecessors, and with their improved, more compact design and faster target-lock vibration, provide golfers with the perfect on-course tool to help shoot lower scores,” comments David Hunter, Chief Executive Officer at Shot Scope.

“2023 has been a great year for us, with our product offering moving from strength to strength. We have a product for every golfer; whether they like to track their stats or not, wear a watch or use their phone, or simply use a rangefinder for their distances to the pin. We will continue to strive to provide technically driven products that help players develop their game.”

The PRO LX and PRO LX+ join an impressive line-up of new releases from Shot Scope; the X5 GPS and performance tracking watch, the stylish G5 GPS watch, PRO L2 rangefinder, the mobile plug-and-play tags from CONNEX, as well as Shot Scope Academy which has transformed the player and coach connectivity within the game.

The unrivalled data that Shot Scope are able to provide via their subscription free app offer golfers an incredible wealth of knowledge about their game. Through their tracking tags, golfers have access to over 100 performance statistics that can be analysed post round with or without their coach.

The PRO LX retails at £249.99 (€269.99) and the PRO LX+ at £349.99 (€369.99). To find out more about Shot Scope and their 2023 product range, go to

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As an avid golfer since the age of eleven Dan lives and breathes all things golf.  With a current handicap of eleven he gets out and plays as often as his work life (and girlfriend) allows. Dan confesses to still being like a kid at Christmas when it comes to seeing the latest golf equipment. Having served as GolfPunk’s Deputy Editor, and resident golf geek for the past 13 years and working for golf's oldest brand, John Letters Dan brings to GOLF RETAILING an excellent understanding of the sector.