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The ultimate leader of the distance measuring devices (DMD), Bushnell, has released the fifth gen of its most popular line of rangefinders Tour V. For over a decade the Tour V range of laser rangefinders has been the preferred option of almost all PGA Tour players, as it showed unbeatable performance and reliability.

This year Bushnell came up with two models from the Tour V series, the more basic Tour V5 and the more advanced, slope-measuring Tour V5 Shift. The difference between the two is the slope switch on the Tour V5 Shift model, which can be turned off during tournaments.

I hope that you are as curious to learn more about the improvements in what was soon considered to be the best rangefinder as we were, so dive into the review of the Bushnell Tour V5 and V5 Shift.