Bushnell has revealed its new Tour X laser rangefinder, which eliminates the need to choose between a device that offers standard distances (legal for competition use), or slope-adjusted distances.

Bushnell Tour X laser

Replacing the Tour V3 model, the Bushnell Tour X features revolutionary Exchange Technology, which uses two interchangeable faceplates slotted on the end of the device. One of these faceplates is black, which is the non-slope version permitted for use in competitions. The other faceplate is red and features a plug-in that activates the technology inside the device to offer slope-adjusted distances based on elevation changes.

“We are proud to unveil our most feature-packed laser rangefinder to date, which continues our legacy of dominance in professional golf,” said Scott Peterson, Bushnell Senior Product Manager. “The introduction of the TOUR X once again proves we are not only committed to the Tour player, but also the elite amateur player who requires precise yardage readings during practice and tournament rounds.”