What we say...
Tested: December 2010
David Connor, Today's Golfer equipment editor (10HCP)
Peter Morgan (9HCP)
Ian Whittle (12HCP)
Terry Dell (18HCP)
TG GOLD AWARD
VERDICT: There wasn't a lot to separate this from the Nikon 350G if truth be told but both Ian and Peter felt it was just marginally quicker and easier to focus on the target with the Tour V2 and that's why it has grabbed top spot on this occasion.
It is the most expensive on test but it is top drawer. Our testers also commented that, like the Nikon, the mode button was positioned away from the scan button so you didn't hit the wrong one accidentally.
Many Tour players and their caddies trust Bushnell so you simply can't go wrong with one of these.
RATINGS (out of five):
Ease of use: 4.8
Overall: 4.5 stars
Measures 1.6 x 2.8 x4.3 inch, weighing 6.6 oz, and accurate 5 to 1,000 yards. Comes with a carrying case and straps. The Tour V2 is legal for tournament play and for posting of scores for handicap purposes.
Contact: 0208 391 4700