Shot Scope Pro L2—What Else Could You Need?

Shot Scope, based in Edinburgh, Scotland, has made a great reputation for its golf technology, and the latest release, the Pro L2 laser rangefinder, has almost all the bells and whistles a golfer needs at a wallet-friendly price.

Shot Scope CEO David Hunter says, “Our mission remains to provide the best performance and accuracy at an affordable price point, and we believe PRO L2 meets that objective.” You can see his point at the latest laser rangefinder Pro L2.

It doesn’t have the ability to track game performance on the course, nor can it tap into satellites for GPS distances. The Pro L2 does have an on/off slope; it vibrates when the target is locked and has the same accuracy as DMDs costing hundreds more.

Shot Scope Pro L2

Shot Scope PRO L2
Laser rangefinder with slope and cart magnet

For many, the choice will be obvious. At less than $150, Shot Scope has a very attractive DMD choice and is sure to build a loyal following.

Fast Facts Shot Scope Pro L2 Laser Rangefinder

  • Slope adjustment—tournament on/off switch
  • 6x magnification
  • 700-yard range
  • Target lock vibration
  • Scan mode
  • Adjustable eyepiece
  • Water-resistant
  • Case, cleaning cloth, carry clip, cart magnet
  • CR2-3V battery
  • 2-year warranty
  • Blue or Grey accent $149.99

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