The Motocaddy Pro 3000 Laser is a fantastic rangefinder that is easy to use, easy to hold and can easily improve your performances on the course.
The device costs £269.99 which is a premium price, but it is justified by Motocaddy's newest investment into rangefinding and distance tracking products.
The Laser is 190 grams which is very light and the size of the product makes it fit perfectly into the palm of your hand.
It is easy and practical to use. The distances are accurate to 0.5 yards and with a magnification of up to seven times, the rangefinder provides very reliable yardages.
The Motocaddy Pro 3000 Laser also has a slope feature but this must be disabled if you are using the device during a competition.
The device can pick up targets to 1300 yards away and a flag up to 450 yards away. It comes with a 24-month warranty so this is a durable product as well as a high-quality one.
Alex took the Motocaddy Pro 3000 Laser device out on to the Kingfisher course at Mannings Heath Golf and Wine Estate to test its performance.
We discover that it is very easy to use and Alex proves the accuracy of the yardages by using the laser twice to make sure the figures were correct.
Players on the PGA Tour often use rangefinders in their practice rounds as opposed to other rangefinding devices such as golf watches.
This suggests that products like the Motocaddy Pro 3000 Laser is a preferred product and it is a fantastic item from a brand that now delves into this new market.
It will provide a great service for your course management and we believe that the Motocaddy Pro 3000 Laser rivals the products produced by Bushnell.