Bushnell release NEO Ghost rangefinder

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Bushnell Golf has announced the latest addition in its leading GPS rangefinder collection in the shape of the NEO Ghost.


Known as the No.1 rangefinder on both PGA and European Tours, Bushnell has released the NEO Ghost to serve golf enthusiasts of all levels on the course.

The NEO Ghost comes preloaded with more than 33,000 courses and provides simple measurements to the front, centre and back distances of the green, along with up to four hazards per hole.

Scott Peterson, Bushnell senior product manager, said: “Several features excite us about the NEO Ghost, most importantly the high quality technology we are able to pack into such a small, lightweight GPS rangefinder.

“It provides golfers with the critical distance information they need, while offering the convenience and reliability they are accustomed to from our GPS products.”

Bushnell Neo GHOST

Additional features include auto course and auto hole recognition, shot distance calculator and long battery life, where you can play three rounds before charging.

The NEO Ghost also has a multifunctional clip that can be attached to the golfer’s belt or easily attached to a bag, allowing for increased accessibility and convenience during play.

Bushnell’s latest GPS innovation joins the NEO XS, which is the lightest, thinnest GPS watch rangefinder in golf.

The NEO Ghost can be purchased in four different colours – black, charcoal, neon green and white – and will be available at retail for a price of £99 in early March.

For more information on the range, visit the Bushnell website or follow @BushnellGolf on Twitter. You can also watch this new video on the Bushnell NEO Ghost below.

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