COURSE TRYOUT

Attack the course with a Nikon COOLSHOT

Use the COOLSHOT to effectively measure distance to objects around the fairway and the green, as well as the distance to the exact point where you want the golf ball to land. By knowing the exact distance to your target, you can select the proper club. Of course, you should also consider the wind condition and lie to strategically attack the course. * Make sure to check the local rules in advance when using a laser rangefinder in an official competition.

TEE SHOTShot with a dogleg corner

A dogleg corner can make estimating distance difficult. In this case, measure the distance to a tree in front of the corner and then the distance to the woods to get the distance to the centre of the fairway. Now you can swing without hesitation.
Note: Viewfinder display shown here is a simulated image using the COOLSHOT 40.

SECOND SHOTShot with a hazard

With a bunker or pond in front of the green, measure the distance to the edge of the green and the distance to the hazard to play it safe.
Note: Viewfinder display shown here is a simulated image using the COOLSHOT 40.

APPROACH SHOTUphill shot

On an uphill slope, you may not reach the green without considering height. In cases like this, use a COOLSHOT that’s equipped with ID Technology. ID Technology displays the slope adjusted distance, enabling you to hit an accurate shot to reach the green.
Note: Viewfinder display shown here is a simulated image using the COOLSHOT 40i.