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Knowing the slope adjusted distance helps you choose the right club.

ID TECHNOLOGY
Golf mode viewfinder display

Displays a guide distance to how far you should hit the ball, reading the uphill and downhill slopes of a course.

Employing ID Technology that reads the uphill and downhill slopes of a course, Golf mode displays the slope adjusted distance (Horizontal distance ± Height) which is a guide distance to how far you should hit the ball. This helps you to choose the right club on an uphill/downhill course where it is often difficult to accurately judge distance.
* Employed models: COOLSHOT PRO STABILIZED / COOLSHOT 40i

Slope adjusted distance (Horizontal distance ± Height)
* Upward incline

For an uphill shot with an actual distance of 150 yards, the Golf mode displays the slope adjusted distance (179.8 yd.), which is the sum of the horizontal distance (146.4 yd.) and the height (33.4 yd.). You can thus select the right club for even both up and down hill shots.

Measurement display mode cycle

* For COOLSHOT 40i, the order of the Measurement display mode cycle is Actual distance and height mode, Horizontal distance and height mode, Golf mode, then Actual distance mode.

Golf mode : Slope adjusted distance and actual distance mode
Actual distance mode
Actual distance and height mode
Horizontal distance and height mode

Actual Distance Indicator blinks to signal that the Incline/Decline measurement function (ID Technology) is not in use.

Green LED lamp blinks to indicate that actual distance mode is being used for measuring, as long as the power is on. Non-use of the Incline/Decline measurement function (ID Technology) can be clearly confirmed by observers. This indicator can be switched off.* Employed model: COOLSHOT PRO STABILIZED

Make sure to check the local rules in advance when using a COOLSHOT in an official competition.
Actual Distance Indicator