Precision Pro Golf Press

Precision Pro Golf Press

Golf Magazine - GPS Golf Band

"When you swing, you'll barely feel this flexible, one-ounce waterproof silicone band. Features include an odometer, shot-distance calculator and automatic course-recognition and hole-advancement functions. Available in midnight blue or white, you get eight hours of battery life in GPS mode." Click Here to Read More


Golf Digest Stix - GPS Golf Band

"Not all golfers want to wear a GPS watch to play golf, especially if they don’t wear a watch in the first place. One alternative available in the GPS watch landscape is the Precision Pro GPS Band. Weighing just 1.2 ounces or well less than half of traditional golf GPS watches, the less bulky Precision Pro GPS Band brings GPS course information for some 35,000 pre-loaded courses." Click Here to Read More

Golf WRX - GPS Golf Band

Lightweight and comfortable to wear. Instant yardages from anywhere on the golf course, and functions as a normal watch and pedometer. Waterproof and long-lasting with a rechargeable battery. USGA tournament legal." Click Here to Read More

Golf WRX- Nexus Rangefinder

"It’s stylish, durable and its small size is a convenience around the golf course. With only two buttons, the Nexus won’t intimidate, yet its Advanced Target Lock and Dynamic Scanning functions provide the appropriate amount of sophistication desired by the most astute gearhead." Click Here to Read More 



My Golf Spy - Nexus Rangefinder

"The Nexus is a budget laser that doesn't feel cheap. That’s a big step in the right direction" Click Here to Read More


The Hackers Paradise - GPS Golf Band

"There is a lot of things that Precision Pro has done 'right' with the 'GPS Golf Band', just as with their laser rangefinder it offers a lot of bells and whistles in a competitive package. With the GPS there is also the benefit of standing out visually, in a good way, to the rest of the wrist worn GPS golf devices." Click Here to Read More


Hacker's Paradise - Nexus Rangefinder

"Zeroing in on the flag stick from distances over 150 yards is relatively simple thanks to the 6x magnification level that the Nexus is equipped with. When it comes to comparing rangefinders, this feature stacks up well with other rangefinders consumers will find in this same price range. While it’s easy to think that the extra magnification level is not a necessity, it certainly makes locking in a target, whether it be a flag or hazard marker, just a little bit easier." Click Here to Read More

Plugged In Golf - GPS Golf Band

"I turned mine on when I walked out of the pro shop, and it had located my course before I hit the first tee.  From that point, the GPS Golf Band can be totally hands free if you choose.  There are additional features you can take advantage of – distances to hazards and shot measurement – and they rely primarily on the center button.  The shot measurement feature deserves particular praise – it’s the easiest to use that I’ve come across, which led me to actually use it." Click Here to Read More


Plugged In Golf - Nexus Rangefinder

"The Precision Pro Nexus Laser Rangefinder is the best surprise in distance measuring devices this year.  Superior performance at a budget price." Click Here to Read More


Golf Tips - GPS Golf Band 

"The GPS Golf Band ($179) is the future of distance. It is the thinnest, lightest (weighs just 1.2 oz.), most comfortable GPS wearable available. The featherweight and glove friendly design ensures not to interfere with your swing. The streamlined interface with auto hole recognition and out of the box usability ensures ease of use for any golfer." Click Here to Read More


"For starters, it’s really nifty, slim and petite – but still big enough that it is easy to use. What really impressed us was the accuracy about the NX7 rangefinder. It says it is to within a yard when you buy it, and our various on-course tests backed this up."