Finding the correct distance on the golf course can be a make or break situation. The wrong data can lead to improper golf club selection and often very poor results.
One company that is working to make improper yardages a thing of the past is Madison, Wisconsin-based Laser Link Golf. The company produces golf distance measurement technology and recently introduced their latest rangefinder – White Magic. This product will join a family of products that includes the QuickShot, Red Hot, and Switch laser rangefinders.
The White Magic rangefinder uses Laser Link Golf’s trademark pistol shape and includes their Zero-In Alignment System for easy targeting. A unique element of the White Magic rangefinder is what the company calls Target Differentiation Technology (TDT), or “Know Your Target” technology. TDT allows the rangefinder to distinguish between reflector and non-reflector targets on the golf course. Hit a Laser Link reflector target, and White Magic will “beep”. Hit a tree or other object, and White Magic will vibrate.
“All of our products are created with one goal in mind — make the same technology used by PGA Tour players simple and easy to use for the millions of players who don’t live tournament to tournament,” said Rob O’Loughlin, president of Laser Link Golf. “White Magic delivers the information every golfer needs in a way any golfer can use.”
Laser Link products are designed to speed up play and add enjoyment to the game of golf. Their products are used at more than 3,500 private clubs around the country and also include the CartLink System, which is an affordable cart-mounted GPS alternative. For more information on White Magic or other Laser Link products, visit the Laser Link website.