NX7 Pro review: Compact, easy-to-use golf rangefinder at an affordable price

We put the Precision Pro NX7 Pro Rangefinder though its paces to see how it measures up.

A new golf laser rangefinder has just made it to Australian shores and we’ve been testing it out over the last few weeks

The NX7 Pro Laser Rangefinder is made by American company Precision Pro Golf and while they’re just a small company, their aim is to provide great golf rangefinders at an affordable price.

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Cape Wickham Golf Links: A hole-by-hole course review

Sitting on King Island in the middle of Bass Strait, Cape Wickham is one of Australia’s best golf courses.

Excited to be travelling to see Australia’s newest golf course, it was hard not to think: “This had better be good”.

Not because it’s a chore to play golf – I’d travel the length and breadth of Australia to play golf, but because this new golf course is in a seriously isolated location.

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Golf ball review: GolfJet JET3 Series

We road test the brand new Australian-made golf ball, GolfJet.

We’ve been testing out the new Australian designed golf balls over the last few months and we thought it was time to tell you what we think.

GolfJet launched on to the Australian golf market earlier this year with two ‘tour level performance’ golf ball series that arrive in a slick ‘JetPack’ that includes a nine balls, tees, ball marker, a leather glove and access to the GolfJet app.

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Must-read golf course review of Barnbougle Dunes

Ran Morrissett casts his eye over one of Australia’s best golf courses; Barnbougle Dunes

If you love Barnbougle Dunes, want to go play golf there or simply a connoisseur of great golf course design, you must read this review of Barnbougle Dunes by Ran Morrissett.

As founder of Golf Club Atlas, Morrissett is a doyen in the realm of golf course architecture and his captivating review of Barnbougle begins with a great overview of the history of its construction; from the initial consultations with land owner (and non-golfer) Richard Sattler to the intricacies and challenges of the layout:

In the end the routing became a classic figure 8 with the clubhouse in the middle.

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A few thoughts on TPC Harding Park ahead of the 2015 WGC Cadillac Match Play Championship

On a recent trip through San Francisco, I played TPC Harding Park – home of this week’s WGC Cadillac Match Play Championship.

 

 

Much of the talk about the WGC Cadillac Match Play Championship has centred around the new (and much more sensible) round robin format, but for the first time in seven years the event is being held outside of America Arizona.

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