Bushnell NEO Ghost Golf GPS Review

    The Bushnell Neo Ghost Golf GPS can be best described as being a very small (pocket sized) and easy to use/read/carry around rangefinder at a very affordable price (it retails for under $100). Despite its tiny size, the NEO Ghost has it where it counts, meaning that it comes preloaded with over 33,000 golf courses and offers its “master” all kinds of measurements, i.e. to the center, back and front of the green “zone”. Other useful features include auto-course/auto-hole recognition and a shot distance calculator, along with the possibility of displaying up to 4 hazards/ hole.

    If you’re a professional golf player, you’ll love its autonomy, as the Bushnell NEO XS will last you for at least 3 rounds before charging is required. The smart design allows you to wear it anywhere-anytime (including on your belt or on your bag), thanks to its multifunctional clip that can be attached virtually on anything. One of the most impressive things about the NEO Ghost is that Bushnell managed to pack it full of features, despite its small/lightweight appearance. The device is capable of providing you with the critical info about the distances in real time, while offering you the reliability and convenience you’re expecting from a dedicated golf/GPS piece of gear. The Bushnell NEO XS is available in 4 colors: black, neon green, charcoal and white. I can describe this baby as the no-nonsense GPS rangefinder, featuring a very to use interface, no frills and highly accurate on almost any turf on the planet. My favorite feature is the auto hole recognition system; that means you’ll waste no time as you move around the turf. Bottom line, if you want a small, light and high quality GPS rangefinder, this is the “droid you were looking for”.