Blue Tees Sereies 2 Pro Golf Rangefinder Review

Blue Tees Sereies 2 Pro Golf Rangefinder Review

By Paul Liberatore

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Time to read 4 min

With all the rangefinders out on the market today, finding the right yardage to any target out on the course is nowhere near the worry it was back in the day. All you have to do is point, aim, click, and BOOM, you’ve got an exact number.


But if you’ve ever shopped for your own rangefinder, you know that some of the top ones can cost as much as a new driver. We’re talking $400, $500, or more. That’s a lot to shell out just to have the right yardage. It’s in that vein that the folks at Blue Golfer set about making a quality rangefinder that was affordable for everyone. 

Key Features

Range of up to 800 yards means no target is out of reach.

Pulse Vibration lets you know without question that you’ve locked in on the flag.

True Distance feature gives you adjusted yardages to the flag based on uphill and downhill slopes.

Design and Technology

One of the things we like most about the Series 2 Pro is its compact design. A lot of the higher-end rangefinders are big and bulky. Not so with this model from Blue Tees. It fits comfortably in the palm of your hand.


And it has all the tech features you’d expect of a modern rangefinder too.


Slope is literally in your hands. The Series 2 Pro gives you two different yardages. The first is the gross yardage to the flag. The second yardage accounts for elevation change to help you pick the right club every time. Even though this feature isn’t legal when you’re playing in a tournament, it sure takes a lot of guesswork out of the equation. 

Flag Lock Pulsation Vibration lets you know when the scope has locked in on the flag. This means no more hitting the tree behind the green thinking it’s the flag, and pulling the wrong club.


Because the Series 2 Pro is cheaper than a lot of the top rangefinders, you might think the display isn’t as clear. Not so. The HD display is crystal clear and can be easily adjusted to fit your preferred optical setting.


And what about those days when there’s some liquid sunshine? Can you still use the Series 2 Pro without having to worry about water damage? You bet. The case and lens are both waterproof.


At the end of the day, the Series 2 Pro Rangefinder has everything you need to reliably get good yardages and play your best golf. 


PROS

  • Functions are simply and easy to use.
  • Price point is much more attractive than other rangefinders.
  • Warranty and money back guarantees are the best in the business.

CONS

  • Lacks a lot of the features of other premium rangefinders.
  • Newer model exists and may be more functional.
  • Some golfers have reported that outer casing isn’t as durable as other, comparable rangefinders.

Our Experience

If you’re a frequent reader of our product reviews, or have tuned into any of our recent videos here at Golfer’s Authority, you know that we’ve tested our fair share of rangefinders.


Again, there are plenty of rangefinders out there that have cooler features, more tech, the list goes on. But all those rangefinders are a heck of a lot more expensive.


I’m here to tell you that I’ve used the Series 2 Pro from Blue Tees myself. It has everything you need, and nothing you don’t.


I had no issues with display clarity, yardage accuracy, or functional reliability.


You can count on the Series 2 Pro to deliver. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Can This Rangefinder Be Used for Activities Other Than Golf, Such as Hunting or Birdwatching?

Yes, this rangefinder is versatile. Its high precision and long range make it suitable for hunting. The 6x magnification also enhances birdwatching performance. Its slope measurement and Flag Lock technology provide accuracy across outdoor activities.

How Does the Blue Tees Golf Series 2 Pro Rangefinder Compare to Other Rangefinders in Terms of Battery Life?

Battery life on the Blue Tees Golf Series 2 Pro Rangefinder is impressive, providing extended use for accurate and precise measurements. When compared to other rangefinders, its battery longevity stands out, enhancing its reliability on the course.

Are There Any Additional Accessories Included in the Package, Such as a Carrying Case or Lens Cleaning Cloth?

Yes, the Blue Tees Golf Series 2 Pro Rangefinder package includes a carrying case and a lens cleaning cloth. Additionally, it offers a waterproof feature, ensuring durability in varying weather conditions.

Does the Rangefinder Have a Warranty or Guarantee for Durability and Performance?

I can assure you that the rangefinder comes with a warranty for durability and performance guarantee. The customer support is excellent, and I’ve had a positive experience with their durability assurance.

Can the Slope Measurement Feature Be Turned off for Tournament Play?

Yes, the slope measurement feature can be turned off for tournament play, ensuring compliance with regulations. Additionally, this rangefinder’s versatility extends to non-golf usage, making it a multifunctional tool for various activities.

Conclusion

Golf equipment is expensive across the board. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a new driver, golf bag, or rangefinder.


The good news is that there’s a lot of lot of quality equipment out there that doesn’t come with the hefty price tag. The Blue Tees Series 2 Pro Rangefinder is one such piece of equipment.


If you’re in the market for an affordable rangefinder that’s sure to deliver, look no further than this model from Blue Tees. 

Paul Liberatore

Paul Liberatore

As the Founder of Golfers Authority Paul Liberatore Esq. has spent the last 7+ years writing about the best golf equipment or instruction from the top golf instructors in the world. He has been a contributing writer for Sports Illustrated Golf and GolfWRX. After graduating with honors from Purdue University, he realized that he had a passion for the golf business and the law. When he's not practicing law, or creating golf content on YouTube, he can be found on his syndicated Behind the Golf Brand podcast talking with the most prolific leaders in the golf industry. 

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