BlueTees Golf Series 3 Max Rangefinder Review

BlueTees Golf Series 3 Max Rangefinder Review

By Paul Liberatore

|

|

Time to read 4 min

BlueTees Golf was founded on the premise of a common problem: premium golf equipment costs too much money.


From the beginning, the company has prided itself on building premium, tour-level rangefinders at a fraction of the cost of the competition.


Their latest iteration is the Series 3 Max. While rangefinders across the board get better and better every year, the Series 3 Max utilizes the latest and greatest in technology and features.


Let’s have a closer look to check out this amazing rangefinder.

Key Features

Ultra Clear and Auto-Ambient Display mean your field of vision is always well defined.

Active Flag Lock and Pulse Vibration let you know when you’ve hit the correct target.

Twist to Focus feature allows you to adjust the magnification to your specific needs.

Design and Technology

Having tested the Series 3 Max myself, I can attest that this rangefinder is loaded with cool tech and plenty of features.


It all starts with the design. This rangefinder is constructed of the very best, most durable materials around.


The look is trendy and hip too. It’s available in navy and white, black and grey, and pink and white for the ladies.


The Series 3 Max is also waterproof and comes with a carrying case that’s designed to stand the test of time.


Now for the cool stuff. That’s right, we’re talking about tech.


To start, the Auto Ambient Display is the first of its kind. This means that the display automatically adjusts to the lighting conditions to give you the clearest view possible.


Pulse Vibration takes all the guesswork out of the equation. When you lock in on the flag, the Series 3 Max will pulsate in short bursts letting you know you’re spot on. No more wondering if you shot the flag or that tree behind the green. 

Most modern rangefinders come with a slope feature. This means you’ll get two readings, one for the gross yardage, and another for the yardage adjusted with slope up or down. While this feature is great when you’re just playing for fun, it’s illegal to use in competition. The Series 3 Max has a switch that turns this feature on and off with the flick of a finger. Talk about the best of both worlds!


Considering the number of rangefinders I’ve lost over the years, I should be a felon. You don’t have to worry about that with the Series 3 Max though. Two magnetic plates are built into the body and attach securely to any metal surface. Usually, I stick mine and the sidebar of the cart. It’s yet to fall off. 


PROS

  • Technology is the most advanced on the market.
  • Quality materials make the Series 3 Max durable and long lasting.
  • Price point is a lot lower than other rangefinders on the market.

CONS

  • Availability varies depending on inventory levels.
  • Must be purchased direct from the manufacturer.
  • Some golfers have reported delays in shipping.

Our Experience

As I’ve already mentioned, I’ve been through my fair share of rangefinders. Some are definitely better than others. But the Series Max 3 is one of the best I’ve come across yet. In fact, it’s what I have in my bag currently.


What I love most about this rangefinder is the wide array of features and how easy it is to use. The folks at BlueTees Golf know what they’re doing, and it shows. They take a lot of pride in their products and don’t cut any corners.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are There Any Specific Features of the Blue Tees Golf Series 3 Max Rangefinder That Make It Suitable for Professional Golfers?

I believe the Blue Tees Golf Series 3 Max Rangefinder is suitable for professional golfers due to its adaptive slope technology for accurate measurement, long distance acquisition, and lightweight design. Pros and cons analysis supports its professional suitability.

How Does the Rangefinder’s Adaptive Slope Switch Technology Work and How Does It Contribute to Accurate Distance Measurement?

Adaptive slope switch technology in the Blue Tees Golf Series 3 Max Rangefinder ensures precise distance measurement by factoring in elevation changes. This feature, tailored for professional golfers, enhances accuracy and flag acquisition, especially over long distances.

Can the Rangefinder Accurately Acquire Flags and Targets at Long Distances, and How Does It Perform in This Regard Compared to Other Models?

I’ve found the rangefinder to accurately acquire flags and targets at long distances, especially compared to other models. Its adaptive slope switch enhances accuracy, making it a top performer for long distance performance.

What Are the Exact Dimensions and Weight of the Blue Tees Golf Series 3 Max Rangefinder, and How Does This Compare to Other Rangefinders on the Market?

I’ve researched the dimensions and weight of Blue Tees Golf Series 3 Max Rangefinder, comparing them to other rangefinders. It’s compact at 4.61L x 1.61W x 2.99H inches and weighs 454 grams, making it competitive in the market.

What Are the Primary Pros and Cons of the Blue Tees Golf Series 3 Max Rangefinder Based on Our Testing and Analysis?

Based on our testing and analysis, the Blue Tees Golf Series 3 Max Rangefinder excels in accuracy measurement at long distances, making it a top choice for precision. However, its bulkier size may be a drawback for some users.

Conclusion

If you’re going to play your best golf, you can’t leave anything to chance. That’s especially true when it comes to knowing your yardage.


BlueTees Golf has made this as easy as it’s ever been with the Series 3 Max Rangefinder. It’s design, features, and accuracy are second to none.


Whether you’re just starting out or have been playing for years, this rangefinder is sure to save you shots every time you put a peg in the ground.

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. 

Related Articles