CaddyTalk Cube Rangefinder Review

CaddyTalk Cube Rangefinder Review

By Paul Liberatore



Time to read 4 min

Since rangefinders first came into the hands of golfers over 20 years ago, a lot has changed. Technology has allowed them to evolve, and today they’re capable of doing a lot more than just measuring the distance to the flag.

The CaddyTalk Cube rangefinder is looking to push the technology edge a step further with its Caddy Mode feature. It’s pretty darn cool, and I can’t wait to tell you more about it.

Key Features

Caddy Mode allows you to get the distance from your ball to flag without standing directly beside your ball.

Distances can be measured in both yards and meters.

E slope and M slope allow you to measure adjusted yardages that account for either total distance and perceived ball flight, or factors like slope, wind, temperature, and elevation.

Design and Technology

Operationally, the CaddyTalk Cube has all the features of modern rangefinders. 

It measures gross yardages, as well as adjusted yardages that consider slope, wind, temperature, and elevation. 

To change from yards to meters, just double tap the mode button on the bottom of the rangefinder. 

In order to switch between E and M slope yardages, just hold the mode button. If you’re playing in a tournament, make sure these modes are turned off. 

You’ll never have to worry about wondering if you’re locked in on the flag with the CaddyTalk Cube. It’s pin finder jolt feature vibrates to let you know when you’re locked in on the flag. 

What really sets this rangefinder apart, however, is Caddy Mode. This function utilizes triangulation technology that allows you to find the distance between two points from a different standing point.

As an example, let’s say you’re playing a golf course where carts are restricted to the paths only and your ball is on the opposite side of the fairway from the cart path. Under normal circumstances, you’d have to bring two or three clubs and your rangefinder with you so you could get beside your golf ball and shoot the yardage. The CaddyTalk Cube lets you capture the image of your golf ball from a distance, then shoot the flag from a distance. Then, triangulation technology kicks in and lets you know what the distance between point A (your golf ball) and point B (the flag is). This is what sets this rangefinder apart from all the others.


  • Price point should be comfortably within most golfers’ budget.
  • Triangulation technology lets you shoot accurate yardages even if you aren’t close to your golf ball.
  • Functionality and ease of use are much simpler than other rangefinders.


  • Rangefinder lacks some of the advanced features of its competitors.
  • Product warranty has had mixed reviews.
  • Shipping may depend on logistics and availability.

Our Experience

When I first heard about the CaddyTalk Cube and its triangulation technology that allows you to shoot yardages between two points from a distance, I’ll admit that I was pretty skeptical. With that said, I couldn’t resist giving it a try, and I’m sure glad I did. . .

Not only does this rangefinder have all the functions of top-of-the-line rangefinders, it also sets itself apart with Caddy Mode and triangulation technology. I tried this out on the course from several different locations and I’m here to tell you it’s deadly accurate.

This rangefinder saves a ton of time (especially with my regular group), and that’s a huge plus in my book.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can the CADDYTALK Cube Rangefinder Be Used in Tournaments Where Slope Functionality Is Not Allowed?

Yes, the CADDYTALK Cube rangefinder has a tournament mode that disables the slope functionality, ensuring compliance with rangefinder regulations in tournaments. This feature promotes fair play and aligns with the rules governing the use of rangefinders in competitive golf.

How Does the E-Slope Feature Factor in Environmental Conditions Like Temperature, Altitude, and Humidity to Provide Accurate Results?

The E-Slope feature uses environmental data like temperature, altitude, and humidity to calibrate accuracy, considering their impact on ball trajectory. This sophisticated technology ensures precise measurements, enhancing the precision of the rangefinder for golfers.

What Is the Maximum Distance That the CADDYTALK Cube Rangefinder Can Measure?

The CADDYTALK Cube rangefinder can measure distances from 5 to 1,000 meters, showcasing its impressive capabilities. Its accuracy range surpasses industry standards, offering a competitive advantage. The device’s laser technology and clear zoom lens ensure accurate and reliable measurements.

Are There Any Additional Accessories or Add-Ons Available for the CADDYTALK Cube Rangefinder?

Yes, there are additional accessories for the CADDYTALK Cube rangefinder, offering compatibility with apps for enhanced functionality. These add-ons provide customization options, allowing golfers to tailor their experience for improved performance on the course.

How Does the CADDYTALK Cube Rangefinder Compare to Other Rangefinders in Terms of Battery Life and Durability?

In comparison to other rangefinders, the CADDYTALK Cube excels in battery life and durability. Its long-lasting rechargeable battery and water-resistant design ensure reliability on the course. Plus, advanced features and exceptional customer support enhance the user experience.


I get excited about golf products whose development and function are outside the norm. That’s certainly the case with the CaddyTalk Cube rangefinder. Its triangulation technology feature is certainly something no other rangefinder has.

For that reason, and the fact that it’s stood up to the accuracy and functionality test, I’m all about it.

If you’re looking for accurate yardages, and want to get around the golf course in less time, check out the CaddyTalk rangefinder. There isn’t anything like it.

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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