Shot Scope Pro LX + Review

Shot Scope Pro LX + Review

By Paul Liberatore



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There are few top brands that come to mind when we think about leaders in golf rangefinders. Shot Scope is certainly one of them. 

For years, they’ve been on the cutting edge of design and technology with each and every product they churn out. And their latest release of the Pro LX + Rangefinder only serves to further that reputation. 

If you’re interested in finding out a little more about what’s sure to be one of 2023’s hottest rangefinders, keep reading.

Key Features

Black and red dual optics make finding your target easy in any lighting condition.

Seven-X magnification means there’s no target too small for this rangefinder and your resolution is assured to be crystal clear.

Nine pockets give you plenty of storage for everything you need.

Design and Technology

It’s hard to pick a starting point when discussing this rangefinder as it concerns design and technology.

Let’s start with the fact that this device is a rangefinder and GPS all in one. That’s right, it comes with more than 36,000 preloaded courses that give you accurate GPS data in addition to the capability of using it as a rangefinder. If you would rather use one or the other, simply detach the rangefinder and you’re good to go. You can attach the GPS to your belt with the carabiner, or to any metal surface via the strong magnet. 

A range of up to 900 yards, 7x magnification, and rapid-fire detection are just a few additional features golfers love about this rangefinder.

Red and black optics are some of the clearest we’ve ever seen. They provide the perfect contrast to easily illuminate your target in any lighting condition. 

When you buy the Pro LX +, you’ll want to be sure and download the free app too. When you do, you’ll have access to free dashboard statistics. 

The device’s shot tracking capabilities are second to none as well. The GPS inventories a detailed history of every shot, plots them on the course map, allows you to share your rounds via the social feature, and gives access to more than 100 statistical metrics that can be broken down into the most finite of categories. 

For your short game, PinCollect Technology provides you enhanced stats on and around the green. This feature highlights strengths and weaknesses and will help you come up with a plan to improve quickly. 

Also included are 16 tracking tags that you put on the butt end of your club. Each of these interacts with the GPS to collect data pertinent to each individual weapon in your bag. 

Rounding out the package are a battery life of up to 15 hours, and a two-year limited warranty that’s one of the best in the business.


  • Three-in-one functions of rangefinder, GPS, and shot tracker are something we’ve never seen.
  • Raw number of functions is unheard of.
  • Quality build from a reputable brand inspires confidence.


  • May be difficult to use except for the most technologically inclined golfers.
  • Setup may take longer than traditional rangefinders.
  • Frequent software updates may be required.

Our Experience

Out of all the rangefinders I’ve tried (over 100) I’ve never seen one more technologically advanced than the Shot Scope Pro LX +. The sheer number of functions, modes, and capabilities this rangefinder has blows me away.

While I still can’t understand how each one of them works, I can tell you that the tech in the Pro LX + is impressive beyond words, and is sure to help golfers of all experience levels better understand their game and improve. 

I’ll be honest and say that this rangefinder is a bit over my head as a relative tech neophyte. But if you’re someone that loves chewing on stats, analyzing patterns, and looking at raw data as a means of getting better, there’s nothing on the market that compares to this rangefinder.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can the Shot Scope PRO Lx+ Laser Rangefinder Be Used in Tournament Play?

Yes, the Shot Scope PRO LX+ laser rangefinder can be used in tournament play, but be aware of accuracy limitations due to lock-on feature issues. It provides a competitive advantage with its slope technology, but check tournament rules beforehand.

How Does the Adaptive Slope Technology Work and How Does It Improve the User Experience?

Adaptive slope technology dynamically adjusts the range for uphill/downhill shots, providing precise distances. It enhances user experience by aiding in accurate target locking and range adjustment. This feature elevates the game for golfers seeking mastery.

Are There Any Tips or Tricks for Improving the Accuracy of Flag-Locking With the Rangefinder?

Improving accuracy and flag-locking with a rangefinder involves a firm grip, steady hands, and aiming at the flag’s base. User experiences vary, but adaptive slope technology aids in better yardage calculations. Customer feedback values technique over tricks.

How Does the Rangefinder Perform at Distances Closer to the Maximum 900 Yard Range?

At max 900-yard range, the rangefinder performs well, providing accurate readings. Close-range performance is precise, but improving accuracy on flag-locking is crucial. With x7 magnification and adaptive slope tech, it’s a solid choice for golfers seeking reliable shot tracking.

What Are the Most Common Customer Complaints and Praises for the Shot Scope PRO Lx+ Laser Rangefinder?

You wouldn’t believe the mixed bag of customer feedback I’ve encountered! Product performance issues range from malfunctions and inaccurate readings to positive experiences like improved scores and helpful customer service.


I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, I’m all for incorporating technology in the spirit of getting better at golf. The Shot Scope Pro LX + takes that sentiment to a whole other level with it’s array of functions, modes, and capabilities.

If you’re of the tribe that there’s never such a thing as too much data in the name of improvement, this rangefinder is for you.

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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