This affordable, popular rangefinder is on sale for an additional $70 off

The Blue Tees Golf Series 3 Max Rangefinder comes in three colors.

The Blue Tees Golf Series 3 Max Rangefinder comes in three colors.


This year’s unusually warm temperatures mean lucky golfers have had a chance to squeeze in early season rounds well before their handicap seasons actually open. (One course owner recently told me they are on pace for 5,000 golfers this year before they even hit 2023’s opening date.)

In other words, there’s lots of bonus golf going on right now, which also means the “real” season for millions of golfers is right around the corner and it’s now a perfect time to get your gear ready and stock up on essentials.

And of course, one of the most important essentials is a rangefinder — especially for those of you who lost yours last year after leaving it fastened to that magnetic post on the golf cart.

But here’s the good news: This popular model is $70, just in time for golf season to really kick into gear.

The Blue Tees Golf Series 3 Max Rangefinder is originally $270, but it’s currently on sale at Fairway Jockey for $199. It comes in three colors — white, black and navy blue — and with a waterproof case.

It’s got everything you’d need in a rangefinder — a slope switch, clear display, advanced flag lock (up to 900 yards) and pulse vibration. It also has the handy magnetic strip to slap onto your aforementioned golf-cart post (but again, just don’t leave it there). But the best part? That’s the price. Click the link below to browse the colors and buy your own.

Blue Tees Golf Series 3 Max Rangefinder

$199.98 (was 270)
  The Series 3 Max rangefinder offers our most advanced software, next-generation design, ultra-premium materials, and a custom weather-proof case. Bringing Active Slope Switch Technology, Crystal Clear Display, Built-in Magnetic Strip, Advanced Flag Lock + Pulse Vibration, Auto-Ambient Tech, and more – all for a fraction of the cost compared to the competition.
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