When one is considering the rangefinder, lens and tripod a golf player should be thinking of how to store this gear for future use. One way that this can be done is by making a trophy gear organization. What is a trophy? It is a memento, or keepsake, that can be presented to members of a club as a reward for a quality round of golf. The trophy can range from anything, such as a full rangefinder, to a club’s best round of golf, or to a shot that won the tournament.
So, what type of golf bag organizer should one look for? Many consider a golf bag organizer to be a golf clubs set organizer. The type of golf clubs that are stored will vary, but some common ones that are kept together are the driver, putter, sand trap, putting trainer and the like. The golf clubs are usually stored in a cylindrical shape. Some consider an oval to be golf clubs set organizer.
What happens to the golf clubs when one uses a golf bag organizer? They are stored using a special kind of hinge, so they do not get lost. Then, some golf clubs may not necessarily be suited for all the golf gear. A golf organizer is used to ensure that the clubs remain together, and do not fall out. This is done by putting hooks on the handle so that they hang together.
There are several products available for one’s use. The most popular are the Trophy X Ray and the Trophy Extreme laser rangefinder. These two products have been rated highly by those users who have purchased them. The Trophy X Ray has been rated as the best product by three different testers, who were awarded their top rating of five stars. The Extreme laser rangefinder was awarded four stars.
The Trophy Extreme laser rangefinder was given the highest rating by a publication that rates products that are awarded either a gold, silver, or bronze star. These are the most widely used rangefinder models in the United States and are used at many other sporting goods stores. It should be noted, however, that the Trophy Extreme laser rangefinder did not score as well, perhaps because it was missing some important features. It is probably not the best rangefinder to purchase for a golfer with a short swing speed.
The gold star rating goes one further by awarding the trophies to the models which were judged to be the best of the best. The trophy is awarded to the golf equipment model which meets the manufacturer’s specification. The trophies can also be awarded based on user reviews. Many professional golfers will rate the trophy models with a four-star rating, so these would also be the models to which the best comments are given. This system may differ slightly from the one used for evaluating laser rangefinders.
The trophyxtreme laser rangefinder performed better than its competitors in both its price and product ratings. Its three-year warranty and full money back guarantee impressed consumers. A more recent competitor, the Barrett Propelling Grabbers, did not receive favorable reviews, though, perhaps due to higher priced options. Overall, however, the Barrett Propelling Grabbers performed better, especially in terms of product ratings and warranty.
The final chapter of this review covers the price, which was not evaluated due to limited consumer input. At over two hundred dollars, the trophy xtreme laser rangefinder was the most expensive of the three tested models. The other two performed comparably in terms of pricing. Some consumers expressed the concern that the relatively high cost might inhibit the accessibility of the model, especially if the user did not have a generous credit line. In addition, the fact that the light emitted by this laser rangefinder is a dual wavelength produced an orange glow in some users, a result of the dual wavelengths hitting the target at precisely the same moment, which some find distracting.