Not just for professionals – beginners with medium and high handicaps can also benefit enormously from using a golf laser. Knowing the correct distance boosts self-confidence during a game and makes it easier to choose the right club. In the Pinmaster II Pro, the Leica First-Target Logic has been improved even further. This eliminates the need for a second measurement, saving you time and allowing you to fully focus on your game.
Angle Compensated Distance™ (ACD) is the perfect extra for your daily practice at the driving range or when playing a round on the course. The Leica Pinmaster II takes sloping terrain into account to provide a second distance corrected for the slope. But ACD™ has much more to offer: When calculating the corrected distance, the Leica Pinmaster II takes not only the slope of the terrain into account, but also the distance-dependent trajectory of the golf ball.
Improved Leica First-Target Logic
In the new Leica Pinmaster II Pro, we have improved what was already perfect. With improved Leica First-Target Logic, you can completely rely on your measurement. If you are not certain if you have measured the distance to the right target, the Leica Pinmaster II Pro gives you a little signal when First-Target Logic has been successfully applied. If you have measured the distance to the pin, and not the tree behind it, the readout responds with rapid flashing. This saves you the time of taking a second measurement to be sure and lets you concentrate fully on your game. This visual feedback naturally also functions when using ACD™ technology.
Approved for Handicap Rounds
A golf laser is not only an essential tool for players with single-digit handicaps. Beginners with medium or high handicaps in particular can enjoy the enormous benefits of a golf laser. Knowledge of the right distance brings a lot more certainty and confidence during a round and makes club selection much easier. Beginning in 2016, all golf lasers that allow electronic deactivation of the angle-corrected distance are approved for use in handicap rounds – and that is precisely the case with the Leica Pinmaster II Pro. Alongside the ability to switch the readout from meters to yards, the menu also displays the “ACD on/off” option.