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If you have been searching for a rangefinder, chances are you have seen an ad for a Blue Tees Series 2 Pro Rangefinder. The marketing from the Blue Tees brand is quite strong. They have created some relationships with professionals and celebrities to promote the Blue Tees brand. If you are wondering if the product can support all of this strong marketing, we have all the information you need.

CG Score - Overall
4.5
First Impression
4.7
Features
4.2
Optics & Accuracy
4.5
Price & Value
4.6

Pros

  • Precise measurements, especially from 200 yards and in 
  • Slope measurement 
  • Can easily turn slope off 
  • Long range capability up to 800 yards 
  • Accuracy of +/- 1 yard 
  • Flag lock technology 
  • Water-resistant casing
  • Magnetic strap to help attach to the cart 
  • Fits well in the palm of your hand

Cons

  • No built-in magnetic strip in the Series 2 Pro 
  • Functionality is not that much different than other value brand rangefinders

Blue Tees Series 2 Pro Review Overview

When I received the Blue Tees Series 2 Pro, I was quite impressed with the unboxing experience and how impressive this overall product is presented. In fact, for the pricing, the unboxing experience feels more like a premium product. If a new golf gadget easily hypes you up, this one will do the trick. The performance of the product on the course is just as good. The rangefinder has a long range, vibration lock, and slope functionality.

Blue Tees Series 2 Pro: Features and Benefits

The Blue Tees Series 2 Pro features all of the basic functionality that you would expect from a rangefinder. In addition, the durability and speed of the Series 2 from Blue Tees are quite good. Overall, customers will be impressed with the value and technology the Series 2 has to offer.

Accuracy From 800 Yards

Personally, I have never hit an 800-yard shot truly I’ve never needed yardage outside of about 230 yards, but this is a nice functionality to have. When you are playing a golf course for the first time, the long range can make it easier to see what you have ahead of you. 

I wouldn’t buy this rangefinder because of the long range capacity, but it is an excellent overall feature.

Slope Technology

I found the slope technology on the Blue Tees Series 2 Pro to be accurate. From 100 to 200 yards, it seemed to be accurate to within one yard. From less than 100 yards, I found it to be directly on. Something like a Bushnell or Nikon may give you a bit more accuracy, but the pricing will be double what the Blue Tees Series 2 is.

Blue Tees Rangefinders in palm of hand

Vibration Lock

The vibration lock technology is helpful for those who struggle with locking in on a target. The Blue Tees Series 2 will offer vibrating pulses to let you know you have found your target. The technology is not visual jolt, so you can’t see that you have hit the target; just pay attention to the feel of the rangefinder, and it is rather accurate. 

Durability 

Many of the features of the Blue Tees Series 2 are similar to value brand golf rangefinders; however the casing seems a bit more durable. With durability like this, you will have no trouble keeping this rangefinder in the bag for a few years. The cover is water resistant, we would not drop it in a bucket of water, but if you run into a rain shower, you should not lose functionality.

Magnetic Strip Included 

Unfortunately, the magnetic strip on the Blue Teese Series 2 Pro comes as an attachment, and it is not built in. Overall we found the functionality of the strip to be good, but the fact that it is not built feels like kind of an afterthought. If you are a stickler for good magnetic technology in a rangefinder, this is may be a hangup. 

Direct To Consumer 

The Blue Tees Series 2 is something that you’re less likely won’t find in a golf shop. This company’s model is an eCommerce first approach that will sell directly to the consumer. While it can be annoying to not find it ina. store, by eliminating the middle man in the buying process, golfers can expect to save quite a bit of money. The Series 2 Pro seems to be fairly priced, all things considered.

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Who Should Buy The Blue Tees Series 2 Pro Rangefinder?

Now that you have an idea of what helps the Blue Tees Series 2 Pro stand out, it’s time to figure out which golfers should be using this rangefinder. The pricing of the Blue Tees Series 2 Pro is fair, making it one of the best values on the market. 

  • The golfer with a tight budget: The Blue Tees Series 2 Rangefinder is a great option for impressive technology on a budget. Blue Tees is a direct-to-consumer model, so you will pay a bit less money than some of the other brands that mark their product up to sell it in a golf shop. 
  • Golfers that have never had a rangefinder: If you have never had a rangefinder before, the functionality, features, and even the slope technology can open your eyes to the benefits of a laser rangefinder. Those that are new to rangefinder technology may not need all the bells and whistles of a premium priced rangefinder. 
  • The mid-handicap golfers: Many golfers get a bit carried away with the information they need before they can swing a club back and actually hit a shot. Mid handicap players especially struggle with overcomplicating things. The Blue Tees Series 2 Pro makes club selection simple. You can get a quick yardage, have confidence it is accurate, and then swing with authority. 

Is The Blue Tees Series 2 Worth It?

The Blue Tees Series 2 is worth the money. This is an affordable model with great accuracy, quick readings, and some durability built-in. Investing in a Blue Tees Series 2 is smart for the average golfer who wants to hit the ball closer to the hole. The fact that Blue Tees sells directly to the player helps ensure that the pricing for this unit stays fair. I would like to see a couple of improvements, namely a built-in magnet, but if you aren’t quite ready for the high-end golf rangefinders on the market but want accuracy Blue Tees is a good option.

Brittany Olizarowicz

Brittany Olizarowicz

Britt has close to 30 years of experience in the game of golf. She has played college golf, turned professional and worked as a Class A teaching professional, and has years of writing experience. Her passion is for sharing what she knows about the game and helping others succeed. If Britt is not writing catch her on the golf course as she still loves to play golf several days a week.

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