Shot Scope PRO L1 Laser Rangefinder

By Jason Bruno

Are you in the market for a new laser rangefinder, but don’t wanna spend $400 to get all of the bells and whistles? Shotscope’s PRO L1 features a boatload of the latest technology, and at $199 it won’t break the bank. We spent several rounds testing Shot Scope’s new laser…

Pro L1 features a compact and simple design, textured top and bottom sections for a non-slip grip, the small horizontal switch initiates the slope feature

Does your rangefinder offer dual-colored optics? Our testers loved the visuals on the RED distance readings.

Mode and power button are properly positioned right at your fingertips.

Shot Scope PRO L1 Product Details:

Red and black dual optics

Adaptive Slope technology

Target-Lock Vibration

Distances in yards or meters

Range 875 yards

X6 magnification

Precision clear lens

Adjustable eyepiece

Accurate to 0.1 yard


Conforms to the Rules of Golf

12 month limited warranty

Replaceable CR123 battery

Carry case, cleaning cloth, lanyard and clip included

Case and battery included

Testing: The Shot Scope Pro L1 provides a very quick target response on any object including bunkers, trees, and locking in on flagsticks. The red display reading is a feature that makes this device stand out among value priced rangefinders. Easy function with all buttons and switches – which are exactly where they need to be. The on-course experience with the PRO L1 was as easy as can be.


  • Target-lock vibration
  • Quick readings and responses to targets
  • Fantastic optics especially the RED option
  • Slope function.
  • A whopping 875 yards of distance reading range!
  • Long battery life
  • Value


  • Lightweight plastic feel – durability (blue trim on casing scuffed easily just from being kept in the cart cup holder ).
  • Molded plastic textured grip sections aren’t up to standard when compared to leading competitors.

Summary: Overall, the Shot Scope L1 laser rangefinder is a very impressive device in the value category. Shot Scope seized on a section of the marketplace that was somewhat untapped (offering slope, target-lock vibration, and red optics in the $200 range. The only option missing from the L1 is a magnet for cart mounting. Might be the best value in the golf distance measuring industry – A device worthy of acquiring. (MSRP of $199).

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