How much does it cost? And how does it perform? Tom Bullough has the low down on the Shot Scope Pro L2 laser

With a wide range of lasers and watches available on the market at the moment, it may be difficult to know which is right for you. Shotscope has recently released the compact Shotscope Pro L2. This is the updated version from the Pro L1 and has an extremely good price point of £149.99.

Shot Scope Pro L2 Laser review: NCG Summary

Shot Scope Pro L2 laser review
4 star review

Shot Scope’s recent release is the Pro L2, understandably by the name this is an updated version of the popular Pro L1. A small compact piece of equipment which offers a lot of technology and really quick and accurate distances.

The slope feature is particularly insightful and really made me question some of my previous club choices.


  • Perfect entry level laser
  • Small and compact
  • Easy to store, magnet and clip


  • None

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First Impressions

My first impressions of the Pro L2 were positive. I like the simple design and it couldn’t be any easier to set up. It comes with a waterproof carry case that can be clipped onto your bag with ease. It also features a handy built-in cart magnet that could be attached to the buggy you’re playing on. It felt comfortable to hold and even in the wet conditions the grip was great thanks to the enhanced anti-slip rubber grip. 

Shot Scope Pro L2 laser review

On course testing

Like most lasers in the market, the Pro L2 comes equipped with adaptive slope technology, target lock vibration and a range of up to 700 yards. I found it particularly easy scoping out and getting fast accurate distances in a range of different situations. This is thanks to the rapid-fire detection and target lock vibration which gave me good assurance on the yardage for my intended target.

Shot Scope Pro L2 laser review

The slope technology was particularly useful for the hilly golf course I was playing during testing, it really helped me with my club selection when seeing the difference elevation was making to the yardages! Usefully, this option can be switched off if you are playing competitively to ensure you conforming to the rules of golf. 

The 19th Hole

Overall, I was really impressed with the Shotscope Pro L2. It has a nice simple design and is nice and simple to store on your cart or attach to your bag. It is fantastic value for money and is ideal for those wanting to not break the bank to add to their golfing armoury. 

Shot Scope Pro L2 Laser review: The Details

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RRP: £149.99

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Tom Bullough

Tom is a former professional rugby player (not that he likes to be defined by it) turned avid golfer. Who once went viral on twitter for a very impressive display of the shanks. He loves all things equipment and is often caught in the office eyeing up yet another driver. He plays off a handicap of 15.6 which he doesn't like reminding rounds up to 16.

Handicap: 15.6

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