Bushnell’s Patriot Pack isn’t just a way for the company to continue its support of the Folds of Honor Foundation to honor the families of veterans, it’s also gets you the full package for the company’s new Tour V4 rangefinders.
The Patriot Pack includes the Tour V4 or the Tour V4 Slope, a carrying case and a silicone protective sleeve in either red or blue. The Tour V4 offers a faster processor than the previous Tour V3 and features a more ergonomically compact size (30 percent smaller than its predecessor). The V4 Slope model includes a function that determines a calculated distance based on the topography. That function can be turned off to make the rangefinder permissible under the rules of golf in competitions where distance measuring devices are allowed. That revision was added to Rule 14-3 beginning this year. The Tour V4 Patriot Pack ($300) and the Tour V4 Slope Patriot Pack ($400) are available now.
Bushnell announced this week its 2015 contributions to the Folds of Honor Foundation totaled $259,788. That brings its contributions since 2010 to more than $1.2 million. The Folds of Honor Foundation provides educational scholarships to the wives and children of veterans killed or disabled during U.S. military service.