Santa Fe Springs, CA — GOLFBUDDY is excited to announce that PGA Tour Professional Dylan Frittelli will be using the AIM L10 laser rangefinder during the 2021 PGA Championship.
“Kiawah Island is certainly going to be a challenge for all this week. But having my GOLFBUDDY AIM L10 has helped me dial in my yardages,” said South African native Dylan Frittelli. “The L10 is easy-to-use and I can trust my numbers having double-checked them against my yardage book.”
The 2021 PGA Championship will be held at Kiawah Island’s Ocean Course from May 20th – 23rd. This will be the first major to allow the use of DMD during competition.
Frittelli will tee off Thursday morning from the 1st tee at 7:11 a.m., and Friday afternoon from the 10th tee at 12:36 p.m.
The Kiawah Ocean Course will officially be the longest PGA Championship in terms of scorecard yardage, which plays into Frittelli’s strength off of the tee. Dylan is currently ranked 13th in average driving distance at over 310 yards.
“Obviously accuracy matters when I am on the golf course,” said AIM Ambassador Dylan Frittelli. “If I am looking for a number in a tournament, I want to know it’s correct. With GOLFBUDDY, I can definitely trust that those numbers are true.”
All of the lasers offered by GOLFBUDDY are approved for tournament play, as stated by the USGA and R&A.
“Many players are worried about their tournament mode buttons switching to the ‘on/slope’ position,” said Frittelli. “I have no worries with the easy use of the GOLFBUDDY AIM L10.”
GOLFBUDDY has been known as a true pioneer in both GPS and laser rangefinder technology. GOLFBUDDY carries a full variety of products for the following categories: Voice GPS, Wearable GPS, and Laser Rangefinders.
GOLFBUDDY’s tagline, “Accuracy Matters” is a major focus for all players and is reflected in every single product.