Just as we protect our skin, High Performance Golf Sunglasses act as sunscreen for your eyes. While most golfers wisely protect their skin from harmful rays, many leave their vision unguarded. Summer is the perfect time to make a habit of wearing golf-specific specs. They’ll protect you from dangerous rays, sharpen your field of vision and reduce eyestrain, allowing you to play your best in comfort.
Not sure what is the best style frame, color lens, polarized or non polarized?
The non-polarized lens boosts the contrast between shadows and highlights while polarized lenses cut glare from highly reflective surfaces. Grass is not highly reflective so polarized lenses could actually reduce your ability to see undulations and other details. Rule of thumb is to keep the polarized sun-wear for the boat or driving while high contrast non-polarized sun-wear is preferred for golf, flying and tennis.
Color options include gray for low reflection, green to brighten shadows, amber to cut reflected brightness, and purple to help whites and greens pop. If you are a golfer who enjoys playing during the different times of the day a pair of frames that the lenses can be easily changed would be the most user friendly for all types of conditions.