Yes, we all want
to look good during our outdoor activities but that should
be a secondary consideration when selecting a pair of quality
sunglasses that have been designed specifically for golfers.
Here are some of the more important game play issues that
a golfer needs to consider:
Overall Vision – In
order to reduce eye fatigue the golfer needs sunglasses
that will block those bright harmful UV rays that will be
coming from above and at the same time enhance the lower
field of view like the fairway and greens. Many sunglasses
tackle at least one of these issues effectively but a golfer's
goal needs to be to locate sunglasses that deal with all
of his golf specific issues giving better upper and lower
field of views.
Lens Color – The average
golfer is going to need sunglasses for an entire range of
light conditions. Golfers often face early and late day
low light conditions as well as brightest mid-day conditions
possible. Choosing the right color lenses can be critical
in handling these possibilities. Interchangeable lenses
can be that subtle advantage we're looking for.
Frame Styles – Golfers
need sunglasses that will enhance their vision but at the
same time not be something that they should have to think
about during their round of golf. What that means is that
a golfer needs well designed lightweight frames with no
part of the glasses frame distracting from the field of
vision. The best quality golf sunglasses must be lightweight
incorporating strength and an unimpeded vision design. Don't
forget to look for a non-slip fit.