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
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
round of golf. What that means is that a golfer needs well designed lightweight frames
with no part of the glasses frame distracting from
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.