Why Golf Sunglasses?

Golfing is a difficult game. It takes focus, concentration, and the right tools for your job! Our customers have told us that when they wear the right golf sunglasses their scores improve more often than not because they can see better.

Golf sunglasses are designed to reduce glare and improve your vision while playing. Many players find they can “read” the greens easier. Plus, most quality sunglasses help protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful UV rays and reduce eye fatigue.

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Reduce Eye Fatigue

Squinting into the sun can easily cause your eyes to dry and feel tired. And, you’re certainly not at your best when suffering from eye fatigue. Instead, give your eyes some relief by wearing polarized sunglasses. They block the sun’s glare which threatens our squint-free view of the tee and helps you keep your focus on the fairway rather than that dreadful rough.

Light Optimized Lenses

The light conditions are very different when you’re swinging that club at 7 AM versus later in the afternoon. Fortunately, golf sunglasses come in a variety of different lens colors that can help optimize your vision during those different tee times. Wear a pair of sunglasses with Yellow lenses for early morning games to brighten your view. Wear medium to dark Gray or Brown lenses for afternoon tee times which perform best in medium to bright light.

Impact Resistant

Golf may not be a contact sport, but if you’ve ever come into contact with an errant tee shot, it certainly feels like it is! Several models of our golf sunglasses actually meet U.S. Military eyewear ballistic impact requirements, helping you stay safer on the course. Check out our Edge Dawson Sunglasses line to attain this recommended level of protection.

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Comfortable and Lightweight

After wearing sunglasses for a few hours, do you ever notice the top of your nose or side of your ears hurting? If you have, you shouldn’t! Quality golf sunglasses, like our Venture Gear Tensaw, feature comfortable and lightweight materials that also place emphasis on not sliding from your face as you concentrate on your swing.

Wearing the right pair of sunglasses is just one of the many tried and true tips to improve your game, and we’ve heard from golfers that wearing sunglasses with the right lens tint is a difference.

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