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Re: Golf Sunglasses 6 years 8 months ago #76249

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Sundog Mela Lens are the way to go. Help with green reading and keep everything clear. Amazing to look into the clouds and see them defined
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Re: Golf Sunglasses 6 years 8 months ago #76250

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GolfLife wrote:
Peakvision glasses are the only way to go. Only sunglasses you dont take off while you putt. They actually help you read the greens better.

Send me a pair to try then Trav, I could use some after my lack of putting skill yesterday!
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Re: Golf Sunglasses 6 years 8 months ago #76255

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Can't help. I don't like to wear the ones I have when golfing, probably a mental thing but they seem distracting, seem to interfere with my field of vision and make me think I am better off not wearing them.
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I've always worn Oakleys. There is no telling how many pairs I've had. I love how you can custom order them now. I do want a pair of Costas but that more for fishing.

Re: Re: Golf Sunglasses 6 years 8 months ago #76259

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Jrblack17 wrote:
Sundog Mela Lens are the way to go. Help with green reading and keep everything clear. Amazing to look into the clouds and see them defined

I have some and they aren't cutting it for me. The clarity is nice but they still mess up my depth perception.
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Guess I don't get the sunglasses problem with golf?
I play with sunglasses every round...I know the pro's like to take them off to help read the greens, but I don't seem to have an issue with it.
Granted, I don't play golf for a living.

Is depth perception such a problem when wearing sunglasses?
Do you not wear them when you drive? It doesn't affect you when you drive a car? just a golf ball???

Just curious...
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